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Ability Tree: Coming alongside families of children, teens, and adults with special needs through recreation, education, support, and training (R.E.S.T.).

Addy Joy’s Hope Foundation: Addy Joy’s Hope Foundation is a small, but growing foundation on a mission to end the pediatric brain cancer known as DIPG. We plan to do this by funding research into finding a cure for DIPG, raising awareness of DIPG, and supporting families who currently have loved ones fighting DIPG.

Arisa Health: We are Arkansas' largest and most comprehensive nonprofit provider dedicated to behavioral healthcare. Recognized and certified by the Arkansas Department of Human Services and CARF-accredited, we proudly serve as the safety net for those most in need, offering evidence-based care that makes a meaningful impact in our communities. Our mission is clear: to lead with exceptional care that nurtures health and well-being for all. Come alongside us as we strive to create a healthier future for everyone.

Arkansas Support Network: The Arkansas Support Network believes that every person, regardless of society’s perceptions of their disabilities, deserves the right to live in a loving home and a welcoming community. The Arkansas Support Network works hard every day to make that vision a reality for the more than 900 individuals and families we support in Northwest Arkansas

Arkansas Chapter of the Brotherhood for the Fallen: Our mission is to send at a minimum two uniformed State, County, or City Police Officers to every funeral in which a law enforcement officer was murdered in the line of duty in the United States. The Officers will attend the funerals to provide emotional support to the deceased Officer’s family, respective department, and the community they served. The organization will also provide a financial donation to the family to assist in easing the financial burden while they grieve the loss of their loved one(s).

Arkansas’ Toward Zero Deaths: Arkansas’ Toward Zero Deaths program is a statewide awareness campaign led by a multi-agency partnership and supported by funding from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and the Federal Highway Administration. It is part of “Toward Zero Deaths: A National Strategy on Highway Safety”, developed by a national coalition of traffic safety groups as a more organized and comprehensive way to address highway safety.

Courtz Limited Basketball Program: To mentor and educate student-athletes to become leaders in their community through sportsmanship and life skills learned through the sport of basketball

Dustin's Dream In honor of the life of Dustin Chamberlain, conducts international medical mission trips, provides scholarships for students entering the field of healthcare, and partners with like-minded organizations to improve the welfare of at-risk families, locally and internationally.

Hugs From Friends: Hugs From Friends encourages children in the United States to create artwork to show support for Ukrainian children and families that have been impacted by the war. We partner with individuals, schools, businesses and community organizations across the United States. We send the artwork to schools, community organizations and humanitarian centers in Ukraine.

Hydrocephalus Association : The mission of the Hydrocephalus Association is to promote a cure for hydrocephalus and improve the lives of those affected by the condition. We will accomplish this by collaborating with patients, caregivers, researchers and industry, raising awareness, and funding innovative, high-impact research to prevent, treat and ultimately cure hydrocephalus.

Neighborhood Life House: Neighborhood Life House exists to build relationships within our community in a safe, Christ-centered environment.

New Beginning Children's Homes: Our mission is to provide foster children in Arkansas a safe and faith centered family atmosphere in which they can heal, grow and be loved while they are working through many difficult life issues. We believe that the Bible teaches us this: Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. James 1:27 NIV

Northwest Arkansas Family Child Care Association: To promote quality child care by providing professional development, mentoring and empowering family child care providers. We sponsor the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) which plays a vital role ensuring children are served nutritious meals and snacks in care settings.

Oasis of Northwest Arkansas: A women's transitional living community that provides safe, supportive housing and resources for women in recovery and their children. At Oasis, we provide food, clothing, shelter, education, and employment opportunities while walking alongside women who are ready to reconstruct their lives. We are dedicated to restoring individuals, rebuilding families, and transforming communities!

OLGA Ministries: OLGA Ministries is a Christian nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading the fierce love of Jesus Christ by empowering the people of Honduras to thrive in their communities. We do this by meeting food and housing needs, providing micro-business opportunities, assisting with healthcare, disaster relief and providing resources to make education possible for orphans, individuals and families.

Ozark Adaptive Sports Association (OZASA): A nonprofit organization that benefits people with physical disabilities in the Greater Northwest Arkansas area who wish to stay physically active. In the weeks and months following diagnosis of severe illness or injury, people are often left wondering: What now? Our goal at OZASA is to find these individuals and show them what IS possible by getting them back on the move and physically active. We strive to build an inclusive community for people with disabilities and offer opportunities for them to compete in sports and have fun!

Perspectability: We’re building an inclusive environment in Northwest Arkansas where neurodiverse adults can choose to live independently, continue their education, experience new opportunities and grow their community.

Remembering Nicholas Foundation: Remembering Nicholas Foundation is an angel ready to help families facing the unexpected loss of an infant and we have three foundational pillars.

  1. Financial Provision - helping families with medical bills, funeral costs, burial expenses, & family counseling.
  2. Emotional Support - guidance on next steps, a hand to hold in the process, & an ear to listen to as they grieve.
  3. Education for Change - providing resources to hospital bereavement programs, SIDS & Safe Sleep Awareness, & petitioning for more regulations around at home childcare in Arkansas in hopes of saving future infant lives.

SLS Community: SLS Community was established to provide neurodiverse adults and their families with essential resources to thrive. Our vision is a “live, work” play” community in south Fayetteville where residential, employment, health and wellness, community, and clinical resources are accessible for neurodiverse adults to reach their full potential. This community will be immersed in a mixed-use development called South Cato Springs that serves NWA and blends a town square, residential neighborhood, and recreational area while cultivating positive interactions between neurodiverse adults and the broader community. As the South Cato Springs project is being developed, SLS Community is focused on scaling its residential service operation, community initiatives, and social opportunities.

SOAR Afterschool Program: Filling the gap between the school day and the work day, SOAR partners with hardworking families to provide a safe and free place for kids to learn, build healthy relationships with peers and adults, and practice the public speaking and leadership skills they'll need for future success.

Sydni Smiles: A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness for childhood cancer, increasing funding for childhood cancer research, and providing support and assistance to families affected by childhood cancer.

The Call: Our mission is to educate, equip and encourage the Christian community to provide a future and a hope for the children in foster care. Our vision is to have no waiting children in Arkansas foster care, but instead to have waiting, Christian families ready to take them in!

The Children’s Safety Center: The Children’s Safety Center empowers children to overcome abuse and begin to trust, hope and heal. The CSC is the only center of it’s kind in Washington County providing direct and immediate services to child abuse victims and their families.

The Joys of Swimming: The Joys of Swimming provides water safety education to save lives and develop lifelong swimmers. We do this through a curriculum available for anyone, anywhere.

Thank You to ALL of our Community Partners