Walton Family Foundation’s Support of EforAll NWA Chapter Surpasses  Million

Walton Family Foundation’s Support of EforAll NWA Chapter Surpasses $1 Million

The Massachusetts-based nonprofit Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) has received additional funding from the Walton Family Foundation (WFF) in Bentonville for its Northwest Arkansas chapter.

A two-year grant of $700,000 will be used to support the activities of the organization’s English- and Hispanic-language entrepreneurship program in 2023 and 2024.

Since launching in March 2021, EforAll and its Spanish language offering, EparaTodos, have helped 28 businesses in Northwest Arkansas, 88% of which are female-owned and 74% owned by BIPOC.

Since launch, the WFF’s total amount to EforAll’s Northwest Arkansas chapter is $1.05 million.

“As EforAll works to lower the barriers to driving inclusive entrepreneurship throughout Northwest Arkansas, we want to thank business and community leaders who have supported the growth of the program in our first year,” said Rodrigo Salas, executive director at EforAll Northwest Arkansas, in a press release. .

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