Arkansas Nonprofits Hold Breath For Year-End This article is available only in print.

Arkansas Nonprofits Hold Breath For Year-End
Sonya Murphy, CEO of Camp Aldersgate in Little Rock, is waiting to see what effect changes in the tax code might have on charitable giving.

As a result of changes to the federal tax code, donations to charities are expected to fall by $13.1 billion annually in the United States, according to a May 2017 study by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.
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UAMS Hopes Myeloma Audit Cuts to the Bone

UAMS Hopes Myeloma Audit Cuts to the Bone This article is available only in print.

The audit of the Myeloma Institute should be able to determine if there's any money unaccounted for in the cancer program. The accounting is expected to be final after January.
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Landlord Wants Gusano's Pizzeria Out

Landlord Wants Gusano's Pizzeria Out This article is available only in print.

The landlord of Gusano's Chicago Style Pizzeria in Little Rock's River Market says it needs some dough, and we're not talking of the pizza variety.
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The List Largest Nonprofit Organizations

Arkansas' Largest Nonprofit Organizations list, ranked by total assets. Includes fiscal year and previous year total assets and total revenue, number of staff paid $50,000 or more, top executive, mission and contact information.

Rank Name City Top Executive
1 Walton Family Foundation Inc. Bentonville Peterson, Kyle
2 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville Bigelow, Rod
3 University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. Fayetteville Davis, Clay H.
4 Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Inc. Bentonville Hodges, Kaneaster Jr.
5 University of Arkansas Fayetteville Campus Foundation Fayetteville Kumpe, Peter G.

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Lieven Bertels Takes The Momentary Leap of Creating

In August 2017, Lieven Bertels was named director of the Momentary, a new contemporary arts venue by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art that is set to open in 2020.