Welcome to the FASD Trust

The FASD Trust, founded in 2007 by Simon and Julia Brown, is the UK's leading charity providing support for all those affected by FASD, training / information for the professionals and seeking to end alcohol use in pregnancy.  The FASD Trust runs support groups for those affected by FASD across the UK, hosts various professional forums and has a variety of training and other resources for those affected by or interested in FASD.

Please visit our News and Events section which is regularly updated. To go on our mailing list for us to send future editions direct to you, please click here.
 

We hope you will find lots of useful information on this website about FASD and the work of The FASD Trust, but if you have any other questions, please do contact us; we enjoy hearing from you! 

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We are Recruiting

We are Recruiting

Would you like to be part of our team and work / volunteer for The FASD Trust?  We are a small, dynamic, hard working but fun team and we need more help.  We currently have 3 different vacancies available - a paid post in our Oxford head office, a short term voluntary post in our Cornwall office and long term volunteers across the UK. 

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Sizzling Summer Schedule

Sizzling Summer Schedule

We have a sizzling summer schedule lined up for you.  The Northern Ireland and Oxfordshire Support Groups meet on 25 June 2016, but we have picnics, outings, training for teachers, and much more happening this summer - full details here.

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The "Empty Glass" Challenge

The "Empty Glass" Challenge

What caused Julia Brown - who with her husband, Simon, Founded and now runs The FASD Trust - to end up looking like this today?

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Six Simple Ways to Support Us

Six Simple Ways to Support Us

Could you consider supporting us, partnering with us as we expand our reach to help more people affected by FASD? Our work is funded mostly by private donations and some small grants so we have listed out 6 simple ways you can support our work.                                                                                                                           

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Bringing Hope to those affected by FASD