Clark County Community Foundation

Clark County Community Foundation was founded in 2002 as an affiliate office of Arkansas Community Foundation. We offer opportunities for nonprofits, corporations, families and individuals to protect and invest their charitable dollars in the people and the causes that they care about in Clark County.

Our mission is to engage people, connect resources and inspire solutions for the betterment of all of Clark County. We do this by creating endowment funds, building assets and awarding grants to help meet the needs of the community.

To DONATE to a fund, follow this link to view a complete list of our Clark County funds and endowments.

Local Giving Tree Grants Support Nonprofits working in and for Clark County

The most recent Clark County Giving Tree grants include:

Amity Volunteer Fire Department
Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion Program
Arkadelphia High School JROTC
Arkadelphia Lions Club
CASA of Clark & Pike Counties
Centerpoint School District
City of Arkadelphia
City of Arkadelphia
Clark County 4-H Foundation
Clark County Ecumenical Food Pantry, Inc.
Evergreen Church
Girl Scouts Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma, a
Group Living, Inc.
I Can of Arkansas, Inc.
Lighthouse Ministries
Pregnancy Resource Center for Southwest Arkansas
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Clark Count
Women's Foundation of Arkansas

Grant Cycles

Giving Tree Grants are for general charitable purposes. Nonprofits, schools, government agencies and other charitable organizations serving Clark County may apply. Applications are accepted July 10 to Aug. 15. Our average grant size is $250 to $1,500.

Board Members

Brown Hardman

Judy Harrison


Amy Johnson

Alvin Johnson

Nicole McGough


Alene Sanders

David Sims

Kenneth Taylor

Vice Chair

Larry Thomerson

Llewellyn Terry

Greg Vaderman

Devyn Watson