People Focused. Housing First.
The “New Beginnings Community” initiative is designed to be a self-managed Bridge Housing community for people in need of shelter.
This is a “Housing First” approach to quickly and successfully connect individuals and families experiencing homelessness to permanent housing with few preconditions and barriers.
Once individuals are in a safe, secure, and clean environment, we will work with community partners to provide the appropriate services to work toward permanent housing solutions.
Working with Northwest Arkansas to End Homelessness
A growing number of towns and cities across the U.S. have found a practical solution to homelessness through the construction of micro-shelter communities. Today these solutions are being proven effective initiatives to provide a housing first solution that will transition persons into permanent, stable housing solutions.
How You Can Get Involved
Learn more about the volunteer opportunities through our regional community initiatives, Laundry Love Fayetteville and Art in the Park.
It’s not just a new beginning for the individuals, but a new beginning for the community. Please contact us for more information on what it looks like to partner with New Beginnings.
All donations are 100% tax-deductible and will be used towards operational costs at New Beginnings and it's volunteer programs within the community.
Become a Volunteer Today
Interested in volunteering at New Beginnings? We first encourage you to checkout our community outreach programs as a starting point and introduction to the work and impact that Laundry Love and Art In The Park are doing throughout our community.
News & Updates
New Beginnings Community October 2019 Update Special Update from Aaron Marshall Thank you for your support of the New Beginnings Community. We are truly grateful. Your financial support has taken us so far, and now we are almost ready to break...
A Shelter First(by Bryan Pollard and Taylor Strickland)A Shelter First, a 20-minute documentary about homelessness in Fayetteville, Arkansas depicts the homeless crisis hidden in the woods of South Fayetteville, and the possibility of an innovative...
UPDATE The Serve Northwest Arkansas Board of Directors has received notice that the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees has approved the sale of 4.69 acres of land located at South 19th Street in Fayetteville to Serve Northwest Arkansas (a...