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Support Our Work

Community Clinic is committed to providing health care to all. We work hard to make every medical dollar go far, and we are grateful for the support of valuable community partners who make our work possible.

How You Can Help

If you would like to partner with us in providing health care for all in Northwest Arkansas, please make a recurring or one-time donation. Your contribution provides life saving services to our neighbors in Northwest Arkansas that need them the most!

Interested in corporate sponsorship, endowments, or in-kind contributions? We want to work with you! Contact our Development team at development@wordpress-1011732-3574825.cloudwaysapps.com

Our Partners in Delivering Health Care Services

Community Clinic is grateful to our local community foundations, cities, corporations, organizations and individuals who contribute through grants and gifts to support our patient care mission. You allow us to serve so many in need of healthcare, but least able to afford it, especially during the Pandemic. In 2021, we received approximately $1.8 Million in local and state grants and other individual donations. Please accept our heartfelt thanks as a not for profit organization working to serve our community and generosity of others is very important to our future success.

We are grateful for the strong support of the following partners:


  • School Based Health Centers
  • Anonymous Trust
  • Beau Foundation
  • Cancer Challenge
  • Susan G. Komen Foundation
  • Endeavor Foundation
  • La-Z-Boy Foundation
  • Tyson Foods Foundation (Capital)
  • United Way
  • Walmart Foundation
  • Community Development Grant (Rogers)


  • Arkansas Dept. of Health – Tobacco Education
  • NWA Development – Rep. Leding, Sen. Lindsey, Rep. Micah Neal, Sen. Jon Woods
  • University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff – MSRGO


  • Base Grant and Expanded Services (HRSA)
  • Behavioral Health (HRSA)
  • Capital Grant (SBHC Elmdale)(HRSA)
  • Drug Free Communities (SAMHSA)