December 2017 News

We are happy to announce that all of the children & families that requested assistance during this holiday season have been sponsored and will receive Christmas presents.  Thank you!

While this is great news, please consider giving a gift of help and healing to these same children and families.  Our Intensive Classrooms, serving children that have the most severe needs, are completely funded by community grants, local foundations, and individuals like you.  We would not be able to provide these specialized services without the support of our community.  Please consider EOA Children's House in your end-of-year giving.

What can your gift do?

$55 - 1 week of meals for 2 children

 $98 - 1 day of specialized care for a child that has been abused or neglected

  $141 - meals for 1 child for 1 month                     

 $250 - classroom supplies for 1 child for the school-year

 $450 - 1 week of specialized care for 1 child that has been abused or neglected

 $1,104 - meals for a class of 8 children for 1 month

 $6,500 - new toddler playground climber

 $_____ - chose any amount that you would like to give and that gift will go toward the services that children receive in our care

Any gift amount is appreciated and
every dollar does make an impact,
p lease consider making a gift today

or you may mail your donation to
EOA Children's House
614 E. Emma, Suite M401
Springdale, AR  72764

November was full of activities at EOA,
here are just a few highlights:

Warm weather and lots of leaves results in a fun afternoon outside for our
Springdale Center!

Members of the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas visited EOA Children's House each day to read to the children during  Literacy Week.

Central States Manufacturing provided a donation of needed items to
EOA Children's House.

Members of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class donated
Thanksgiving baskets for 5 of our families in need.

The kiddos at the Springdale center explored the insides of pumpkins!
Our Oak Center had fun dressing up for decade day during Spirit Week.

For her 6th birthday, Chloe requested donations from her friends and family for EOA Children's House.  We appreciate the generosity of this young lady. 
Happy 6th Birthday, Chloe!

Springdale Fire Department Station 3 visited the Pat Walker Center for Children to educate the children on fire safety.

Kiddos at Oak Early Head Start enjoyed an ice cream treat for winning the attendance competition. 
The children at the Pat Walker Center for Children enjoyed having a farmer's market for small group activity and play. 

Congratulations to our Oak Center for winning the September attendance competition. 
The winning classroom won EOA t-shirts!

Arvest Bank in Tonitown collected diapers, wipes, underwear and socks for EOA Children's House.
Arvest Bank Asset Preservation Department brought a donation of clothing, shoes, and art supplies for EOA
Children's House.
The U of A School of Law collected food for 10 Thanksgiving meals for our families in need.

The U of A Student Dietetic Association gave a presentation on healthy eating; teaching parents how to make healthy
and fun snacks.
Education students from the U of A collected items for EOA Children's House.

The Walmart CP/ATFAL Compliance Team decked the halls with holiday cheer at EOA Children's House.  This energetic group decorated all five large trees and one mini tree!

Diapers, and Diapers, and Diapers - OH MY!

As you can imagine, we go through A LOT of diapers daily
and this is always one of our most needed items. 
Our Amazon Wish List is an easy way to have your much appreciated donation delivered directly to us and in the exact size that is most needed. 
Thank you for your help in diapering our little ones!
IMPORTANT: Please include your name and address on the gift receipt for
purchased items so that we are able to acknowledge your gift.
Thank you for your support of EOA.

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To make a tax-deductible gift to EOA 

  • Flashlights (for upcoming classroom unit on light & dark)
  • Thermometers (forehead preferably) 
  • Washable Markers
  • Glue - both Elmer's and Sticks
  • Diapers & Pull Ups (sizes 5-6)
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Boys Clothing all sizes
  • Girls Clothing all sizes
As a non-profit organization, EOA relies on the generous support of companies, foundations, civic groups and individuals so that we are able to provide services
free of charge to the children and their families.
To make a tax-deductible donation  Click Here 
or call (479) 872-7479 ext 221.
Megan Cuddy
Director of Advancement
(479) 872-7479 ext. 221

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