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Friends of Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area Inc
Rogers, AR
Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area is a 12,056-acre Arkansas state park in Benton, Carroll, and Madison Counties, Arkansas in the United States. The park was bought in 1979 through a huge financial effort from Northwest Arkansas banks.
Samaritan House Community Center
Rogers, AR
Founded in 2002, Samaritan House Community Center is a human services nonprofit focused on personal social services. It is a mid-sized organization, with $7.5m in revenue and 117 employees. Samaritan House Community Center is headquartered in Rogers, AR and its director is Mickey Rapier as of June, 2018.
Sharing and Caring of Benton County
Bentonville, AR
Founded in 2007, Sharing and Caring of Benton County is a human services nonprofit focused on children & youth services. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.7m in revenue and 10 employees. Sharing and Caring of Benton County is headquartered in Bentonville, AR and its member is Sarah Semrow as of December, 2019.
Care Community Center
Rogers, AR
Founded in 2013, Care Community Center is a human services nonprofit focused on human service organizations. It is a relatively small organization, with $270k in revenue and 3 employees. Care Community Center is headquartered in Rogers, AR and its chairman is Kirk Behling as of December, 2018.
Life Way Christian School
Centerton, AR
Founded in 2008, Life Way Christian School is an education nonprofit focused on secondary & high schools. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.6m in revenue and 110 employees. Life Way Christian School is headquartered in Centerton, AR and its treasurer is Linne Fulcher as of July, 2019.
Museum of Native American History
Bentonville, AR
The Museum of Native American History is a non-profit, handicapped-accessible museum of Native American history and culture in Bentonville, Arkansas. It offers free admission and a small arrowhead scavenger hunt for kids. The museum, founded by David Bogle, officially opened in 2006. It is home to a complete mammoth skeleton as well as the Sweetwater Biface, which is considered to be the thinnest flint artifact found. It houses a large collection of artifacts from across North and South America. The museum offers an experience for visitors that enables them to view multiple tribes throughout history. Starting in the paleo period and lasting up into the late 1800s. The museum doesn't focus on one specific tribe, instead portraying the broader history of Native Americans as a whole.
Childrens Advocacy Center of Bentonco
Little Flock, AR
Founded in 2008, Childrens Advocacy Center of Bentonco is a human services nonprofit focused on child abuse prevention. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.4m in revenue and 21 employees. Childrens Advocacy Center of Bentonco is headquartered in Little Flock, AR and its chairman is Jennifer May-brust as of December, 2019.
Tricycle Theater for Youth
Bentonville, AR
Founded in 2009, Tricycle Theater for Youth is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on cultural & ethnic awareness. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.1m in revenue and 42 employees. Tricycle Theater for Youth is headquartered in Bentonville, AR and its executive director is Paul Savas as of May, 2019.
Arkansas Arts Academy Foundation
Rogers, AR
Arkansas Arts Academy High School is a public charter school located in the small city of Rogers, Arkansas. The school provides secondary education focused on artistic and academic programs for students in grades 7 through 12.
Sheep Dog Impact Assistance
Rogers, AR
Founded in 2009, Sheep Dog Impact Assistance is a human services nonprofit focused on human service organizations. It is a relatively small organization, with $769k in revenue and 3 employees.