Title: AN CHILDRENS SHELTER 004

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STAFF PHOTO SAMANTHA BAKER An unidentifiable child reaches up after burying himself in the ball pit Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011, in the gross motor skills room at the Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter in Bentonville. Due to the the shelter's capacity size and because the shelter can keep family groups together, the shelter has had requests for placement by 70 out of 75 counties in Arkansas, despite primarily serving children in Benton, Washington, Madison and Carroll counties. The Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter is a temporary home, up to 45 day, for boys ages birth to 12 years old and girls ages birth to 17 years old who have been removed from their home because of neglect, physical abuse, or sexual abuse. The shelter, which moved into a newer and bigger facility in April after a $13.5 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds foundation, is run by 97 employees and 180 volunteers.

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  • Submitted by: Caleb Fort
  • Photographer: Samantha Baker
  • Source: Northwest Arkansas Newspapers
  • Credit: Samantha Baker
  • Published: December 30, 2011
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  • Caption: STAFF PHOTO SAMANTHA BAKER An unidentifiable child reaches up after burying himself in the ball pit Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011, in the gross motor skills room at the Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter in Bentonville. Due to the the shelter's capacity size and because the shelter can keep family groups together, the shelter has had requests for placement by 70 out of 75 counties in Arkansas, despite primarily serving children in Benton, Washington, Madison and Carroll counties. The Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter is a temporary home, up to 45 day, for boys ages birth to 12 years old and girls ages birth to 17 years old who have been removed from their home because of neglect, physical abuse, or sexual abuse. The shelter, which moved into a newer and bigger facility in April after a $13.5 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds foundation, is run by 97 employees and 180 volunteers.