RazorFest Grant Winners Celebrate with Champions for Kids

RazorFest Grant Winners Celebrate with Champions for Kids

Each year at RazorFest, Champions for Kids gives grants to organizations that work to improve the lives of kids, families and communities. Congratulations to the following organizations!

One-CommunityOneCommunity
OneCommunity is a non-profit organization founded in Northwest Arkansas whose mission is to promote communities working together to enhance the quality of life of all people through use of best practices and outreach services that improve health, education, and leadership skills.

Children’s Safety Center
Every year, hundreds of children in the Northwest Arkansas area are robbed of their dreams, robbed of their self-esteem and robbed of their childhood by physical and sexual abuse. Children’s Safety Center (CSC) is a child-friendly, family-centered facility, located in the JTL Shop in Springdale, AR that coordinates the complex investigation, prosecution and treatment services to these child victims of sexual and physical abuse in Washington County.

Yvonne Richardson Community Center The Yvonne Richardson Community Center is a non-profit organization which promotes educational and recreational activities for the multi-cultural population of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The center was constructed when a group of citizens felt a need to provide a safe, structured environment in which people would be given the opportunity to benefit from positive programs and policies.

Teen Action Support Network Teen Action Support Center (TASC) is a nonprofit organization that  encourage youth ages 13-19 to realize their full potential by providing free support services that promote the development of responsible and productive members of the community.

Life Source
LifeSource International is a non-profit organization in Fayetteville, Arkansas whose mission is to give a hand up,  not just a hand out. The primary objective is to instill positive values and living skills in children, adults, and senior citizens in a welcoming, non-threatening environment. All services are offered free of charge, to anyone in need of the service regardless of race, religious belief, language, or residency.

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