Making the case for better health, education and more. The benefits to people that most nonprofits deliver is easy to grasp: Arkansas Foodbank delivers meals, Our House shelters people getting their lives back on track, The Van takes care of the homeless, the Centers for Youth and Families takes in children to help them with behavioral issues. You can get clothing, escape an abusive home, learn to read, get help kicking a drug habit. So when you write a check to Women and Children First, for example, you know that money will have an immediate, tangible effect on the workings of the shelter. What might be harder to picture is the work of advocacy groups — organizations that don't deliver services directly but work hard...
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Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families