THV 11 is proud to partner with businesses and organizations to help provide support and much needed items throughout our community. For those less fortunate, or hindered by disaster, we are proud to partner with agencies like The Salvation Army, The Red Cross and The Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial. Also, by raising awareness and providing important information in areas like women's heart health, breast self-awareness, diabetes and cancer support, we're making a difference in our community. To partner with THV 11, please contact Theba Lolley at (501) 244-4597 for more information on how to become involved with one of the many agencies or non-profit organizations we support.
Little Rock's 'Go Red for Women' luncheon is scheduled for May 15 this year.
Riverfest coordinators and THV 11 want to help provide a plan for kids and their families who become separated.
THV11 partners with the Thea Foundation to present the Thea Arts Festival each Spring in Argenta.
The groundbreaking for the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial took place March 23 in Little Rock.
THV11 is a proud media sponsor of the annual Walk To Defeat ALS.
This year's Little Rockers Kids Marathon takes place on Saturday, March 2. The goal is to get children moving, and in turn, to live healthier lives.
School is just around the corner. Kids will need pencils, paper and other items, but for some families it's a struggle just to get the basics.
Habitat for Humanity's ReStore locations accept donated items, which are re-sold to help the non-profit organization.
Today's THV and the American Cancer Society have partnered once for Relay For Life events. Walkers will go around the clock in the battle against cancer during the American Cancer Society Relays For Life this season.
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has grown dramatically since its founding in 1983 from a televised fundraiser in a small studio to one of the North America's leading children's charities.
Did you know that 1.4 million people will be diagnosed with cancer this year? Maybe you know someone who has cancer or is receiving treatment - a friend, relative or a coworker. And it's possible they travel to central Arkansas where a number of the nation's premier cancer treatment facilities are located.
Ernie Dodson had a dream of a new museum and performing arts center that provides a true representation about Arkansas' Afro-American culture and the contributions made by black Arkansans to the development of our state. This museum is called EMOBA-The Museum of Black Arkansans and Performing Arts Center (acronym-Ernie's Museum on Black Arkansans).
Today's THV is proud to support the Little Rock Animal Village and Education Center, a new state-of-the art facility for pets.