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dateNovember 18, 2013 userPosted by:

Special Matching Grant Opportunity

Announcing a Matching Grant! Cobblestone Project strives to create a community without need. We believe that bringing dignity to others in our community in basic ways is a step in the right direction. Giving our time and resources to our neighbors allows us to connect on a personal level with individuals who have a story to share. I

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dateOctober 1, 2012 userPosted by:

Exciting News for The Cobblestone Project

As the seasons begin to change and people shift to the rhythm of Fall- there is something about the newness of this time that leaves us energized and excited for what lies ahead for Cobblestone. With that, we want to take this time to update you on some exciting changes within The Cobblestone Project. For the first time

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dateJuly 16, 2012 userPosted by:

Cobblestone heads to D.C.

  Last week, Cobblestone participated in a forum at the White House. We received an invitation from the Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, and the Office of Public Engagement to participate in a meeting to discuss the important role that social innovators play in expanding opportunity and addressing social issues.

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dateMay 23, 2012 userPosted by:

30 Days 4 Change!

April was a whirlwind of a month, and we loved every minute of it! The students at Bentonville High School who participated in “30 Days 4 Change” did an amazing job. With the help of Scott Herron, Teacher and Student Advisor, the groups were able to accomplish a tremendous amount for local organizations. We are

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dateMay 12, 2012 userPosted by:

Help-Portrait NWA 2012 Senior Session

For many of us our senior year of high school is all about planning a senior trip, getting your senior photos taken, no longer worrying about our ACT score and anticipating the exciting future on the horizon. For others, their senior year is full of worries and stresses, usually things that young adults shouldn’t have

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dateApril 28, 2012 userPosted by:

It’s Spring Harvest Time!

This week we will begin the work of harvesting the first spring crops & begin food distribution. It’s a busy and exciting time at The Farm & the fruits of everyone’s labor is finally being seen. We could use a little rain, but there is some in the forecast for this week. We have a

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dateApril 27, 2012 userPosted by:

30 Days for Change

The “30 days 4 Change” student groups from Bentonville High School have been hard at work with their local nonprofit partners (Samaritan Community Center, 99 Balloons, Life Source, Saving Grace, and 7 Hills)! The month of April has been busy as the groups  continue to implement their impact campaigns. The group partnered with SAMCC is planning a

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dateApril 20, 2012 userPosted by:

Art in the Park…3 Bags in 2 Days

This past Saturday was the launch of 3 Bags in 2 Days new “Art in the Park” initiative! We had been saying for a few months that if 1 person paints, then we will count it as a success….well, after a week of hitting up multiple community meals, churches, and other events with hundreds of

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dateApril 17, 2012 userPosted by:

Celebrating Earth Day with Project 7

Thursday, April 19th is Earth Day & the Cobblestone Project is partnering with Project 7 to “Save the Earth” by planting fruit trees that will provide food for families in Northwest Arkansas. Project 7 has teamed up with Walmart, Caribou Coffee, and other retailers to plant 2 million fruit trees back into the earth through

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dateApril 15, 2012 userPosted by:

Summer Planting Starting!

Activities at The Farm are right on schedule & with the incredible weather we have been experiencing we are expecting a great harvest in the coming weeks.  We’ve starting planting some of our summer crops to include tomatoes, okra, bush beans, and peas. Our Spring crops are doing great to include lots of potatoes, broccoli,

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