The Charles A. Frueauff Foundation seeks to be a true partner with the non-profit community, providing not only monetary assistance but also any available resources to assist in their development. The Foundations shared space program affords non-profits physical office space to help further their organizational missions.
Foundation non-profit tenants may reside with CAFF for a minimum of two years and up to five years. This additional benefit of reduced overhead means that non-profits can further stretch their budgets to better serve those in need.
In addition to full-time office space for selected tenants, CAFF provides ALL NONPROFITS access to the following:
Small Meeting Room
Resource Room/Foundation Center Cooperating Collection Site
TENANT LIST (2007 - Spring, 2017)
2007 Connect the Dots
2007-2011 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
2007-present Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Pulaski Co.
2008-2014 - ACE/Arkansas Nonprofit Alliance
2008 - Recordings for the Blind & Dyslexic (Learning Ally)
2009-2012 - City Connections
2013present - Arkansas Womens Foundation
2014 - Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund (statewide)
2014-2016 Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault
2017 to present Alex Blackwood Foundation for Hope
2017 to present - Communities Unlimited, Inc.
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Pulaski Countys mission is to enable high-potential, low-income single parents to achieve their goal of a college education. This is done by providing financial assistance, mentoring, and other support services.
Having our offices located in the Charles A. Frueauff Foundation offers much more than a sharing of physical resources. Our students feel welcomed and our friends and supporters feel confident. In this space, there is a positive energy which invites networking, information sharing, and resources. While we share equipment, meeting rooms, and physical space, we also share the commitment to serve the citizens of Arkansas. It is a great place to be! Karin L. Bara, Executive Director, Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Pulaski County.
Alex Blackwood Foundation for Hope is committed to "Breaking the Silence" about depression and suicide by connecting existing organizations and efforts throughout the country, networking the knowledge and resources to maximize their impact. The Foundation provides awareness and education for suicide prevention.
The mission of Communities Unlimited is working to transform communities and turn them into vibrant and thriving places for generations to come. Everything we do is with purpose - to create a place where you live and work, earn a livable wage, enjoy quality of life, and build local wealth.
The Women's Foundation of Arkansas's mission is to promote philanthropy among women and to help women and girls reach their full potential. WFA is a leader in making positive impacts for women and girls in Arkansas through its grant-making and Girls of Promise programs. It is the only Arkansas statewide foundation focused solely on women and girls.
"The synergy between the non-profits sharing this space is incredible! Being headquartered here offers not only beautiful office space and services, but also the ability to network with other non-profits serving the people of Arkansas. Sharing space with others in the non-profit realm, provides us a handy group of experts to seek advice from and bounce ideas off, and, at the same time, multiplies our knowledge of and reach to the many other non-profits working in our state. There could be no better environment in which a non-profit could be housed - it's a win-win-win for sure!" Lynnette Watts, Executive Director, Women's Foundation of Arkansas.