The Treasures in the Ozarks is a juried arts and crafts show featuring only handmade items that is held in the Hardy Civic Center in September. The 2018 event will be from September 22-23.
For more information please call 901-326-2092 or 870-210-3900 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is also a Facebook page under Treasures in the Ozarks
HARDY — Working out of a 25,000-square-foot warehouse in Hardy, the Mission of Hope has a food pantry that serves 350 families from Sharp and Fulton counties each month, but this is only part of the organization’s mission.
These families can also shop for free clothing and household items, and the Arkansas Rice Depot delivers food from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and donations to the mission for distribution to six other food pantries.
Julia Baldridge is the administrator of the Mission of Hope, which also includes a 16-bed men’s homeless shelter, Hope’s Closet Resale Shop and a Red Cross satellite office.
For more information, to schedule a tour or to make a donation to the Mission of Hope, contact Baldridge at (870) 856-5511 or email@example.com. The mission’s address is 3968 U.S. 62/412, Hardy, AR 72542.
Mission: “The Spring River Innovation Hub provides a creative culture of innovation and entrepreneurship through an inclusive, collaborative network of diverse resources and opportunities that fosters sustainable small business and regional economic growth.”
The Spring River Innovation Hub Inc. is a small business incubator nestled in the base of the Ozark Mountains in Cherokee Village, Arkansas. Founded in 2017, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization received a Delta Regional Authority grant to transform a blighted property in the town’s center into a vibrant co-working facility called The Hive and community education and networking venue named The Exchange. As one of Arkansas’s first rural innovation facilities and the smallest hub in the country, the Spring River iHub serves as a pioneer of rural development in the American South.
Your future on your terms.
From our state-of-the-art co-working space, to our specialized professional development opportunities, networking events, business counseling, mentorships and diverse community programming, the Spring River Innovation Hub has something for everyone. Become a founding member today and find out what all the buzz is about.
While currently under renovation, look for the Spring River Innovation Hub launch in July 2018.
Professional, co-working office environment
Access to business counseling, professional development and mentorship
Access to an Awesome Community of
High Speed Internet
Conference and Video Call Capabilities
Member-only invites to networking events
Gateway CASA is a Non-Profit Organization that provides a voice for abused and neglected children in the 3rd Judicial District of Arkansas which includes Sharp, Lawrence, Jackson, and Randolph Counties (the Gateway Counties to the Arkansas Ozarks).
CASA is a program where trained court appointed volunteers represent the best interest of an abused or neglected child for whom a placement is being determined by the juvenile court. A CASA volunteer acts as a fact finder of the child’s best interest, providing a judge with valuable information on the child to help the court make a sound decision about the child’s future.
If you are looking for an exciting volunteer opportunity to help children, contact us or the program nearest you.
As Friends of the NRA Foundation we raise tax-deductible contributions in support of a wide range of firearm related public interest activities of the National Rifle Association of America and other organizations that defend and foster the Second Amendment rights of all law-abiding Americans. These activities are designed to promote firearms and hunting safety, to enhance marksmanship skills of those participating in the shooting sports, and to educate the general public about firearms in their historic, technological and artistic context.
Cherokee Village, AR
The Cherokee Village Historical Society is dedicated to researching, collecting, preserving, interpreting, and sharing historical information or items related to Cherokee Village, Arkansas, and the surrounding area
Through our local Giving Tree Endowment, you can pool your dollars with neighbors who are passionate about creating a lasting difference to dozens of local causes – forever.
To DONATE to a fund, follow this link to view a complete list of our Sharp County funds and endowments.
Local Giving Tree Grants Support Nonprofits Working in and for Sharp County
The most recent Sharp County Giving Tree grants include:
White River Health System Foundation Inc.
Ozarka College Foundation
Spring River Innovation Hub
Helping people with needs that fall through the crack, such as heaters and firewood in the winter, fans in the summer, swimming safety classes for you and free flotation devices, and more.