Non-profit

There is a lot of good happening in Conway. Where can you find that good? Here we discuss the people and organizations that make a difference in the life of every day Conway residents. It might be meeting your local barista, a race to raise money, a great non-profit or a volunteer who loves what he or she does.

Arkansas Asset Builders Tax Preparation

Arkansas Asset Builders Brings Tax Problem Solving Day to Conway

Conway, AR – Arkansas Asset Builders will present a free Tax Problem Solving Day at the Faulkner County Library, 9am-1pm on September 15, 2022, in collaboration with the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service and Legal Aid of Arkansas Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. Arkansas Asset Builders is pleased to bring IRS assistance directly to taxpayers in the …

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Kiwanis of Conway Arkansas Bookcase Project

Bookcase Project banquet returns October 20 with Key as speaker

Johnny Key, state education Secretary, will deliver the keynote speech at the Conway Kiwanis Bookcase Project’s annual banquet on October 20, 2022. The banquet will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Bob and Betty Courtway Middle School, 1200 Bob Courtway Drive, Conway. Supper and entertainment will be provided, the latter by the …

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Lesley Graybeal finds a match made in community collaboration as Director of Service-Learning and Volunteerism

Service to others is a passion for helping others achieve their goals, providing help where help is needed or contributing time and effort to others. Merriam Webster defines “service” as “the action of helping or doing work someone,” and this action is the primary goal of Lesley Graybeal. Graybeal is the Director of Service-Learning and …

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Cody Sublett Memorial Golf Tournament

Children’s Advocacy Alliance hosts golf tournament in memory of Cody Sublett

Get your Hawaiian shirts ready for Children’s Advocacy Alliance’s second Cody Sublett Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, May 23 from noon to 5 p.m. at 1600 Centennial Club Dr (note: change made by the tournament May 18, 2022). There will be one golf flight that will start at 1:00 p.m. with lunch at 12:00 p.m. …

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CoHO Christmas Store donations drop off points

The City of Hope Outreach is taking donations of toys for its annual Christmas Store on December 11, 2021. According to CoHO, “The Christmas Store provides an opportunity for families in under-resourced communities to provide Christmas presents for their children, 0-18. There is a $5 fee per child, 4-6 presents each depending on donations.” Boxes …

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Homeless Lunch-to-go

Homeless To-Go Lunch launches and needs volunteers

According to a post by Dawn Brendle Jackson from Neighbors First Conway. a new initiative has been launched to help feed the local homeless population. The initiative is a collaboration of various local nonprofit groups in Faulkner County and Conway. Thanks to the generosity of Bethlehem House, Inc., Faulkner County’s homeless neighbors can count on …

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Black History Month

PattiCakes Bakery and Jimmy Warren team up for Black History Month

For the second year, PattiCakes Bakery, in partnership with community leader, Jimmy Warren, will bring awareness to Black History Month by offering free commemorative cookies on Saturdays throughout February. Warren, a former Conway Area Chamber of Commerce Young Minority Professional of the Year and one of ABPG’s 2020 250 Arkansas Most Influential Leaders, said this …

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