The National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) recognizes the important role its member jurisdictions play in protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of the public from alcohol’s harms. NABCA is committed to supporting its member jurisdictions in their efforts through its Education and Supplemental Awards, made possible through the NABCA Education Corpus.
NABCA offers each member jurisdiction the opportunity to apply for an Education Award and Supplemental award to enhance and expand activities related to protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of the public and to strengthen their efforts to advance responsible and efficient systems of beverage alcohol sales.
The projects supported through NABCA’s awards fall into four main categories.
These are projects assist member jurisdictions in their regulatory and compliance efforts to prevent illegal sales or irresponsible use of alcohol.
These are projects assist member jurisdictions in monitoring, tracking, assessing and translating health/safety/legislative/regulatory information to educate the public about alcohol-related harms and the necessity for regulation.
These projects assist member jurisdictions in their efforts to collaborate and partner with key stakeholders and fill gaps in resources to advance the public’s understanding of alcohol regulation and its importance.
These projects assist member jurisdictions in their efforts to raise awareness about alcohol-related harms for the public or education efforts for vulnerable groups, including those under the legal drinking age of 21.
For a comprehensive look at how the awards were used each year, download NABCA's Annual Awards Program Reports.