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“We are looking at ways to be creative and asking donors, if you normally give and attend events, still give. Don’t stop giving,” said Elizabeth Pulley, the executive director of Children’s Advocacy Centers.
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Arkansas Nonprofits Rebound in Fundraising, Live and in PersonLock Icon

For nonprofits, especially those that rely on fundraisers and events for their revenue, the pandemic caused anxiety and belt-tightening in 2020. read more >
Michael Fothergill, executive and artistic director of Ballet Arkansas, notes that most performing arts organizations employ a greater number of contract employees than they do regular full-time employees.
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A Reimagined World: Performing Arts in a PandemicLock Icon

Ballet Arkansas, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra are fighting to keep the lights on — and, where possible, Arkansans employed — while retaining their audiences. read more >
Fred Scarborough said Arkansas Children’s was enjoying a “very healthy, robust year” in philanthropy. “Then March hit.”
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Charity Challenge: Nonprofits Forced to Adjust to COVID-19Lock Icon

Easterseals Arkansas had auction items and flowers arrayed at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock last March, all set for its annual Fashion Event. But an invisible threat was rising. read more >
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The Rep Suspends Operations Due Amid COVID-19

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre suspends all programming activities, including productions, events and educational offerings, effective immediately. read more >