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March 30, 2020

Vera Lloyd's youth opened their hearts and handmade hats for the kids at Arkansas Children's in Little Rock. We always love to see our youth spread joy and share their talents with others!

March 27, 2020

Thank you to Trinity Presbyterian Church for giving our Barton girls a super fun Pizza Party! The kids were so excited that, even in this time of limited activities, the house was filled with ... See more

March 18, 2020
Devotional Series - Vera Lloyd

Check out our Lenten Devotional Series, now through Easter. You can read today's message below.

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March 13, 2020

We would like to update our supporters on Vera Lloyd's efforts with regards to current health concerns. Our primary priority is the safety and health of our youth and Direct Care Staff as well as our ... See more

March 10, 2020

Thank you so much First Presbyterian Church of Fort Smith for the loving support of all the children, youth and families Vera Lloyd serves. We could not provide the heart-driven services we do every ... See more

March 7, 2020

Wonderful to see old friends and new! #presbyteryofarkansas

February 17, 2020

Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day! Everyday, each and every one of us has a chance to be kind, reach out to someone in need, or simply make a friend, coworker or stranger smile.

Thank you to all of ... See more

January 21, 2020

It's National Hug Day! A hug is one of the most basic signs of love, caring and protection, but for many of our youth, a hug means much more. It means letting someone in close, facing anxieties and ... See more

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