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Helping others plays an important role at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton. In fact, we’ve helped many clients overcome adversity.

Their perseverance and bright spirits inspired us to recognize and share stories of local heroes who continue to make positive differences in the community.

Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope is passionate about sharing insight and education about the core causes of human trafficking and exploitation with communities so they can have an opportunity to address these injustices at their origin as opposed to constantly treating symptoms of the crimes. The education provided helps increase situational understanding, reduces stigmatization of victims, and empowers communities to effectively take action against trafficking in their regions. In addition to educating communities about this issue, Hub of Hope provides an array of victim services, including direct and indirect services. We are proud to financially partner with this group by awarding them as our monthly vending machine charity winner.

The Confess Project

The Confess Project

The Confess Project is committed to building a culture of mental health for boys, men of color, and their families through capacity building, advocacy, organizing, and movement building. Through mentorship, the Barbers Coalition, a Film & Entertainment program, and other enterprises, they are changing the narrative of mental health for young men of color and their families. Their dedicated work to the young black and brown men have earned them this month’s vending machine charity award winner.

Women and Children First

Women and Children First

Women and Children First have been providing a way for families to escape family violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking for years. By offering a myriad of programs, including emergency shelter, children’s programs, court advocacy, transitional housing, and adult education, they work hard to protect the lives and dignity of victims of abuse. Even during a pandemic, we are honored to present Women and Children First as this month’s first virtual recipient of our vending machine charity donation.
Cov’s Kids

Cov’s Kids

Founded by Little Rock native, Tommy Covington, Cov’s Kids is a mentoring program designed to empower at-risk youth in the greater Little Rock community to make positive life choices that enable them to maximize their personal potential in both their community and family. Through outdoor activities such as fishing and bow hunting, Cov’s Kids helps teach self-confidence and inspire life-long growth. More information about becoming a Cov’s Kid or a mentor, can be found on their website. Rainwater, Holt & Sexton is delighted to honor this month’s vending machine charity award to Cov’s Kids.

Parkview High School JROTC

Parkview High School JROTC

Parkview High School JROTC is a military program, affiliated with the U.S. Navy, that is designed to offer high school students motivation and leadership experiences to become better citizens. This program raises funding to support youth interested in joining the military by sending them to leadership camp, and by offering scholarships for graduating seniors who want to further their education in this career. After receiving a live presentation of colors, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton was excited to present Parkview R.O.T.C. with this month’s vending machine charity donation.

Children’s Advocacy Alliance

Children’s Advocacy Alliance

This month’s vending machine charity donation went to the Children’s Advocacy Alliance. Located in Conway and Clinton, their mission is to provide hope, healing, and a voice for justice for abused and neglected children in our community. They provide a safe place for kids to work through abuse by offering mental health services, exams, and crisis interventions. Along with this month’s charity donation, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton’s Conway office also held a coat drive to provide coats to children who need them

Centers for Youth and Families 

Centers for Youth and Families 

The Centers for Youth & Families is a family for families working together to support each other and the families served. There are several programs offered, including programs for at-risk youth, foster families, and human trafficking. The Centers is focused on the quality of care that is provided to the children and families. Their mission is to provide specialized prevention, intervention, and treatment services that promote emotional and social wellness for children and families in Arkansas. We are so honored to contribute to The Centers for Youth and Families with this month’s vending machine charity donation.

100 Black Men of LR

100 Black Men of LR

The mission of the 100 Black Men of Little Rock, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans. Through leadership, mentoring, education, 100 Black Men of Little Rock aim to enable African Americans in their communities and workplace. Rainwater, Holt & Sexton is delighted to donate to this empowering organization.

Greers Ferry Volunteer Ambulance

Greers Ferry Volunteer Ambulance

This month’s vending machine charity donation goes to the Greers Ferry Ambulance Unit. It is the only Arkansas EMS organization that provides its services completely free of charge to its residents and visitors. Relying only on grants and donations, Greers Ferry EMS needs the funds to be available every day and night of the year. It is our privilege to help this great first responder group who helps fellow Arkansans in emergency situations.

Carthage Water Shortage

Carthage Water Shortage

Recently, the small town of Carthage in Dallas County, experienced devastation with one of our basic needs, water. The only well that provides water to the town, collapsed upon itself leaving the 300 residents with no water. Because the damage is so bad, they need to drill a new well, which would usually take up to six months to get the funding and start building. Until then, Carthage residents still need water. Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, as well as several other businesses, have helped to donate to the cause. We are happy to help with this month’s charity machine donation.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. When parts of the lungs don’t work correctly, then infections, infections, and respiratory failure can cause complications. We are always so privileged to contribute to the great works of the CFF Arkansas Chapter as one of our own employees is affected by Cystic Fibrosis.

Caring Hearts Pregnancy Center

Caring Hearts Pregnancy Center

Caring Hearts Pregnancy Center, formerly known as Crisis Pregnancy Center of Central Arkansas, is a Christian faith-based non-profit. Caring Hearts Pregnancy Center exists to assist women and their families who are experiencing a crisis pregnancy to find Godly solutions to their problems by fostering a Christ-like view of human life and sexuality in a non-judgmental environment. By walking alongside anyone that chooses to give life, the Crisis Pregnancy Center educates with parenting classes, bible studies and maternity needs. Rainwater, Holt & Sexton is honored to present this grand organization with this month’s vending machine charity donation.

P.A.T.H.

P.A.T.H.

This month, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton chose Partners Against Trafficking Humans (P.A.T.H.) as their monthly vending machine charity winner. The mission of PATH is to advocate for those victimized by the sex-industry by providing a safe environment where healing can occur, making success possible and dreams achievable. Armed with a substantial amount of resources like a 24-hour helpline, education, and treatment options, PATH is committed to helping the victims of sex trafficking. We are so pleased to support such a tremendous organization.

Gunnar’s Purpose

Gunnar’s Purpose

Founded in 2018 by Aaron Scott and Jodi Chassells after the death of Gunnar, their son. Gunnar’s Purpose was created to bring awareness and education to the peer pressure that comes along with being a student. The stress of a teen when it comes to drugs and alcohol, social media, and feeling like an outsider can be hard. Speaking to schools, after-school programs, churches, and other various programs, Gunnar’s Purpose aims to honor Gunnar’s memory by teaching young adults about how to navigate these hardships. It is our privilege to contribute to such a great program with this month’s vending machine charity donation.

Faulkner County Animal Shelter

Faulkner County Animal Shelter

This month’s vending machine charity winner is The Humane Society of Faulkner County (HSFC). This 501c3 nonprofit animal advocacy and rescue organization is run by all volunteers. Their funding comes exclusively from local donations, fundraisers, and grants. Their mission is to help pet owners and their animals through spay/neuter assistance programs, affordable vaccination clinics, pet food donations, and financial aid for sick and injured animals. We are pleased to donate to such a great organization.

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