Craighead County Community Foundation 

Barbara Weinstock, Executive Director 
407 Union Street 
Jonesboro, AR 72401 
870-761-1117 (c)

Craighead County Community Foundation is your local philanthropic resource, connecting charitably inclined individuals with the needs of their community.

Our mission is to engage people, connect resources and inspire solutions that build Craighead County, so that this is the kind of community in which our children want to raise their children. Please contact us to learn how we can help you be part of this mission.

Local Board Members

2019-2020 Board of Directors

Melissa Ayers

Craig Boone

Al Brodell

Joan Cash

Jennifer Clack

Susan Garner

Gina Gomez

Bill Harrison

Asad Khan

Amberly Knowlton-Hayes

Brookshield Laurent

Roger McNeil

Whitney Pardew

Kim Provost

Steve Rockwell

Warren Shull

Jennifer Smith

Alan Tweddell


Caroline Cameron

Ruby Chittenden

Andy Peeler

Skip Smith

Peggy Stripling


Grant Opportunities

Apply for Giving Tree Grants

Through our signature Giving Tree Grant Program, the Community Foundation supports a broad range of projects with the potential for statewide impact and programs serving immediate local needs.  

The application period will open on July 10 and close on August 15.  Our average grant size is $600 to $5,000. 


Scholarship Opportunities


Search and apply online starting February 1 Most applications are due April 1

2019 Flyer.pdf

Stories of Impact

Give Where You Live

We are continually working on ways to make Craighead County better for all of its citizens. We are honored to work alongside many groups to make this happen. Two of those include the Beck Pride Center and the Two Saints Kitchen. Two Saints Kitchen provides free hot lunches every Saturday to anyone who wants to come. This is a joint ministry of two Jonesboro churches—St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and St. Paul United Methodist Church. It has grown to feeding an average of 50 people each week and serves a vital role in addressing the hunger problem in our community. Derek Barker and his service dog, Nika, are grateful to Paws4Vets for bringing them together. Nika has saved Derek from an inability to function in the face of debilitating night terrors, isolation and episodes of disassociation following five deployments in Iraq and Afganistan. CCCF is grateful to the Sloan Rainwater Endowment for enabling us to support this vitally important support work for returning veterans through the Beck PRIDE Center (


Our affiliate offices work locally in every corner of Arkansas. Find the affiliate near you.

Giving Locally


Phone: (501) 372-1116
Fax: (501) 372-1166
Email Us


5 Allied Drive
Suite 51110, Building 5, 11th Floor
Little Rock, AR 72202

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