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Foundation assets and giving 

The top 15 Arkansas grantmakers, by fair market value, and Arkansas foundations granting more than $1 million, according to 990 form tax filings for 2011.

Fair market value of assets

Walton Family Foundation $1,701,739,894

Walton Charitable Support Foundation $400,346,481

Arkansas Community Foundation $147,339,504*

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust $126,098,474

Care Foundation Inc. $125,955,931

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation $125,737,289

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Inc. $101,094,452

Windgate Charitable Foundation Inc. $98,466,812

Ross Foundation $91,027,842

Murphy Foundation $71,258,377

Horace C. Cabe Foundation $35,680,869 (2010)

The Jesus Fund $35,009,636

Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation Inc. $32,975,286

Tyson Foundation Inc. $27,525,960

The Schmeiding Foundation $23,025,026

Total giving

Walton Family Foundation $487,795,351

Windgate Foundation Inc. $24,620, 615

Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation Inc. $10,249,629

Arkansas Community Foundation $8,689,900

The Jesus Fund $4,910,417

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust $4,516,006

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation $4,166,370

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation $4,054,692

Tyson Foundation Inc. $3,569,908

Care Foundation Inc. $3,266,209

Endeavor Foundation (Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation) $3,225,345

Murphy Foundation $2,726,123

Horace C. Cabe Foundation $1,727,140

Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation $1,396,081

The Schmeiding Foundation $1,071,744

*Assets minus liabilities.

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