Friendship Pediatrics Services, Russellville

Friendship Foundation’s mission is to secure philanthropic and voluntary resources in support of Friendship Community Care. This support ensures our clients receive quality service that empowers them to live lives of dignity and independence.


Mudbug Madness: April (date TBD) in Springdale

Annual Giving: Annual gifts or recurring monthly gifts can be donated and may be designated to the area of your choosing.

Major Gifts: Gifts of $10,000 or more may be made as one-time gifts or over a four-year period to help support a specific program, therapies, various capital needs or equipment.

Planned Giving: You may choose to leave a legacy gift through your estate using deferred assets such as IRAs, trusts, gift annuities, wills, etc.


Founding Funders: This inaugural initiative for the Friendship Foundation helps fund new strategic planning priorities. $2,500 x four years.

Programmatic: Select a specific program for children or adults to help provide our clients with an exceptional experience.

Therapeutic: Help support our speech, physical and occupational therapy programs to provide state-of-the-art equipment.

Pediatrics: Help provide our infants and children with state-of-the-art services and equipment to help meet their needs.

Friendship Pediatrics Services, Russellville

Friendship Pediatrics Services, Russellville

Friendship Foundation
P.O. Drawer 2109
Russellville, AR 72811

Established: 2019
Service Area: Arkansas

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT: Michael Hutchison | 501.336.5500


  • 2,600+
    Clients served throughout Arkansas, aged six weeks old through their life span
  • 54
    Facilities throughout the state that provide specialized therapies and treatments, as well as day and living communities
  • 1,600+
    Employed individuals who provide specialized care, treatment and therapies for our clients
  • 49
    Years providing services to and for Arkansans

We are one of the largest, if not the largest, nonprofits in the state providing services to those with intellectual, developmental and behavioral needs.


Jimmy Streett, Chair

Hunter Bale
Marcia Brown
Johnny Chambers
Craig Cloud
Luke Duffield
Greg Hatcher
Vickie Henderson
Michael Hutchison
Andy McNeill
Libby Schaller
Gordon Shirron
Clay Young