University of Arkansas student-athletes have partnered with various local charitable organizations to make a positive impact in the Fayetteville community. Past community activations have included visits to youth centers, food banks, and other local charitable establishments.
Ozark Adaptive Sports Association (OZASA)Learn More
Ozark Adaptive Sports Association (OZASA) is a nonprofit organization that benefits people with physical disabilities in the Greater Northwest Arkansas area who wish to stay physically active. In the weeks and months following diagnosis of severe illness or injury, people are often left wondering: What now? Our goal at OZASA is to find these individuals and show them what IS possible by getting them back on the move and physically active.
Mission: To provide individuals with physical disabilities opportunities, recreation and competitive sports programs to promote independence and enhance the quality of their lives.
Squire Jehegan Outreach Center (SJOC):Learn More
The mission of the Squire Center is to provide aid to alleviate hunger, homelessness, and poverty in Northwest Arkansas
Potter’s HouseLearn More
Potter’s House is a bridge to strengthen and connect communities across socioeconomic and cultural lines through relationships by living life together. Volunteers are a vital part of providing our community with quality merchandise at affordable prices, and no group size is too large or too small. As a volunteer, you help us create a positive shopping experience by sorting, stocking, and organizing merchandise, hanging clothes, general clean-up and so much more!
Family Network NWALearn More
Mission: Family Network’s mission is to meet the needs of families in Northwest Arkansas for individualized parenting education and family support.
Once a family is referred for services, parent educators reach out to learn more about their current needs.
After learning about each family’s unique situation, staff will recommend services for families based on their needs. Our home visiting program is always voluntary.
If families agree to enroll, staff will work with families long-term. Families are offered services for a minimum of three years, and are visited weekly at the start.
Services are culturally respectful, and our parent educators are chosen based on their ability to establish trusting relationships with families.
Champions for LiteracyLearn More
We use the power of sports to impact childhood reading. Resourcing and empowering kids to become strong readers.
CASA of Northwest ArkansasLearn More
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northwest Arkansas provides compassionate volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children. We are committed to ensuring a consistent voice, safe home, and promising future for children in foster care. CASA volunteers are trained and supported to fight for the best interests of children in foster care. They closely monitor their children’s cases and work to ensure a child’s permanent home will be one of hope, stability, and love.
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