Baxter Day Service Center in Mountain Home, Ark., has new signage thanks to a $2,000 grant from the Arvest Foundation.
In addition to serving as one of the area’s primary recycling facilities, Baxter Day Service Center helps provide jobs for people with disabilities.
“We thank the Arvest Foundation for supporting our efforts to improve our facility, which provides valuable services to our community and its people,” said Paul Neal, executive director of Baxter Day Service Center. “Our mission includes helping people with disabilities in North Central Arkansas reach their maximum potential and that wouldn’t be possible without backing from organizations like the Arvest Foundation.”
Scott Copeland, community president for Arvest Bank in Mountain Home, said the grant reflects the bank’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
“We are grateful for the opportunities that Baxter Day Service Center provides our community in terms of jobs, as well as a much-needed service to the public,” Copeland said. “We are delighted to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation.”