FNA Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are state level groups of FNA members who are interested making a difference related to a specific topic or issue. In order to form a special interest group, there must be at least five interested members. These groups will set goals and objectives related to their focus area and they can initiate projects and activities to meet their stated goals. Members may join multiple SIG's. SIG's are able to apply for funding for projects and activities. The formation of new active SIG's is encouraged. Most meetings will occur by conference call unless determined otherwise by the group.