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For tax years 2007 and 2008.

Walton Family Foundation, Bentonville

$1,595,597,053 assets      $218,864,851 grants (2007)

$1,948,806,804 assets      $168,874,434 grants (2008)

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

$155,472,214 assets         $10,908,640 grants (2007)

$109,402,741 assets         $1,976,471 grants (2008)

Winthrop Rockefeller Trust

$143,033,969 assets         $15,695,310 grants (2007)

$141,960,026 assets         $10,236,366 grants (2008)

Arkansas Community Foundation

$129,131,177 assets         $7,811,771 grants (2007)

$131,845,004 assets         $7,373,699 grants (2008) 

Care Foundation, Springdale

$144,185,436 assets         $5,043,484 grants (2007)

$96,903,476 assets           $4,734,959 grants (2008)

The Murphy Foundation, El Dorado

$67,602,431 assets           $3,203,480 grants (2007)

$92,619,027 assets           $3,736,852 grants (2008)

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation

$123,427,973 assets         $5,536,000 grants (2007)

$90,314,745 assets           $4,907,710 grants (2008) 

Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation, Bentonville

$76,232,908 assets           $1,615,862 grants (2007)

$77,528,680 assets           $723,275 grants (2008)

Windgate Charitable Foundation, Siloam Springs

$44,911,760 grants            $10,693,354 (2007)

$58,019,043 assets           $9,463,986 grants (2008)

Tyson Family Foundation, Springdale

$32,434,999 assets           $3,008,322 grants (2007)

$24,778,037 assets           $1,242,605 grants (2008)

Charles M. and Joan R. Taylor Foundation Inc.

$23,165,918 assets           $1,015,000 grants (2007)

$23,938,700 assets           $1,115,000 grants (2008)

Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation Inc., Fayetteville

$29,998,756 assets           $3,213,745 grants (2007)

$21,183,038 assets           $2,633,226 grants (2008)

Soderquist Family Foundation, Rogers

$15,026,959 assets           $619,000 grants (2007)

$16,038,954 assets           $666,000 grants (2008)

Olds Foundation, Amity

$16,774,380 assets           $626,834 giving (2007)

$14,841,004 assets           $832,610 grants (2008)

Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust

$14,352,900 assets           $474,029 grants (2007)

$13,399,313 assets           $670,156 grants (2008)

The Schmeiding Foundation Inc., Springdale

$18,599,612 assets           $1,561,270 grants (2007)

$12,928,502 assets           $1,473,375 grants (2008)

Trinity Foundation, Pine Bluff

$16,166,819 assets           $584,200 grants (2007)

$12,630,626 assets           $708,797 grants (2008)

Stella Boyle Smith Charitable Trust 

$18,645,973 assets           $629,916 grants (2007)

$12,008,994 assets             $625,175 grants (2008)

Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation, Springdale

$16,618,228 assets           $2,072,827 grants (2007)

$11,961,873 assets           $1,312,903 grants (2008)

Glass Family Foundation, Bentonville

$10,531,936 assets           $1,583,224 (2007)

$11,707,712 assets           $731,000 grants (2008)

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