Philanthropic Investment in Arkansas Kids provides resources for families who need access to additional education options.

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Who can contribute?

Any individual or business that pays taxes in Arkansas can claim an income tax credit for 100% of their donations to a scholarship granting organization, not in excess of their income tax liability. The donations will fund hundreds of K-12 scholarships for private school tuition and fees.

What does it do?

The scholarship can be used toward private school tuition and fees for K-12 students.

Who is eligible?


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Why should we apply?

Every child learns differently, and sometimes students need a different learning environment, like smaller classrooms, individualized instruction or teachers specialized in working with certain learning disabilities.

Arkansas has a similiar K-12 scholarship program called the Succeed Scholarship that has already been established, but it is limited to students with learning disabilities, in foster care or from military families. The Reform Alliance gathers feedback from parents of students in the program annually, and nearly all parents report that students improve academically and show growth in their social development once they find the school that meets their needs. Click here to see the results! 

You can also hear stories from families who have used the Succeed Scholarship by following us on social media or watching the videos to the right.

If you have any questions about the program or would like more information, please contact our office at or (501) 244-9028.