In the spirit of giving KTHS would like to recognize nonprofits who have struggled like all of us during this pandemic and this Christmas KTHS will once again celebrate the many nonprofit organizations in our community. KTHS will celebrate a different nonprofit each day by airing a news story, advertising throughout each day on 107.1FM and 102.3/96.9FM, and post on our website www.kthsradio.com.
We realize there are more organizations and it is our hope that we can include your favorite in the future for this annual event. Exclusive sponsors have been assigned to a nonprofit organization
and the nonprofit contact information can be seen below. KTHS encourages you to support the businesses that support these wonderful organizations and the services they provide.
Help us celebrate giving this Holiday season, Merry Christmas!
In the spirit of the season, KTHS will be highlighting local non-profit organizations on our news for the next couple of weeks. Non-profits, like other organizations and businesses have seen a drop in revenue and donations. Bright Futures is a nonprofit organization that works with school and community resources to meet the needs of students to make sure each student has a fair chance. Bright Futures operates under the belief that when communities invest their time, talent, and treasure in their schools, students are more likely to stay in school through graduation, have a higher degree of self-worth and confidence, and set and reach goals for the future. In turn, these students grow up to be better neighbors, quality employees, and impactful leaders in their communities. The program provides “basic needs” such as shoes, clothing and food items to schoolchildren in need. Donations are always needed to continue this program for the students and you can find out more at the Bright Futures Facebook page, or Mindy Hicks at Berryville School District or call 870-423-4620, Ext. 3240.
Our sponser for this featured non-profit is Ozark Lakes Family Dentistry.
Court Apponted Special Advocates
In the spirit of the season, KTHS will be highlighting local non-profit organizations on our news for the next couple of weeks. CASA, Court Apponted Special Advocates, is central to fulfilling society's most fundamental obligation by making sure a qualified, compassionate adult will fight for and protect a child's right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family. CASA is a volunteer-powered network of committed people who believe society has a fundamental obligation to these children. With a CASA volunteer, a child is half as likely to languish in the foster care and child welfare system and that much more likely to find a safe, permanent home. You can help a child by donating to NWACasa.org.
This non-profit spotlight is brought to you by Allen-Squires Law and R.D. Allen Consulting.
The Call in Northwest Arkansas
In the spirit of the season, we continue with our highlighting of local non-profits that do great work. Our featured non-profit is The Call in NWA. The mission of the The Call in Northwest Arkansas is to encourage, educate, and equip the Christian Community to provide a future and a hope to the children. They are about serving foster and adoptive families, not just children in care. They help you become a foster parent, adoptive parent or volunteer by breaking down barriers to get started or take the first step. The vision of The CALL is to have more than enough foster homes available, so that when a child or sibling group needs foster care, the best home for that child or children can be found in their community. Donations and more information is available on their
Facebook page at The CALL in NWA, or call 479-418-1314. This non-profit spotlight is brought to you by Montgomery Whiteley Realty.
Flint Street Food Bank
In the spirit of the season we continue with our spotlight on local non-profits. Flint Street Fellowship is a faith-based ministry providing groceries, nourishing lunches, clothing, utility/rent/transportation assistance, resource information and fellowship in Eureka Springs and all of western Carroll County. All services are free and the organization is entirely volunteer-based. Open Mondays and Wednesdays each week from 10 am until 2 pm. People may come in for groceries every week. Those receiving help must live in Carroll County, west of the Kings River. Donations of food as well as financial contributions are very much appreciated. Donations may be made via Check or PayPal. Checks should be mailed to: Flint Street Fellowship, PO Box 323, Eureka Springs, Ar 72632.
Our sponsor for the Flint Street Foodbank is Harts Family Center.
Dolly Parton Imagination Library
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to feature a non-profit organization. Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program mails children a free book each month from birth until they are 5 years old. These are high-quality books that are chosen by experts in education and publishing and are based on the child's age. The mission of this book club, founded in 1995, is to foster a love of learning in children, making the experience of reading fun and meaningful. Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is available in over 2,000 communities in five countries. The program currently sends free books to over 1 million children.
To register your child/children, go on-line to: imaginationlibrary.com. Our sponsor for this feature is Sun Fest Market.
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to feature a non-profit organization. Grandma's House provides a safe and welcoming environment designed specifically for children, to help and support them while facing the challenges of abuse, the investigation and the healing process that lies ahead. Child abuse is a tragic occurrence that does not have to be or need to be faced alone. Together we can help these children and their families overcome their tragedies and heal.
To find out how you can help support this much needed service, visit their website at grandma's house cac.com or you can mail a donation to
501 W. Stephenson Ave, Harrison, AR 72601. Our non-profit spotlight today was brought to you by Grandview Custom Woods.
People Helping People
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to celebrate local non-profit organizations. People Helping People is a non-profit organization who has been helping people in need with prescriptions and medical supplies for over 25 years. It takes generous donations from individuals and groups to keep it going. If you would like to help the people in the area with these needs, mail a donation to People Helping People, PO Box 243, Eureka Springs, 72632 or
donate online at peoplehelping.org, or give them a call at 870-423-5145. They also have a Facebook page.
This non-profit spotlight has been brought to you by Ozark Physical Therapy in Berryville.
The Purple Flower
Non-profit Spotlight - The Purple Flower
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to celebrate local non-profit organizations. The Purple Flower Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Resource & Support Center of Carroll County is a grass roots effort. They help survivors with safety planning, filling out orders of protection, and connecting them with other resources in our county. They also accompany survivors to court and provide a support network. If you would like to make a donation to help, you can mail your donation to Domestic Violence Resource and Support Center, PO Box 265, Berryville, or look them up on Facebook.
This non-profit spotlight has been brought to you by Johnson Automotive in Eureka Springs.
Berryville Free Store
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to celebrate local non profit organizations. The Berryville Free Store services local clients in need because we
all need a helping hand sometimes. At the free store, everything is free. Items provided include clothing, household items, blankets, toiletries, diapers,
school supplies and other needs, along with friendship, counseling and prayer. Look them up on Facebook. Donations may be made to the Berryville Free Store
at at 120 East Church Street in Berryville, or you can call 870-423-7214. Our non-profit spotlight today is brought to you by G & I Towing.
Cup Of Love Ministry
In the spirit of the season, KTHS would like to celebrate local non-profit organizations. A Cup Of Love Ministry, Feeding The Hungry
through their Food Pantry. Established in 2013, they started this ministry on the streets in the community and surrounding areas.
They are now in a permanent building and serve hundreds. They offer meals to the hungry and sharing the love of Christ.
You can help them bless others by making a donation online at acupofloveministry.org or mail your check to
4032 East Van Buren, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 72632. Your love, prayers and support are greatly appreciated!
This non-profit spotlight was brought to you by the Berryville Veterinary Clinic.