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Top 25 Arkansas foundations, by assets 

Top 25 Arkansas foundations by assets

Figures for 2006 except where noted.

1. Walton Family Foundation $1,328,793,250 ('05)

2. Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation $148,645,075

3. Care Foundation Inc., Springdale $144,392,756

4. Winthrop Rockefeller Trust $132,925,910

5. Arkansas Community Foundation $125 million ('07)

6. Charles A. Frueauff Foundation $121,007,900

7. Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation $77,231,743 ('05)

8. Murphy Foundation $64,112,252

9. Windgate Charitable Foundation $43,690,138

10. Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation $30,685,255

11. Tyson Foundation $29,950,614

12. The Schmieding Foundation $21,915,265

13. Charles and Joan R. Taylor Foundation Inc. $21,748,896

14. Olds Foundation $16,774,380

15. Stella Smith Charitable Trust $16,465,068

16. Trinity Foundation $14,314,214

17. Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust $13,933,700

18. Glass Family Foundation $11,608,343

19. Union County Community Foundation $11,304,701

20. Tom J. and Edna Mae Carson Foundation $9,085,085

21. Herbert McAdams II Foundation $9,070,602

22. Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation $8,005,014 ('05)

23. The Hussman Foundation $7,501,437

24. R.E. Lee Wilson Trusts $6,036,601

25. Ottenheimer Brothers Foundation $5,998,647

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