Funded Partners


Heart of Arkansas United Way knows the power of coming together – it’s what we’ve done since 1923. United Way has walked through many times of community, national, and global crisis. We’ve remained committed to not only providing a safety net for individuals and families, but to also building a community where everyone thrives. Our mission remains: to fight for the education, financial stability and health of every person in our community. Through our COVID-19 mini- grants and Community Investment grants, we empowered partners who share in our mission to adapt their services, meet immediate needs, build our strength, and invest in the future. Learn more about the grants we've made this year.


Personal Protective Equipment | Telehealth | Virtual Learning and Community 

Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation
Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Ark.
Boys and Girls Club of Jacksonville
Camp Aldersgate
Girl Scouts: Diamonds


Food Insecurity | Shelter and Safety | Housing and Rental Assistance | Health Services | Utility and Other Urgent Assistance 

Arkansas Foodbank
Ark. Single Parent Scholarship Fund
Brayboy Domestic Violence Center
Care Link
Family Promise of Pulaski County
Helping Hand of Greater Little Rock
Philander Smith College
Ronald McDonald House
St. Francis House
Women and Children First


Staff Training | Technology 

Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance 
Family Promise of Pulaski County
Open Arms Qualified Residential Treatment Program


Building Financial Stability | Trauma Response | Education and Literacy | Skill Building 

Arkansas Imagination Library 
Asset Funders Network 
Bethany Christian Services 
Centers for Youth and Families
Central Ark. Library System Foundation 
Children’s Protection Center
City Year Little Rock
Francis A. Allen School
Literacy Action of Central Arkansas
Our House
Salvation Army
Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services
Wade Knox Children’s Advocacy Center
Women and Children First
World Services for the Blind