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Philanthropic dollars for Arkansas in 2011-2012 

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The Walton Family Foundation gave $1.4 million to the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville.

The Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation gave $1.2 million to the Walton Arts Center and $1 million to Crystal Bridges, the second toward its $10 million pledge.

Other museum support

The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation made a $7.8 million grant to the Mid-American Science Museum, a grant matched by pledges of $1.7 million, including $520,000 from the Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission. The grant will be provided over five years.

The Walton Family Foundation gave $906,761 to the Peel Compton Foundation.

Athletics

The Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation made two grants of $625,000 in 2011 and 2012 toward a $2.5 million pledge to Razorback athletics.

Conservation

The Walton Family Foundation gave $761,086 to the Arkansas chapter of the Nature Conservancy.

The Windgate Foundation gave $500,000 to the Arkansas chapter of the Nature Conservancy (2011).

Foundation support

The Walton Family Foundation gave $209 million to the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation, $4 million to the Walmart Associates in Critical Need Fund, $1.5 million to the Foundation for the Mid South and $1.3 million to the Endeavor Foundation, a community foundation in Springdale.

The Winthrop Rockefeller Trust gave $4.45 million to the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation.

The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation gave $4 million to the Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation, which includes prize money for competitions in Arkansas, Nevada and Oklahoma.

The Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation gave $1,345,081 to the Arkansas Community Foundation.

The Care Foundation gave $510,165 to the Endeavor Foundation.

Public policy

The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation gave $286,000 to the Arkansas Public Policy Panel and $259,000 to the Migration Policy Institute to update a profile of immigrants in Arkansas.

Other gifts

The Walton Family Foundation gave $4.5 million to Camp War Eagle, $1.5 million to Southern Bancorp Community Partners and $1 million to the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission.

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