GK Partners

Global Kids Arkansas (GK-AR) is pleased to offer members of the business community a special opportunity to support the Global Kids organization. Sponsorship of our events and/or educational programs shows your commitment to a strong nonprofit sector, allows you to connect with nonprofit leaders, and demonstrates good corporate citizenship.

We hope you’ll consider joining us as a business partner. Your support means a great deal to us, the children we serve, and the millions of global citizens they will one day serve.

For more information about sponsorship, and to learn how it can benefit your company, contact Chane Morrow at (646) 373-4471 or gkar2014@gmail.com.

We recognize and thank the following foundations, companies, individuals for their support of Global Kids Arkansas in fiscal year 2013/14

A philanthropic organization created by kids, for kids, focuses fundraising efforts on improving health care, education, and exposure to the arts so that children can be safe, enjoy life, and succeed. 

The first school in the nation to offer a Master of Public Service (MPS) degree, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service gives students the knowledge and experience to further their careers in the areas of nonprofit, governmental, volunteer or private sector service. 


Arkansas Business Publishing Group specializes in niche magazine publishing, which brings together targeted audiences and advertisers that want to reach them. Their mission is to profitably disseminate a variety of high-quality information in a model work environment that has a positive effect on the community. 


Charles Stewart former CEO of Heifer International 

Mr. Charles Stewart is the former CEO of Heifer International. Mr. Stewart has been appointed to many state and federal boards including the Arkansas State Police Commission; Federal Small Business Advisory Council; Arkansas IOLTA Foundation; Arkansas Repertory Theater; and Advisory Board of the National Institute of Health of Washington, D.C. Stewart was also the first African American appointed to the Board of Arkansas Industrial Development Commission where he served as Chairman of the Marketing Committee with oversight of the Brussels, Taipei and Tokyo office of AIDC. Charles has also been a member of two trade missions, 1985 and 1988, to Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan.