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Gambles Gives Back

In 2017, as part of our Gambles Gives Back Initiative, Gamble Home launched the Buy a Bed, Give a Bed program. With every qualifying mattress sold, we will donate a twin sized mattress to a local foster family in need. We are working with local non-profit Foster groups and charities to ensure that all of our donations are given where they are needed most. Our goal is to provide every foster child in our area with a place to rest their heads.

Operation Shop Local Giveback is Gamble Home's annual Toy, Shoe, and Coat drive. This drive began years ago with the intention to help local foster children be able to enjoy the same kind of Christmas and winter that the children of the Gamble families are able to enjoy. This initiative proved to be very successful early on and has continued to flourish with the support of community members and local businesses alike. Operation Shop Local Giveback has a reputation for donating all items and monetary donations to the local children's shelters: the Paragould Children's Home and the Walnut Ridge Children's Shelter. It is our hope to continue the growth of this giveback through community involvement. We challenge all local businesses to participate in helping our local children.

The annual Gamble Home backpack drive strives to provide for the needs present in the community every August. This drive allows the people of the community to give back to those in need by donating new backpacks, shoes, and school supplies for all ages. This drive has also had the opportunity to launch a new phase, Operation Pack the Snacks. Operation Pack the Snacks focuses specifically on helping area schools stock their food pantries with non perishable foods and new backpacks for their districts weekend backpack programs. We have seen tremendous growth over the past few years in our ability to give and we would not be where we are today without the support and contributions of our loyal customers. Thank you for supporting the Gamble Home Backpack Drive!

Gamble Home not only takes the initiative to create new giveback programs in the community, but also partners with existing programs in the area. These programs range from partnerships with other foster care givebacks, veteran's organizations, healthcare programs, and more. Check out some of the photos below!

Rivers of Recovery

Rivers of Recovery is dedicated to providing rehabilitation to physically and psychologically injured combat veterans through innovative, outdoor-based therapies and pioneering research. They strive to provide their participants with therapeutic programs which result in measurable and sustainable improvement. Their programs are designed to re-enable and re-energize participants and provide the support and self-confidence necessary to maximize long-term recovery. Our partnership with this organization ranges from tournament style fundraisers, hosting functions, and donation items for their fundraisers.

NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation

The NEA Clinic Charitable Foundation was formed in 2001 by the physician leadership of the NEA Clinic as a way to give back to their community. With a mission of helping change lives throughout the Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri regions, the physicians wanted to create programs that would meet the needs they were seeing among their patients and the community. It is our honor to partner with the Foundation to keep pushing programs such as HopeCircle, the Center for Good Grief, and the medical workers associated with NEA forward.