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Top 25 Arkansas foundations, giving and compensation 

Top 25 Arkansas foundations, giving and compensation*

*to officers, directors and trustees

1. Walton Family Foundation $157,989,927 ('06) ... $1,223,077 ('05)

2. Windgate Charitable Foundation $23,679,033 ... $183,098

3. Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation $15,007,484 ... $58,814

4. Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation $9.3 million ... $496,024

5. Winthrop Rockefeller Trust $6,798,028 ... $188,839

6. Trinity Foundation $6,432,180 ... none

7. Care Foundation Inc., Springdale $5,173,462 ... $197,431

8. Charles A. Frueauff Foundation $5,135,050 ... $523,592

9. Arkansas Community Foundation $4,383,667 ... $290,668

10. Murphy Foundation $2,731,001 ... $8,533

11. Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation $2,181,524 ('05) ... $13,833

12. The Schmieding Foundation $2,082,862 ... $4,000

13. Glass Family Foundation $1,452,678 ... none

14. Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation $1,403,168 ('05) ... none

15. Charles and Joan R. Taylor Foundation Inc. $1,016,000 ... none

16. Stella Smith Charitable Trust $707,046 ... $149,146

17. Union County Community Foundation $659,323 ... none

18. Olds Foundation $626,834 ... $76,000

19. Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust $617,563 ... $103,200

20. Tenenbaum Foundation $565,851 ... none

21. Tyson Foundation $515,929 ... $40,000

22. Robert D. and Barbara Nabholz Charitable Trust $504,000 ... $51,668

23. The Hussman Foundation $357,572 ... none

24. Bob White Memorial Foundation $350,300 ... $8,400

25. Ottenheimer Brothers Foundation $311,904 ... $15,000

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