We take great pride in the collaborative partnerships that we have developed since our beginning in 2011. We are a 100% volunteer-driven organization and we work diligently to maximize the impact we have in the community and for those we serve. Our work would not be possible without the generous support of the following community partners.
First United Methodist Church of Bentonville
FUMC was our first partner. They continue to provide a space for us to serve the community. A large percentage of our volunteers and donors come from the FUMC congregation.
Center for Collaborative Care (HARK)
When a guest needs additional services that we don't provide, we can connect them to a HARK community liaison. Community liaisons help decrease the time it takes for people to connect with needed human services in Northwest Arkansas. Additionally, their presence throughout the community will help human service organizations and schools efficiently refer people into the needed human service offering.
Diaper Bank of the Ozarks - Springfield, MO
Beginning in 2018, Diaper Bank of the Ozarks has supplied our pantry with free diapers. Our pantry distributes these diapers on the first Tuesday of each month to our clients with small children.
JustServe - Bentonville, AR
Kruger Products - Bentonville, AR
Since 2017, the local Kruger Products group has been generously supplying our pantry with a variety of paper products that includes paper towels, tissues, and toilet paper. On the last Tuesday of each month we distribute these products and additional toiletry items to our clients.
McKee Foods - Gentry, AR
Since 2011, McKee Foods in Gentry has been supplying us with an assortment of their delicious pastry snacks each and every month, at no cost to our pantry. Our clients look forward to receiving these tasty "Little Debbie" treats each month.
NW Arkansas Food Bank - Bethel Heights, AR
Every week a truck from the food bank delivers to us our weekly food order. The food bank provides us a way to obtain our non-perishable food items, produce, bread, and meat at either no cost or very reduced cost. Without access to the food bank, it would be difficult for us to provide the groceries that we give out each week to our clients.
Seeds That Feed - Fayetteville, AR
Over the past two years, Seeds has provided fresh vegetables and fruits. In 2018 they donated over 1,800 lbs of amazing produce.
Walmart Foundation and Walmart Stores Inc.
The Walmart Foundation has provided us with thousands of dollars in grant money over the years. Various Walmart groups have been some of our best volunteers.
Young Mens Service League-YMSL Ozark Chapter
YMSL volunteers have committed to come on Monday nights weekly to prepare grocery sacks for Tuesday Pantry for the 2021 school year. In addition in 2020, they held a very successful food drive providing all the groceries for distribution during Thanksgiving and Christmas. They have helped in the pantry and with TND prior to covid.
Students and staff from Bentonville Schools have shown support with canned food drives, fundraisers, our Little Free Pantry, and volunteer opportunities.
MHB & Associates-Hiwasse, AR
MHB & Associates have provided supplies for COVID-19 safety during the pandemic, along with volunteering their time. Thank you for helping keep us safe.