Funding and Assistance
Arkansas Community & Economic Development Alliance
Is your community, organization or business looking for help and not sure where to go? Whether you are looking for information about technical assistance or funding through grants or loans, the Arkansas Community & Economic Development Alliance (ACEDA) is here to help. ACEDA is an informal network with representatives from government agencies and organizations supporting Arkansas communities, regions, nonprofits, businesses and other organizations.
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service is proud to be a founding member of ACEDA. It exists because no single organization can do it all. We all need to work together to make a positive difference in Arkansas.
Our goals are to:
- Provide information and assistance to Arkansas local governments, organizations and businesses about resources available.
- Provide networking opportunities for Alliance partners.
The group meets quarterly to discuss projects in need of assistance. Representatives from partner organizations also communicate with each other by phone and email regarding projects in need of immediate assistance.
Browse the ACEDA Resource Guide to learn about agencies working to serve Arkansas,
How can you contact us for help?
Next Meeting: July 11, 2018 10:00 am-noon (Cooperative Extension Service Headquarters (2301 South University Avenue, Little Rock)
Featured Speaker: Wanda Merritt, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Agenda: July 11, 2018
Show Me the Money: A Guide to Funding & Financing Community and Economic Development in Your Community or Region
Check out Extension's guide to identifying resources to implement community and economic development projects in your community or region.