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Patron $250 – $999
Partner $1000 – $2,499
Philanthropist $2,500 – $4,999
Pillar of the Arts $5,000 – $9,000
Benefactor $10,000 – $15,000
Arkansas Arts Council
The Arkansas Arts Council advances and empowers the arts by providing services and funding for programming that encourages and assists literary, performing and visual artists in achieving standards of professional excellence. The Arkansas Arts Council also provides technical and financial assistance to Arkansas arts organizations and other providers of cultural and educational programs. This statewide programming and assistance ultimately provides cultural, educational and economic opportunities for the benefit of all Arkansans.
The Arkansas Arts Council was established in 1966 to enable the state of Arkansas to receive funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1971, Act 359 (A.C.A. § 13-8-101 et seq.) gave independent agency status to the Arts Council, with an executive director and a 17-member council appointed by the governor. In 1975, the Arts Council became an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage.
Arkansas Community Foundation
Arkansas Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes smart giving to improve communities. The Community Foundation offers tools to help Arkansans protect, grow and direct their charitable dollars as they learn more about community needs. By making grants and sharing knowledge, the Community Foundation supports charitable programs that work for Arkansas and partners with others to create new initiatives that address the gaps. Since 1976, we’ve provided more than $120 million in grants and partnered with thousands of Arkansans to help them improve our neighborhoods, our towns and our entire state.
The Community Foundation works locally through a network of affiliate offices, each with a local staff presence and advisory board
Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (LRCVB) is funded by hotel, motel, and restaurant taxes. It is the official marketing arm of the city and its mission is to promote Little Rock and its environs.
The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau is a full-service bureau, with more than 120 full-time professionals providing support in planning your next meeting, convention or trip to the city including information on hotels, dining, attractions, transportation and much more.
The Good Family Foundation
The Kerr Foundation
James & Eva Pappas
Warren & Nancy Boop
June Hoes Williams
Lee Lee Doyle