Two new efforts, one aimed at raising the profile of Black-founded nonprofits and the other geared toward supporting Asian, Black, Indigenous and Latinx arts organizations, have received pledges of support from a variety of partners and supporters, including the Alice L. Walton Foundation. - The Nonprofit Times
Oct. 12, 2020
The gift will allow the University of Central Arkansas to expand its arts programming and foster collaborative partnerships across multiple academic disciplines — visual arts, film, theatre, and music. The $3 million Alice L. Walton Foundation gift is the second largest in school history. - Talk Business & Politics
Oct. 09, 2020
He and his team created the $5 million Bridge Ahead initiative to help regional and metropolitan partner institutions stay connected to their communities and plan for safe reopenings. - Inside Philanthropy
Aug. 25, 2020
The UAMS school nutrition program will work with six school districts in Northwest Arkansas – beginning with Bentonville and Springdale in 2020 – to implement a comprehensive nutrition program. - Talk Business & Politics
May. 20, 2020
Philanthropist Alice Walton, artist Martin Puryear, and scholar Kwame Anthony Appiah are to receive the 2020 Getty Medal, the J. Paul Getty Trust’s highest honor, recognizing contributions to the arts and humanities.
Feb. 26, 2020
A new health institute aims to redefine the healthcare system across the nation. - KNWA-TV
Jan. 15, 2020
The project will be supported by $4 million in grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Alice L. Walton Foundation and the Ford Foundation. - The New York Times.
Jan. 16, 2019
The Ford, Andrew W. Mellon, and Alice L. Walton foundations joined forces to award the grant. - The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Jan. 15, 2019