The Brown in Washington program is the product of a partnership between the Swearer Center and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. Participants in the Brown in Washington program spend a semester in Washington, D.C., where they intern with a public or nonprofit agency while completing coursework with faculty from the Watson Institute.
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|At Walmart, engaging in our local communities is an important part of our culture. Working with GivePulse and its partner, Network for Good, WalmartGivesNWA will take place from June 8th to August 23rd. During this time, Walmart will match charitable contributions for eligible donations and volunteer hours serving eligible Northwest Arkansas nonprofits, subject to the below guidelines.|
|VOLUNTEERISM: Walmart will make a grant through GivePulse matching eligible volunteer hours by community members or associates equal to $10 in honor of each volunteer hour, up to a maximum total volunteer matching amount of $1,000,000. Details on eligibility of volunteer hours are below.|
|ASSOCIATE DONATION: Walmart will match completed eligible donations made by associates through GivePulse on a 2:1 basis during the WalmartGivesNWA timeframe, up to a maximum total donation matching amount of $1,000,000. Details on eligibility of matching donations are below.|