The Diamond State Rodeo Association (DSRA) is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the country and western lifestyle within the gay community.
DSRA has a proud history of fund-raising for charitable organizations within our community. All members are volunteers who share our time and abilities to further this cause.
All money raised by the DSRA goes to local charities.
DSRA is an all-inclusive organization that recognizes all lifestyles and genders. We welcome anyone to become a member and to participate in our community efforts!
The DSRA is one of twenty member associations of the IGRA (International Gay Rodeo Association). The IGRA serves to foster the sport of rodeo amongst other country and western activities. IGRA along with its fellow member organizations such as DSRA donate thousands of dollars each year to charities.
Gay For Good mobilizes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+) and ally volunteers to promote diversity, foster inclusion and strengthen ties to the broader community.
Phone: (562) 684-8210
At Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church, we are young, old, male, female, white, black, biracial, multiracial, straight, gay, bisexual, single, dating, married, divorced, widowed, with children, without children, artistic, musical, witty, sober, seeking sobriety, rich, poor, mentally at peace, coping with mental illness, grieving, happy, healthy, sick, and injured.
When we walk through the doors of the sanctuary, we know we are home, loved, and treasured in spite of and because of who we are.
Phone: 501 375 1600
1601 S. Louisiana
Little Rock, AR 72206
Our mission at Seis Puentes is to empower the Latinx community in central Arkansas to use education and information to improve their socioeconomic position and create lasting generational change.
Phone: (501) 246
4202A Camp Robinson Road
North Little Rock, AR 72118
Puppy Up Little Rock promotes awareness and education of canine cancer. Daring to dream of a world where cancer is not one of the top killers of our pets, we host a walk every November and a silent auction to fundraise for cancer research. Comparative oncology searches for similarities between the cancers that strike our children, our parents, and our pets.
From a cat rescue and adoption group, we have grown to a focused rescue aimed at reducing the number of unwanted animals in Arkansas. Our Operation Jack Program, FuRR’s feral cat Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) program has been saving the lives of hundreds of feral and stray cats since its beginning in the summer of 2007. Additionally, we offer spay/neuter assistance for these cats that are brought to our clinic. While they are there, they are vaccinated and treated for parasites (fleas/ticks/worms) before they are re-released, thereby, preventing the birth and suffering of even more cats in Arkansas. Financial support is always welcome as are donations of food and supplies; please consider setting up an annual sponsorship to help our efforts.
We are an open and affirming community of faith that believes all are allowed to come into God’s presence to worship and fellowship. Becoming an inclusive community of faiths involves all ages coming together to worship and express our love for God. We experience His love for all of us, on a daily basis, in a safe and loving community. Our current outreach Ongoing Ministries include Hope Ministries Food Pantry, the Tom Dammen Memorial Smile Train Drive and Lions Club International. When you come in the door, expect warm greetings and lots of hugs! If all that hugging isn’t in your comfort zone, just say hello and stick out your hand!
Phone: (501) 851 - 3355
4303 East Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118