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Philanthropy 2014: What your dollars can do 

Teach a man to read. Help a disabled kid enjoy life. Repair a river. Help the homeless. And more.

Philanthropy in Arkansas
Better times, increased giving.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

At Aldersgate, kids are kids
Not diagnoses.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Apathy vs. empathy
Lucie's Place brings help and hope to LGBT homeless.
by David Koon

Restoring the Little Red, and more
The Nature Conservancy at work in Clinton, other parts of Arkansas.
by Benjamin Hardy

Learning the ABCs
It's never too late, new reader, 66, says.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Bowen takes the price tag off justice
With legal clinic.
by David Koon

'The perfect storm for success'
How an afterschool program changed the life of one kid from Wrightsville.
by Benjamin Hardy

Arkansas foundation giving
Major gifts of 2013.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Top foundations 2013
The following figures are based on tax form 990 information filed by the foundations. Audited numbers may be slightly different.

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