Mount Sequoyah | Making a Mark on the Mountain
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Making a Mark on the Mountain

03 Mar Making a Mark on the Mountain

Mount Sequoyah Center, Inc. is one of hundreds of non-profit organizations in northwest Arkansas, and we are proud of the unique thread that we weave in this tapestry of good. While other non-profits have straightforward goals to aid refugees, help victims of abuse on their road to recovery, or boost the literacy skills of our citizens, Mount Sequoyah aims to strengthen our community through providing the space, services and environment that foster the realization of these missions. We do all of this in a very cost-effective way in order to help those who are helping others, and keep that circle of good going.

A short list of humanitarian heroes that we have had the honor of hosting or directly supporting recently includes:

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

99 Balloons

Washington Regional Hospice

Buffalo River Watershed Alliance

Children’s Safety Center

KUAF National Public Radio 91.3

Tibetan Cultural Institute of Arkansas

Childcare Worldwide

OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

Camp Kesem

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Children International

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Add to this countless schools, university departments and organizations, faith-based groups, even Symphony of Northwest Arkansas musicians and dance or yoga retreat participants, and you have a healthier, stronger, more sustainable and enlightened community. Mount Sequoyah has been in the heart of Fayetteville, literally and figuratively, since 1922; we love our community and know that we are all better…together.

–  Rebecca Liles, Director of Hospitality