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Trails of Love Christmas Give-away

Arkansas Back to School Events

For 6  years our Back to School events have empowered and helped many children and familes to prepare kids for the first day of school in the state of Arkansas. From tears of overjoyed parents to kids  sporting stylish backpacks and the latest haircuts our events are known to create a boost of confidence within each child. We have hosted events in Southwest region of AR, the Delta, NWA , and now Texas. 

Pine Bluff Boys & Girls Club Back To School Event in Partnership with Walmart & LHSolutions

Light House Solutions create a partnership  between the local Walmart Super Center and Jefferson county Boys and  Girls Club helping them create their first succesful back to school event in Pine Bluff Arkansas.  On August. 512 kids received  school uniforms, back pack full of supplies and for the boys free hair cuts to get a jumpstart for school.   We were able to  get Walmart to donate $6500.00 plus uniforms towards the event. 

2016 Trails of Love Holiday Give Away to Assisted Living Facilities in NWA

During the 2016 Christmas Holidays, Light House Solutions partnered with  community organization 23Break-Through for the 6th year to kick off their Trails of Love Event in the State of ARkansas . This year to kick off the event we wanted to spread moments of Awesomeness to Assisted Living Facilites in  Fayetteville, Arkansas. Walmart Stores donated christmas trees to help us in our efforts we sent volunteers from Arkansas Job Corp, Walmart employees and our very own Trails of love team to help Clarity Pointe, and Katherines Place decorate their facility with Christmas decorations followed by singing Christmas Carols to the residents at Brookstone Assisted Living. 

2016 Lafayette County 1st Community Peace Meeting

July  2016 Light House Solutions partnered with non-profit organization Lafayette County Leadership Council to host it's first ever  community peace meeting.  The mission was bring Lafayette County Police Department and the community together to combat the violence that was happening  around the world. Many residents came out to the Lafayette County Court House to hear the voice of  Community pastors, leaders and the Police department on how they were going  to create a better trusting  relationship with the people in the community especially the youth. 

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