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It’s easy to get caught up in the worry and uncertainty during times like these. However, there has been a tremendous outpouring of support that has risen from so many community members that have rallied to support local businesses, taken extra care to check on neighbors and support those who are on the front lines of this health crisis.
Startup Junkie Foundation will expand its Kiva offerings in Northwest Arkansas to help small business owners access much-needed capital during the COVID-19 crisis.
Technology Platform Enables Patients to Receive Treatment Remotely.
Printova Signs wants to help local businesses through this pandemic.
The Ozark Affiliate of Susan G. Komen announced today that it will grant $467,764 to fund seven programs that will provide thousands of women and men with lifesaving diagnostic and treatment services, education and financial assistance throughout the next year.
Thanks to generous viewers, 40/29 and sister station, The Arkansas CW’s online donation drive raised over $50,000 to benefit their Project CommUNITY partners, The Northwest Arkansas and River Valley Regional Food Banks.
The Farm Bureau Insurance companies announced Thursday a $500,000 gift to the six foodbanks that cover the state of Arkansas, anchored by the Arkansas Foodbank.
Cox Communications has launched “on-site with virtual assist”, a tool to enhance customer service while better protecting customers and Cox employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.