Arkansas Family Health Foundation
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Arkansas Family Health Foundation

Arkansas Family Health Foundation is currently funding and supporting four major projects:

ARcare Center for Education & Wellness

The ARcare Center for Education and Wellness is an early learning center for children 5 years of age and younger. The $3 million facility, which opened in July 2012, features a pediatric medical clinic, state-of-the-art classrooms, and a specialized curriculum focused on early learning, reading, healthy eating habits, and creative play in a safe and caring environment. Learn more >>

ARcare Cancer Care

Through the ARcare Cancer Care program, the people of the Arkansas Delta will have the best in cancer treatment and curative practices close to home. “The least, the last, and the lost” of the Delta will have access to transportation, treatment, follow up, home health and other cancer care-related services. ARcare professionals will organize all the treatment components to make sure the patients we serve will receive the compassionate care they deserve. Learn more >>

University of Arkansas Literacy Partnership

Over the last several years, we have partnered with the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to form a community literacy project in the city of Augusta, Arkansas. The Augusta Community Literacy Advocacy Project is a joint effort by ARcare, Arkansas Family Health Foundation, and the University of Arkansas.

Through the partnership, the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has worked directly with ARcare and the Foundation to enhance the learning skills of students in Augusta, McCrory, Bald Knob, and Newport through workshops, attending plays, and even campus visits. Learn more>>

Woodruff County Library Expansion

Arkansas Family Health Foundation is a strong proponent of public libraries and is proud to provide support to the Woodruff County Library Expansion Foundation. We know that early literacy programming contributes to elevating young children’s levels of literacy and engagement in learning, thereby contributing to school readiness and success.

Public libraries also contribute to economic development because they serve as a catalyst for physical development in a particular area, as well providing workforce initiatives that increase workforce skills, provide career training, and facilitate employment and career searches. Learn more about the Woodruff County library expansion project on Facebook.

To read more about fundraising and awareness campaigns for these projects and all our initiatives, visit News & Events.

Want to help? Donate to Arkansas Family Health Foundation today. Your donations will help thousands of children receive an early education and thousands of children and adults receive comprehensive cancer care. All donations are tax deductible.

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