Shear Kindess Updates & Thoughts (from Chandra Perkins)

From Chandra… When we first started Shear Kindness in Aug of 2008, we had the idea of getting one salon committed to serving one location in need regularly. Now almost a year and a half later Mia Bella has sucessfully been serving and building relationships with the children and women at Restoration Village. As we continue those relationships, it is also our goal to branch out by connecting other salons in the area with others in need to serve them on a regular basis. We also have many other long term goals and some one hit wonders on the drawing board. Right now we have so many...

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Video from October Siloam Springs Laundry Love

Laundry Love in Siloam Springs Thank you to everyone who makes Laundry Love possible!  You’re truly amazing! For more information on how to get plugged in to Laundry Love in NW Arkansas, visit the Laundry Love Initiative Page or send an email to...

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NWA Morning News video on Volunteerism featuring The Garden!

Story about the Garden initiative from the NWA Morning News (NWAOnline.net) by Anna Fry For more info on how to get plugged in with The Garden, visit the The Garden Initiative Page or send email to...

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Update on The Garden Feeding Initiative (from Rick Boosey)

  Four weekends into Cobblestone’s support of the The Garden Initiative, things are moving really fast.  We asked Rick to give us a quick update on his thoughts and some potential next steps. From Rick Boosey, Caretaker of World Garden When we started feeding those less fortunate, we had a vision to feed 5,000 per week. We knew that we couldn’t do it by ourselves, and so when we connected with Cobblestone Project, we knew there were possibilities far beyond anything our team could do alone. The first month of the "Garden" has exceeded our expectations,...

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Community D.C.

the forecast for this coming Saturday in NW Arkansas shows a low of 33 degrees which means fall is at hand and winter is on the way. The Cobblestone Project team is asking for our community to come together and collect extra winter needs that we may have around our homes so that they may be given to those without. We are kicking off the Cobblestone Project DC (Distribution &¬†collection) efforts and are trying to collect the following items: Coats Gloves Blankets Sleeping bags Socks Winter hats Long johns Boots Toiletries Here’s what you can do to help: Organize a Cold Weather...

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