Twin Lakes Community Foundation

Twin Lakes Community Foundation was established in 2002 with a $50,000 donation. Our local board members are involved in our community and know where the most urgent needs are.  Since 2003, our Giving Tree has awarded more than $2.67 million in grants.

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

Local Giving Tree Grants Support Nonprofits Working in and for Twin Lakes

The most recent Twin Lakes Giving Tree grants include:

Flippin Public Schools
Calico Rock Elementary School
Yellville-Summit Elementary School
Mountain Home Kindergarten
Arkansas State University - Mountain Home
Bob Davis Veterans Center
North Arkansas Youth Center
School of New Hope
The CALL in Marion County
Twin River Community Living Facility
Yellville Area Food Closet Association
Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry
Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society
Baxter County Library Foundation
Easy K Foundation, Inc.
Marion County Single Parent Scholarship Fund
Ozark Center of Hope
Twin Lakes Literacy Council
Care Center Ministries
Food Bank of North Central Arkansas
Friends of Horseshoe Bend Animals
Volunteer Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic
Flippin Elementary School
BC Imagination Library
Van Matre Senior Activity & Wellness Center
Back Pack Food 4 Kids
Gamma House
Salvation Army of Mountain Home

Grant Cycles

Giving Tree Grants are for general charitable purposes. Nonprofits, schools, government agencies and other charitable organizations serving Baxter, Marion, Fulton and Izard counties may apply. Organizations with a physical presence in our service area are given preference.

Twin Lakes Giving Tree grant applications are accepted Jan. 10 to Feb. 15. Grant amounts range from $500 to $2,000. 

 

Board Members

Nick Coleman

Scott Copeland

Randall Drake

Christy Keirn

Tim Kelly

Deborah Knox

Shawn Lane

Layton Lee

Heather Loftis

Judy Loving

Joe Miles

Marshella Norell

Don Ott

Sam Rhoades

Jodi Strother

Estella Tullgren

Nicole Vaccarella

Marcus Walser

Mike Willard

Sara Zimmerman

President

Twin Lakes Future Fund

What is a Future Fund?

The Twin Lakes Future Fund is a way for young professionals to give back to their communities. It doesn’t take great wealth, and it doesn’t require a huge time commitment. It’s an opportunity for young people to pool their charitable dollars and collectively identify and support charities and causes they care about.

The Twin Lakes Future Fund was started in 2012 by Twin Lakes Community Foundation. The concept of the Future Fund is to educate a younger audience about philanthropy (giving) and engage young leaders. The foundation provides the means and the vehicle to help obtain its mission. An anonymous donor has graciously provided a $5,000 challenge grant to help establish the Future Fund Endowment.

Join Us or Renew Your Membership

Membership dues are $50 annually.

Supporting Member: If you’re over age 49 but would still like to encourage this new generation of Twin Lakes philanthropists, you can support the group by becoming a non-voting Supporting Member with your contribution of $150 or more.

Submit membership dues to:

Twin Lakes Community Foundation
P.O. Box 473
Mountain Home, AR 72654

Write “Twin Lakes Future Fund” in the memo line.

Contact Us

Staff Contact:
Kimberly Jones, Executive Director, Twin Lakes Community Foundation