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A good year for the arts

UALR, UA-Fort Smith, Walton Arts Center, Children's Museum the beneficiaries.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Arkansas Support Network delivers choice and empowerment
For developmentally disabled people and their families.
by Benjamin Hardy

Working to clear the air
At the Arkansas chapter of the Sierra Club.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Bridging the finance gap for students who are parents
At the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Pulaski County.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Our House: It's more than shelter
Nonprofit helps folks get back on their feet, from working poor to the formerly wealthy.
by Lindsey Millar

A place to belong, for big and little
At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas.
by David Koon

Top Arkansas foundations in 2014
Walton, Windgate and more.

The Arkansas philanthropy honor roll
Major gifts.
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