Announcing a new FAUSA leadership position: FAUSA Counselor Liaison, (non-board member appointed by the president). We are fortunate indeed to have eight FAUSA counselors (past presidents) with deep and long connections to FAUSA. The Counselor Liaison will be responsible for keeping in touch with the counselors and contacting them should the board need their assistance…
Welcoming You Home For Over 20 Years
When you join FAUSA, you stay connected to your international life!
FAUSA is the social and philanthropic network for former FAWCO club members and others repatriating to the United States and Canada.
Our members maintain overseas friendships through participation in local and virtual groups, and our annual meeting, while continuing to participate in FAWCO and The FAWCO Foundation activities, teams and boards.
We support those who have repatriated in experiencing the joys, challenges and changes involved in returning home.
We award FAUSA’s Annual Philanthropy Grant to a philanthropic project in the Americas.
We are eligible to apply for The FAWCO Foundation’s Education Awards and propose projects for The FAWCO Foundation’s Development Grants and Target Programs.
Many thanks to everyone who supported FAUSA’s 2022 LUNAFEST film festival benefiting the next Target Project. We are still finalizing the numbers, but we raised approximately $2,200.00 for the Target Project on Environment. Thanks to all who purchased tickets, made donations and joined our film discussion. Special thanks to those who gifted tickets, with Susan…
Have you ever thought that you would like to cruise with FAUSA friends? Now is your chance! All FAUSA and FAWCO members and guests are invited to join us on a seven-night cruise on the Queen Mary 2 Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing. A small donation will be made to FAUSA for every cabin that is booked….
Why Join FAUSA?
When you have lived outside your home country, you see the world through different eyes.
You’ve experienced new perspectives, cultures, languages, foods, traveling and so much more! There can be challenges to this ‘reverse culture shock’...even homesickness for the country you lived in. FAUSA connections can help with this transition.