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Top Arkansas foundations in 2014 

Walton, Windgate and more.

Assets From 2014 tax returns*

Walton Family Foundation, $2,757,142,372

Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation, $625,829,710

Arkansas Community Foundation, $232,785,338

Windgate Charitable Foundation Inc., $230,767,433

Heifer International, $170,365,672

Endeavor Foundation Charitable Support, $150,738,959

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, $145,226,366

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust, $132,234,137

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, $112,102,584

Ross Foundation, $95,497,758

Murphy Foundation, $68,441,292

Horace C. Cabe Foundation, $38,008,619

Tyson Family Foundation, $26,902,564

Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation, $23,706,594

Schmieding Foundation, $23,171,891

Grants From 2014 tax returns

Walton Family Foundation, $379,610,652 ($40,086,718 in "home region")

Windgate Charitable Foundation Inc., $57,836,045 (2014) $37,543,012 (2015)

Heifer International, $51,965,635

Walton Family Foundation, $40.1 million

Arkansas Community Foundation $37,135,520

Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation, $9,239,570

Endeavor Foundation Charitable Support, $5,687,804

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust, $4,600,651

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, $3,201,590

Murphy Foundation, $2,429,279

Tyson Family Foundation, $2,256,000

Horace C. Cabe Foundation, $1,814,380

Schmeiding Foundation, $1,285,788

Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation, $1,065,000

The Ross Foundation, $564,406

* The Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation had not filed its 2014 990 tax form by our deadline and so is not included in this list.

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