Over the years, this quote has meant a lot to me, and it’s become even more impactful as I’ve
become an adult. We are truly fortunate in what we get to do here at Arkansas Urology, and that
brings with it a responsibility to give back to the people of Arkansas and the communities we
Did you know that in the course of a normal year, AU supports more than 100 nonprofit
organizations? The nonprofits we support address many needs in the community, including
promoting better health, combating cardiovascular disease, providing hope to cancer patients
and supporting children and adults with developmental disabilities.
We have supported the Broyles Foundation, which funds research and assists caregivers of
Alzheimer’s patients, and the Boys and Girls Club, which provides young people with
mentorship and a safe, supportive afterschool environment.
In addition, our employees have supported internal efforts to collect canned food items for the
Arkansas Food Bank, made cards for patients at Arkansas Hospice, collected toys and books
for holiday gift drives, and clothing and personal items for the homeless and less fortunate.
Why do all this? Simply put, it’s part of the fabric of our organization and the very nature of the
people who report to work here every day. Health care of any kind is a calling to serve others,
and urology is no exception. Arkansas Urology was founded to improve the quality of life in
Arkansas, and we do that both through our medical treatment of patients and our commitment to
community organizations and events that benefit so many.
As we round the corner into the final months of the year, our thoughts turn to the many
blessings each of us has, and we look forward to providing more opportunities to help those in
need. I invite each of you to make this holiday season special with your continued support of
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