Beginning Friday, April 3, Startup Junkie will lead a three-part series focused on leadership in crisis.
The Fayetteville Roots Festival is offering meals for musicians on April 2-3.
Leverett Lounge owners, Hannah Withers and Ben Gitchel, launched the Feed the Heard program this week.
A webinar set for Tuesday, March 31 at 2 p.ml CST has been organized by the Americans for the Arts.
We all need to do our part to help flatten the curve, but you’ve got to eat! So, to continue offering services during our current situation, many Fayetteville restaurants and establishments that serve prepared food are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery.
If you’re able to, we ask that you please help support Fayetteville’s local businesses.
Check out the list of Fayetteville restaurants that are offering takeout, curbside and delivery services. Updated April 30.
United Way of Northwest Arkansas implements a fund to support local community members impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
The fund will begin in April and the first phase grants will fund nonprofits to assist with immediate needs of economically vulnerable populations in the areas of health, education and financial stability.
The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is hosting multiple webinars for small businesses beginning March 25.
Topics include applying for SBA Economic Injury Loans, Taking Business Online and many more.
Movista, a Northwest Arkansas software development company, has launched SupportLocalNWA.com.
Support Local NWA allows local businesses to offer their gift cards online and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the business.
Local restaurants have recently launched the Fayetteville Independent Restaurant Association (FAYIRA) to help all displaced bar and restaurant workers in the city.
FAYIRA is collecting donations through their website for the Fayetteville Hospitality Workers Fund. The fund will assist in helping bar/restaurant workers cover rent, utilities, transportation, food and groceries.
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