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Dr. Jones is sworn into a second term on the Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging by El Dorado City Clerk, Heather McVay.

Interfaith Clinic partners with Volunteer Medical Interpretation Services (VMIS) through Emory University.

Interfaith Clinic, a SHARE Foundation agency, held a ceremony to rename its laboratory in honor of Kerry Murphree, APRN. 

Thanks to the late Dr. Warren S. and Wilma “Billie” Riley, their son Warren M. Riley, and SHARE Foundation, the legacy of Dr. Warren Riley lives on.

SHARE Foundation offers several scholarships for individuals pursuing: health-related careers with a long-term focus on those pursuing their master’s in nursing; bachelor’s or master’s degree in social work, psychology, or mental health counseling; or public education careers in grades K-12.

SHARE Foundation has put together a calendar of summer activities that you can access to determine what is available.

SHARE Foundation welcomes Holly Monroe as the new director of Interfaith Clinic

SHARE Foundation relocates the 40-year-old "History of Arkansas" art sculptures.

Drive Through Prescription Drug Take-Back event on Saturday, April 30 from 10 am -2 pm at the Walgreens Pharmacy Drive Through at the corner of North West Avenue and Griffith Street.

SHARE Foundation is asking Union County residents to provide honest input by completing a survey to help us identify needs in our county.

At SHARE Foundation’s Annual Employee Meetings, Dr. Brian Jones, President/CEO, announced the “Linda Stringfellow Spirit of SHARE” Award winners for 2021.

Applications for Summer 2022 Scholarships available from SHARE Foundation must be submitted prior to April 1.

SHARE Foundation welcomes Rev. Barry Dobson as the new Chaplaincy Coordinator for the Medical Center of South Arkansas.

Dating violence is more common than people think, especially among teens and young adults. Dating violence can take place in person, online, or through technology. It is a type of “intimate partner violence” that can include physical and sexual violence, psychological aggression, and stalking. The good news is violence is preventable. Here are eight things you can do to prevent teen dating violence.

HealthWorks Fitness Center welcomes new General Manager, Holly Wood

SHARE Foundation’s AmeriCorps VISTAs, Anjanett Kemp and Angela Means participated in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade in El Dorado, AR.

Members of the 2021 SHARE Benefit Golf Tournament Committee and a representative from First Financial Bank, the tournament Title Sponsor, gathered to announce the proceeds from the 28th Annual First Financial Bank/SHARE Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament.

5 reasons to consider locking up all medications, marijuana, and alcohol during the holiday season.

SHARE Foundation would like to introduce a new VISTA member who has recently joined their team, Angela Means, as the Hospice Family Support VISTA.

Jill Weinischke, Community Impact Manager for SHARE Foundation, was awarded the Jim Smith Lifetime Achievement Award by the Arkansas Prevention Network at their meeting last week in Rogers, AR.

Interfaith Clinic along with other Charitable Clinics across the state was featured in Arkansas Money and Politics Magazine.

The SHARE Foundation's Violence Intervention Plan (VIP) Mental Health, Substance, and Drug Abuse (MHSDA) Coalition was recently awarded the DHHS-CDC Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program Grant for 2021 - 2026.

SHARE Foundation welcomes new Board of Directors member Mindy West. 

If you are involved in any effort that proactively addresses crime and violence prevention and/or intervention in Union County, SHARE Foundation wants to work with you. Grant funding for the VIP is January – December and applications must be submitted by October 15, 2021, at 11:45 p.m.  Qualifying organizations with measurable evidence-based programs that broadly address crime and violence intervention and prevention are eligible to apply.

As grandparents, the responsibility of raising grandchildren comes with rewards as well as challenges. When parent’s life circumstances change because of divorce, incarceration, work schedules, or even death, grandparents fill in to assume full or part-time responsibilities known as “kinship care.” Are you a grandparent or other extended family member with the role of parenting a child that is not yours and needs help trying to figure out how to keep your head above water?

Interfaith Clinic in partnership with Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation, is hosting a FREE Prostate Cancer Screening on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

Life Touch Hospice receives Hospice Honors for Third Straight Year

Managing Back-to-School stress during COVID-19

SHARE Foundation Accepting Grant Proposals for 2022 Grant Cycle. Applications must be submitted before October 15, 2021.

SHARE Foundation introduces Anjanett Kemp as the new Violence Intervention Plan (VIP) VISTA. VISTA is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that engages millions of Americans in service through national service programs such as AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and leading volunteer initiatives for the nation.

Interfaith Clinic has formed a partnership with the Volunteer Medical Interpretation Services (VMIS) program offered through Emory University.

SHARE Foundation was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in Arkansas. This eighth annual program was created by Arkansas Business and Best Companies Group.

Interfaith Clinic, an agency of SHARE Foundation, earned a Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program for the second year in a row.

2021 Youth Summer Activity Calendar Available

SHARE Foundation offers several scholarships for individuals pursuing health-related careers and one public education career. To be eligible for scholarship assistance applicants much have completed all pre-requisites and have a letter of acceptance into the specific program of study for health care or public education careers. Online applications must be submitted prior to July 1 for the fall semester.

At SHARE Foundation’s Annual Employee Meetings, Dr. Brian Jones, President and CEO, announced the “Linda Stringfellow Spirit of SHARE” Award winners for 2020.

Congratulations to Kerry Murphree, FNP, at Interfaith Clinic in El Dorado, Arkansas on being selected the 2021 Arkansas Nurse Practitioner Association Outstanding Nurse Practitioner.

Chaplaincy Services, an agency of SHARE Foundation, recently received a grant from Delek Fund for Hope. The grant funds will go towards purchasing iPad and accessories for Chaplaincy Services at the Medical Center of South Arkansas (MCSA).

SHARE Foundation Announces 2021 Grants to Union County Nonprofits

Two local AmeriCorps VISTAs, MaKenna Thomas and Chelsea Fagan, recently graduated from South Arkansas University with Bachelors of Arts in Public Health.  Both Thomas and Fagan volunteer full-time as AmeriCorps VISTAS at SHARE Foundation.

EL DORADO, Ark. (KTVE/KARD) — A mother and wife in El Dorado has been battling stage 4 breast cancer for 5 years and she’s sharing her story during Breast Cancer Awareness month.

“My first thoughts were how could this be happening,” Kerry Murphree remembered when she first received the diagnosis from doctors. “But I’m here 5 years later.”

HealthWorks Fitness Center’s Boomtown 5K Run and 2 Mile Walk fundraiser is going virtual! The dates for this new event will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 15th, and run through Wednesday, Sept. 30th, 2020.

HealthWorks Fitness Center received two new flags. Senator Trent Garner donated an Arkansas State Flag and Mary Foster, with WoodmenLife, donated an American flag. Both flags are now proudly displayed on the grounds of HealthWorks Fitness Center and were hung by Senator Garner and Veteran Edgar Brown, both HealthWorks members.

Interfaith Clinic, an agency of SHARE Foundation earned a 2020 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program.

The Hospice Honors is a landmark collection of hospices providing the best patient and caregiver experience. This prestigious annual review recognizes hospices that provide the highest level of quality as measured from the caregiver’s point of view. Life Touch Hospice, a SHARE Foundation agency, is one of those recognized.

The health and well-being of HealthWorks Fitness Center (HWF) members, participants, and staff is our highest priority.

“Linda Stringfellow Spirit of SHARE” Award Recipients Announced

Life Touch Hospice Receives Grant from Weyerhaeuser

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