Public Awareness Campaigns

MOFAS offers our public awareness campaign posters free of charge to organizations in Minnesota. Wall Cling posters are available in 8.5″x11″.

If you would like multiple quantities of our materials, visit our online store to complete your order at Most items are at no cost to organizations serving clients in Minnesota. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Brown at or call 651-917-2370.

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Sarah Brown,
2233 University Ave W Suite 395
St. Paul, MN 55114.
Fax: 651-917-2405


The campaign includes the following messages:
LOVE- For the love of children, don’t drink while pregnant.
HOPE- For a future with hope, don’t drink while pregnant.
JOY- Cherish your bundle of joy. Don’t drink while pregnant.
MOM- Love your body. Love your baby. Don’t drink while pregnant.

Zero alcohol for nine months. There is no safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) are 100% preventable.

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Cherish your bundle of joy. Don't drink while pregnant. mom 8.5 x 11

Public Service Announcements

The following are PSAs created by White Earth Land Recovery Project/Niijii Radio as part of their MOFAS Public Awareness Grant. Inspired by the 2014 MOFAS Public Awareness Campaign LOVE HOPE JOY. View our LOVE HOPE JOY campaign.

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