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.
You wouldn't think that pushing a cart through a grocery store could be life changing, but at Compassion NWA it is. Compassion NWA has created a unique way to help combat one of the biggest issues in our community: food insecurity.
Imagine a world where 1+1=0 Project Zero believes that when one child finds one family there will be zero kids waiting for a forever home. Project Zero has a goal to deliberately and purposefully pursue out-of-the-box ways to find forever families for kids in foster care who are waiting.
Home. How often do we take home for granted? For Joey, home became a place that wasn’t the best place for him to be. He needed a fresh start, with a new group of friends surrounding him. Friends who would support him on his journey to a new life.
In 1997, Choices Pregnancy Services (formally New Beginnings Pregnancy Services) was born in Siloam Springs. The motivation was the need for a service to show the non-judgmental love of Christ to all those involved in difficult situations during pregnancy. .
There’s an organization right here in NWA that God is using to profoundly impact little lives thousands of miles away and make a big impact on communities! Founded in 2015, 2nd Milk is a non-profit organization committed to saving the lives of malnourished and orphaned infants in Africa and around the globe.
Most of the time when I think of homelessness I picture people sleeping on park benches in the midst of a bustling city. But, that’s not always what the homelessness looks like, especially in Northwest Arkansas.
Samaritan Community Center (SCC) has been part of the NWA community since 1989 where they serve the hurting and hungry of NWA. Samaritan Community Center serves the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the community.