Thea Foundation Hits $2M Endowment Goal

Thea Foundation Hits $2M Endowment Goal
Paul Leopoulos speaks at a news conference July 22 about the Thea Foundation's $2 million campaign.

After the Thea Foundation reached a $2 million endowment goal for its scholarship programs, Windgate Charitable Foundation topped it off with a $500,000 challenge grant.
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Walton Family Foundation to Support Independent School in Bentonville

The Walton Family Foundation plans to support a new independent school in Bentonville, and it said Clayton Marsh, deputy dean of the college at Princeton University, will be the school's founding head of school.
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Ronald McDonald Breaks Ground on $8.5M House

With $7.5 million raised and $1 million to go, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas broke ground on a new, 35,000 SF house on Tuesday morning at the entrance of Arkansas Children's Hospital.
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