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Spreading holiday cheer in Arkansas
Toys are given to children visiting the hospital

 A trip to the hospital can be scary for any of us – especially children. Our employees at Arkansas Gas came up with a way to help.

During the recent holiday season, members of the Contact Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, sold candy canes to raise money for toys to be donated to the Arkansas Children’s Northwest Hospital in Springdale, Arkansas. Toys are given to children visiting the hospital throughout the year to help raise their spirits and keep them occupied.

This year our employees raised $450 – enough to buy 55 presents for kids of all ages!

Thank you to everyone who donated. Well done, team!

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