The Windrose Nonprofit Group celebrates the good work accomplished by the nonprofit community Arkansas. Here are six organizations with think you should know and how we are improving our state and local communities with through our own efforts.
The purpose of the Wolfe Street Foundation, Inc. is to provide a meeting place for those seeking to recover from their addiction to alcohol and for loved ones and others affected by their addiction. Today, there are more than 40 meetings a week and a variety of special events for those who are participating in these 12-step programs of recovery.
Here is a great read about how AmeriCorps, Legal Aid of Arkansas and a law school education can make a difference to low income residents of Arkansas: A Community of Social Justice Lawyers.
Working in partnership with Northwest Arkansas communities, it is the mission of Rebuilding Together of Northwest Arkansas to preserve and revitalize houses and communities – assuring that low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled, and families with children, live in warmth safety and independence.
Our vision is to create a safe and inviting place where youth, parents, community members, and staff work together to develop practical and emotional supports and opportunities designed to connect and support teens and their families.
Connect…young people to opportunities and resources that will help them so that they may help others.
Support…physical and emotional needs of young people and their families by providing a continuum of care that includes parent education, counseling, and referrals.
The Women’s Foundation of Arkansas is dedicated to improving the economic viability of women and girls through our focused philanthropic efforts in the area of education. We leverage our grant-making to educate women and girls about STEM career fields and life skills. This includes helping women enter the work force at a family sustaining wage and preparing girls for non-traditional careers throughout the state.
Partnering with both state and federal agencies, City of Faith provides a rehabilitation service to individuals needing a second chance. City of Faith has established with their local communities a trust and a bond than will better serve their clients and neighbors. By building a lasting relationship with local employers and outreach opportunities, City of Faith gives their residents the option of change.