Developing a Smart Giving strategy often requires the help of a professional advisor. These include, but are not limited to accountants, investment advisors, financial planners, wealth managers and attorneys. If you are a professional advisor in Faulkner County, we will provide free resources and strategies to support the needs of your clients. If you are developing a Smart Giving plan and need help finding a professional advisor who understands the value of the Arkansas Community Foundation, please contact us.
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Grant programs include our annual Giving Tree, Hunger Endowment and Grade Level Reading grants. Additionally, the advisory board supports Venture Task Force grants which take traditional grantmaking to the next level by seeking and identifying outstanding groups in our community who are doing important work in the Aspire data pillars of health, education, families and community.
The grant application process opens January 10 and closes February 15 and grants are awarded in March.
To get more information on available grants, click here.
To setup an account and apply for these grants, click here.
In Faulkner County, we manage the Jon Robbins Memorial Scholarship, the Toad Suck Get Smart Challenge Scholarship, the Charles and Linda Weaver Scholarship, the Phillip Weaver Scholarship and the Anne Pressly Memorial Scholarship. Applications will open in February 2021.
To setup an account and apply for these scholarships, click here.
How to Connect with Us
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Join our 20-year celebration by adding your email to our email list. We will be telling our story, highlighting the people who have made a difference and sharing our vision for funding Faulkner County Forever through people committed to Smart Giving to fund and support the non-profits serving our community. firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us to set up a meeting to have a conversation about who we are, who you are and how we can work together to make an impact in Faulkner County.