Our Promise:Unprecedented child health. Defined and delivered.
Reaching More Children In More Ways
Each year, more than 2,500 people come together as champions for children to raise money for Arkansas Children’s Northwest. Due to COVID-19, the gala and golf tournament will look a bit different this year. Instead of a live gala, we will host the Color of Hope Online Matching Fund Drive from July 30–August 13. Donations will be generously matched up to $100,000 by our Champion Sponsor, The Willard & Pat Walker Charitable Foundation, Inc., and up to $50,000 by our Presenting Sponsor, SC Johnson. The Will Golf 4 Kids Tournament, founded in 1993 by Walmart, will be hosted at Topgolf in Rogers on Friday, September 18.
Together, we have raised more than $18 million for children.
Your generous support directly impacts children in Northwest Arkansas and beyond.
Because of your generosity, more than 200,000 children now have access to specialized, pediatric healthcare close to home at the region’s first and only children’s hospital—Arkansas Children’s Northwest. Children benefit from a 24-hour pediatric emergency department, inpatient unit, outpatient clinics and infusion center, and surgical services.
Your sponsorship also promotes pediatric cancer awareness and expands the hematology/oncology program at Arkansas Children’s Northwest. All funds raised from the golf tournament and gala support the addition of a pediatric oncologist, nurses and support team members for the program, and central monitoring systems in the inpatient unit. Your investment also helps provide additional pharmacology services, allowing the team to prepare more complex treatments and keep children close to home throughout their cancer treatment.
CHILDREN in the rapidly growing pediatric population now receive top-notch care close to home.
SQUARE FOOT state-of-the-art facility provides healthcare services specifically tailored for children.
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT exam rooms in the region’s first and only pediatric emergency department
MINUTES OR LESS The time it takes for 70% of the residents in Washington and Benton County to reach the campus.