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Adopted Hospitals


As of right now we are in the hospitals listed below.

If you or your business or organization would like the honor of sponsoring all of the plates in one hospital for an entire year, we recommend this level of donation.  For $1,200 every plate distributed by the partner hospital will  be funded by your gift.  Your family or business name will be painted on the back of every plate used at your adopted hospital.

UAMS

Little Rock Children's -adopted by Miller McNeil Woodruff Foundation unlimited time

Baptist  Heath Little Rock-adopted by Merrill Lynch Little Rock 2012

St. Vincent Little Rock

Baptist North Little Rock

Conway Regional

Washington Regional- NWA adopted by the Miller McNeil Woodruff Foundation 2012

Mercy NWA - adopted by J.B. Hunt Transport Inc. 2012 & 2013

Northwest Medical Center Bentonville

Willow Creek Women's Hospital- adopted by Mellow Mushroom of Fayetteville and Rogers 2012

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