Local Nonprofit Our House Selected to Work with Inaugural Center on Community Philanthropy Researcher in Residence

The Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy is proud to announce local nonprofit Our House has been selected to work with our inaugural Researcher in Residence Dr. Muthusami Kumaran in Spring 2016. ativan for saleOur House operates a comprehensive program that utilizes a multi
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Center on Community Philanthropy Appoints First Researcher in Residence

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy has appointed Dr. Muthusami Kumaran from the University of Florida as its first ever Researcher in Residence and Visiting Philanthropy Faculty for the Spring 2016 semester. Dr. Kumaran was sel
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Center on Community Philanthropy partners in Sumner, Miss. to convene local residents

On November 10, The Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy sponsored a community conversation in Sumner, MS concerning the future of the Emmett Till Multipurpose Complex in Tallahatchie County, MS. Forty Tallahatchie County residents attended the community dialogue to discuss
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The Center on Community Philanthropy Announces New Opportunity for Nonprofits

Since 2009 the Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy (The Center) has been a leader in conducting research and writing about philanthropy as an approach to delivering public service. This work includes faculty led research, over 25 Scholars-in-Residence and visiting philanth
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Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy Awarded Major Grant

The Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service has received a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation titled, “Building Capacity for Community Philanthropy that Strengthens Sector Effectiveness for the Benefit of Vulnerable Children.
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Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy Visiting Scholar Studies the Changing Misrepresentation of Race and Crime in the Media

University of Illinois communication professor and visiting scholar at the Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in Fall of 2013, Travis Dixon, recently published a study of five years of network and cable crime news. The study
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Dr. Charlotte Williams to Speak at Inaugural North Jonesboro Gala

Dr. Charlotte Lewellen-Williams will be the guest speaker at the North Jonesboro Neighborhood Initiative’s (NJNI) resident appreciation celebration.The inaugural red carpet gala, “An Evening among the Stars,” recognizes residents who have made contributions to the city and to NJ
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National Cable News Network Soul of the South Talks with Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy, Charlotte Williams, on ‘Grassroots’ Philanthropy

Soul of the South’s Leah Patterson talks to an Charlotte Williams, Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas for an explanation of “grassroots” philanthropy. About Soul of the South Television: Soul of the South T
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Delta Circles founder and Center on Community Philanthropy Partner Patricia Ashanti Highlighted as 2014 Visionary

The article below originally appeared on the Arkansas Times annual Visionaries issue, which is a celebration of Arkansans with ideas of transformative power. Delta Circles, founded by Patricia Ashanti in 2009, is a small nonprofit in Helena with a big mission: fighting poverty in the
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