Professional Football Wives Association

PFWA was founded on a mission comprised of three basic tenets: Faith, Family and Football. PFWA's mission is to be a faith based organization that promotes unity and friendship among football wives, fiancées, and girlfriends, that positively redefines the stereotypes of NFL families, and that serves as a support system for women of the NFL. 

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Positive Support System. PFWA is geared towards creating a positive environment in which women of the NFL serve as a support system for one another. From connecting women from different teams to an official magazine, the PFWA will work to create a safe space for women to lean on each other for support.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month  October 2016

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Our Mission

The Professional Football Wives Association (PFWA) is a non-profit organization geared towards improving the well-being of women and children. The organization members consists of wives, fiancées, and girlfriends of men who are current or former players, coaches, and general managers in the National Football League (NFL).

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PFWA is an organization that unified the significant others of men of the NFL was long overdue. The founding members of PFWA wanted to create an organization that served as a network of support for not only player wives but for all the significant others of the NFL men past, present and future. The goal was to eliminate the negative stereotypes of women and families of the NFL and to encourage a faith based fellowship that helped the women transition into the real NFL life.