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DRESSING for the HOLIDAYS -- A HUGE THANKS goes to the Walmart Global Audit Services team for buying new holiday outfits (for a special holiday portrait session with the folks from Kodak) for all our kids! WOW!!! What a generous -- and stylish -- act of kindness toward our kiddos! The Walmart Global Audit Services team is WONDERFUL!

DRESSING for the HOLIDAYS -- A HUGE THANKS goes to the Walmart Global Audit Services team for buying new holiday outfits (for a special holiday portrait session with the folks from Kodak) for all our kids! WOW!!! What a generous -- and stylish -- act of kindness toward our kiddos! The Walmart Global Audit Services team is WONDERFUL!

SUPER-CLEAN WINDOWS -- Our windows got a power washing today (SUPER-POWER washing, that is) thanks to Superman, Batman and The Flash from Superhero Window Washing of Fayetteville. The grime-fighting team came out to give us some free window-cleaning service and spend some time with our awe-struck kiddos as part of their community giving initiative.

SUPER-CLEAN WINDOWS -- Our windows got a power washing today (SUPER-POWER washing, that is) thanks to Superman, Batman and The Flash from Superhero Window Washing of Fayetteville. The grime-fighting team came out to give us some free window-cleaning service and spend some time with our awe-struck kiddos as part of their community giving initiative.

When you sign up for the LifePoints program at Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, you receive points for each blood or apheresis donation you make. Those points can be redeemed on our online donor store for gifts. But you can also choose to give your LifePoints a Lift by donating them to a cause right here in the Ozarks -- including NWA Children's Shelter.  Your gift of blood can help save lives -- and give abused kids hope for a better life!  Go to http://www.cbco.org/lifepoints-lift/

When you sign up for the LifePoints program at Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, you receive points for each blood or apheresis donation you make. Those points can be redeemed on our online donor store for gifts. But you can also choose to give your LifePoints a Lift by donating them to a cause right here in the Ozarks -- including NWA Children's Shelter. Your gift of blood can help save lives -- and give abused kids hope for a better life! Go to http://www.cbco.org/lifepoints-lift/

The kids from SummerShine Day Camp collected school supplies to help NWA Children's Shelter's kids start the new school year off right. SummerShine is a state-licensed, non-denominational, non-profit, community day care for elementary students who have completed kindergarten and have not yet begun seventh grade. A HUGE "THANKS!" to these giving SummerShine kids!

The kids from SummerShine Day Camp collected school supplies to help NWA Children's Shelter's kids start the new school year off right. SummerShine is a state-licensed, non-denominational, non-profit, community day care for elementary students who have completed kindergarten and have not yet begun seventh grade. A HUGE "THANKS!" to these giving SummerShine kids!

GIVING GIFTS -- When Kimber Haggard's mom (Stacy Bingham) asked what kind of party he would like for his 8th birthday, he asked her, "Would it be weird if instead of getting presents, if I GAVE presents?" His proud mom told him that was a fine idea, so they asked party-goers to bring items for the kids at Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter. The Siloam Springs lad and his family then brought about a dozen large bags, filled with toys and clothes. THANKS, Kimber!

GIVING GIFTS -- When Kimber Haggard's mom (Stacy Bingham) asked what kind of party he would like for his 8th birthday, he asked her, "Would it be weird if instead of getting presents, if I GAVE presents?" His proud mom told him that was a fine idea, so they asked party-goers to bring items for the kids at Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter. The Siloam Springs lad and his family then brought about a dozen large bags, filled with toys and clothes. THANKS, Kimber!

A CART FULL -- THANKS to Assembled Products in Rogers (manufacturer of Mart Cart electric shopping carts), who turned a photo shoot at Harps in Bentonville into a sizable donation for our kiddos. They filled the two carts they were photographing to the brim with groceries and non-grocery items to do a comparison of two different sized shopping baskets, for marketing purposes. And they brought all the contents out to the Children's Shelter when they were done. Our kids are very grateful.

A CART FULL -- THANKS to Assembled Products in Rogers (manufacturer of Mart Cart electric shopping carts), who turned a photo shoot at Harps in Bentonville into a sizable donation for our kiddos. They filled the two carts they were photographing to the brim with groceries and non-grocery items to do a comparison of two different sized shopping baskets, for marketing purposes. And they brought all the contents out to the Children's Shelter when they were done. Our kids are very grateful.

GIFT HORSES -- Curtis Vaughn (right) of the Northwest Arkansas Gaited Horse Club presents a check for $2,500 to Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter Executive Director Steve Schotta. The check represents proceeds from the Ozark Festival charity horse show that was staged recently by the club. We offer a HUGE THANK YOU whinny to all the humans and horses who made possible this gift to help care for abused and neglected kids.

GIFT HORSES -- Curtis Vaughn (right) of the Northwest Arkansas Gaited Horse Club presents a check for $2,500 to Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter Executive Director Steve Schotta. The check represents proceeds from the Ozark Festival charity horse show that was staged recently by the club. We offer a HUGE THANK YOU whinny to all the humans and horses who made possible this gift to help care for abused and neglected kids.

A HUGE THANKS to Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville and KNWA-TV for Project Apple Tree, which asked mall patrons to donate school supplies/clothes for kids at NWA Children's Shelter. The drive (promoted at the mall and on TV from July 13- Aug. 11) netted a huge haul for our kiddos. NWA Children's Shelter, which has an On-Site School, outfits about 550 kids per year with clothes and supplies for school. Northwest Arkansas Mall also topped off the drive with a generous donation of $2,000!

A HUGE THANKS to Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville and KNWA-TV for Project Apple Tree, which asked mall patrons to donate school supplies/clothes for kids at NWA Children's Shelter. The drive (promoted at the mall and on TV from July 13- Aug. 11) netted a huge haul for our kiddos. NWA Children's Shelter, which has an On-Site School, outfits about 550 kids per year with clothes and supplies for school. Northwest Arkansas Mall also topped off the drive with a generous donation of $2,000!

Tyson Foods’ Nutritious Meals Program established by grant  Award of $64,000 helps provide balanced meals/snacks for NWA Children’s Shelter kids  HIGHFILL, AR (Sept. 4, 2012) — Tyson Foods served up a heaping helping of support for the nutritional needs of abused and neglected kids today, in the form of a major grant to establish Tyson Foods’ Nutritious Meals Program at Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter.

Tyson Foods’ Nutritious Meals Program established by grant Award of $64,000 helps provide balanced meals/snacks for NWA Children’s Shelter kids HIGHFILL, AR (Sept. 4, 2012) — Tyson Foods served up a heaping helping of support for the nutritional needs of abused and neglected kids today, in the form of a major grant to establish Tyson Foods’ Nutritious Meals Program at Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter.

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