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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas' mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever!

Five area churches began the Big Brothers Program in Little Rock to address the needs of young men living in the Highland Park area. The first group of Big Brothers came from these churches in 1968 and in 1972 Big Brothers of Pulaski County became a full affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

For more information or to find out how you can donate or volunteer click HERE!

For upcoming event details, including more information on this year's Wine Women & Shoes benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas on Thursday September 25th at the Little Rock Marriott click HERE!

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 The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas present the 4th Annual Toast & Roast, honoring 103.7 The Buzz's very own David Bazzel.

Join BBBSCA and 103.7 The Buzz for an evening full of laughter and good times as the heat gets turned up on the Baz from local celebrities like Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, Wally Hall, Steve Sullivan, and from The Buzz, Tommy Smith, Roger Scott, Pat Bradley, and Bill Vickery.

Click here for more details and to purchase tickets.

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The Butler Foundation

Butler Foundation

The Butler Foundation is committed to ensuring that every family has access to the resources, liberty, and opportunities this great country has to offer. Our community outreach programs are centered around our core values of education, environment, entrepreneurship, and fine arts.

When individuals contribute to the preservation of these core values, the community benefits as a whole. We cannot do this alone. We need your support. Invest in us, as we in turn, invest in the community.

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Junior Achievement of Arkansas


For the past 25 Years Junior Achievement of Arkansas has been giving young people the skills they need to own their economic success. Our financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurial programs help students bridge the gap between what they are learning in school and how they can apply it to reach their goals.

How can You get involved? Volunteer

With Junior Achievement it’s easy for anyone to make a difference in the lives of young Arkansans!

Call 501-280-9118 or visit www.jaark.org to learn more!

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