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Here were rank foundations by grants.



Contributions $1 million and above

Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation (Bentonville), $303,552,386 (2003)

Walton Family Foundation, $106,902,909 (2003)

Walker Charitable Foundation Trust (Springdale), $35,507,921 (spent the trust)

Windgate Charitable Trust (Fayetteville), $12,546,098

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation,, $8,908,129

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust, $5,012,284*

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, $4,718,220

Arkansas Community Foundation,, $2,777,600

Horace C. Cabe Foundation (Texas), $2,053,443

Harvey and Bernice Jones Center for Families,, $1,810,000** (2003)

Schmeiding Foundation (Springdale), $1,592,092 (2003)

Murphy Foundation (El Dorado), $1,461,363

ABC Foundation (Little Rock), $1,357,453

Glass Family Foundation (Bentonville), $1,252,000

Trinity Foundation (Pine Bluff), $1,118,700


Contributions $300,000 and above

Soderquist Family Foundation (Rogers), $654,339 (2003)

Ross Foundation (Arkadelphia), $538,296

Tyson Foundation (Springdale), $558,977 (2003)

Stella Smith Charitable Trust, $679,209 (2003)

Olds Foundation (Amity), $551,506

Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation, $515,000

R.E. Wilson Trust (Wilson), $442,700

Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust, $435,958

Union County Community Foundation, $387,911



*Supports Winrock International and the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

**Supports the Jones Center for Families






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