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Accelerate Arkansas

Accelerate Arkansas is a statewide volunteer group of 60 business, professional, and education leaders. Accelerate Arkansas emerged from collaboration in 2003 of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's Taskforce for the Creation of Knowledge-Based Jobs and the leadership of the Arkansas Venture Forum. [Read More]

American Red Cross - Arkansas Region

The Central Arkansas Chapter of the American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers and funded by local charitable contributions, which provides quality education and training to save lives and avert tragedies; aid and assistance to military members and their families; and leadership and technical support to Red Cross chapters throughout the state. The Chapter responds immediately and compassionately to the urgent needs of people devastated by fire and other natural, man-made disasters locally and nationally. [Read More]

Argenta Community Development Corporation

Argenta CDC works to improve the economic vitality, quality of life, and sense of community in targeted neighborhoods through the development of quality housing, the promotion of home ownership, and the stimulation of economic growth [Read More]

Arkansas Advanced Initiative for Math and Science, Inc.

AAIMS works to improve mathematics and science education in Arkansas and to increase college retention/graduation rates by increasing enrollments in Advanced Placement math, science, and English courses, and increasing the number of qualifying scores on AP exams. [Read More]

Arkansas Baptist College

Arkansas Baptist College is a four-year liberal arts institution committed to providing quality educational opportunities to historically underserved people. [Read More]

Arkansas Coalition of Housing & Neighborhood Growth For Empowerment

ACHANGE works to serve as a collective voice promoting quality affordable housing and community economic development throughout Arkansas. [Read More]

Arkansas Community Colleges

The Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges serves the educational needs of two-year college students and the business/industry needs of the State by improving the quality of education and employment skills training to maintain a competitive workforce. [Read More]

Arkansas Community Foundation

Founded in 1976, the Arkansas Community Foundation (ARCF) is Arkansas's only statewide community foundation, and since its inception it has been building philanthropy in Arkansas through its work with donors, nonprofits, and communities. The Foundation works locally through a network of 27 community-based affiliate offices to gain an in-depth understanding of Arkansas's towns and cities, and a statewide perspective on Arkansas's challenges and opportunities. [Read More]

Arkansas Community Institute

The Arkansas Community Institute (ACI) was founded in Little Rock in 1985 to improve housing opportunities in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods in Little Rock. The mission of ACI is to provide asset development opportunities, leadership development, research and advocacy on policies, and education and organizing on barriers to economic empowerment and advancement [Read More]

Arkansas Department of Education

The Arkansas Department of Education strives to ensure that all children in the state have access to a quality education by providing educators, administrators, and staff with leadership, resources, and training. The state's public education system includes 239 school districts serving 465,000 students. [Read More]