Fayetteville Public Library Foundation
The Fayetteville Public Library Foundation was formed in 1999 to financially support the efforts of the Fayetteville Public Library. The Foundation acts as the fundraising branch for the library and manages all monetary donations and endowments and allocates proceeds to various library programs.
To learn more about the Foundation – or to make a donation – please visit their website.
Fayetteville Public Library
Fayetteville Public Library has been empowering citizens with free and public access to knowledge for 100 years. In 2005, Fayetteville Public Library was named Library Journal/Gale Library of the Year. The library continues to offer innovative programming and services to the community, as it has done since its inception.
Fayetteville Public Schools
Fayetteville Public Schools was the rst public school district chartered in the state of Arkansas and was the first to voluntarily integrate its schools. Long recognized as one of the top school districts in the state and region for the performance of our students in academics, arts, athletics and leadership, the district’s mission is to ensure all students are successful in a highly competitive and rapidly changing global society.
University of Arkansas Program in Creative Writing and Translation
For 50 years, the Program in Creative Writing and Translation at the University of Arkansas has served as a training ground for some of the nation’s best writers. It ranks in the top 40 MFA programs nationwide, according to Poets & Writers magazine. The Atlantic Monthly named it among the “Top Five Most Innovative” MFA programs in the country.
Fayetteville Public Education Foundation
The Fayetteville Public Education strenthening the community and em- Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides grants teachers for innovative and pioneering programs that further enhance Fayetteville Public School students’ exceptional education. The foundation’s Jim Blair Author and Lecture Series endowment brings high-quality writers to students within the school district.