Historically, the number of hungry people in our community increases in the fall. The Salvation Army is committed to help ensure that no one who is hungry will be turned away from a warm, home-cooked meal.
Restoration Village is Northwest Arkansas' faith-based, long-term crisis shelter for women and children. They work to restore hope and break the cycle of abuse for women and children in crisis by providing safe shelter and life-changing services.
Celebrate Recovery is a ministry where all are welcome to gather together to find hope and healing from Jesus for life's hurts, habits, and hang-ups.
When Daymara decided to create a place for people with disabilities to develop job skills baking bread seemed like a natural fit for the endeavor. After all, her last name is Baker.
Feed the 479 has been serving our community for many years making sure families in Northwest Arkansas has food on their tables.
During this season when many are dealing with financial difficulties due to COVID-19 many people are searching for a place that can provide guidance and advice for financial questions. The team at Credit Counseling of Arkansas (CCOA) has been doing just that for 25 years.
We'd all like to think that school is a safe place for all kids to be able to learn. But for some kids who have grown up in trauma situations school can be overwhelming.
The excitement of Christmas is something kids young and old look forward to every year, but for many families right here in our community there’s more dread than excitement when they think of Christmas.
This month KLRC is excited to feature Nicole's House as our non-profit of the month. Nicole's House was born out of a mom's desire to provide a safe place for women who are overcoming addiction in honor of her daughter, Nicole, who lost her life to an addiction.
It's not often that you enter a workplace to be greeted by smiling faces of people who are all happy to be at work. But if you get a chance to visit Open Avenues during business hours that's exactly what you will find.