Since charitable work was such a large part of Mrs. Jones' life, she also donated three acres of land within the community for the 27,000 square foot 'Circle of Life' Hospice Center
that opened its doors to patients in 2005. In addition, two other non-profit agencies, the Endeavor Foundation
and the Arkansas Support Network
also maintain their home offices in Har-Ber Meadows.
Mrs. Jones also wanted an elementary school in the community so children could walk or ride a bicycle to school and the community could be closely involved with school activities. She donated 17 acres within the community to the Springdale Public School District for the Bernice Young Elementary School
that opened its doors to students in the fall of 2000. Coincidently, a new Springdale High School, named Har-Ber Highschool
and the Hellstern Middle School
were constructed directly across the street from the western border of Har-Ber Meadows and opened their doors to students in the fall of 2005. The immediate proximity of these two public schools, and Young Elementary School will allow children growing up in Har-Ber Meadows to either walk or ride a bicycle to school for 11 of the 13 years of their primary and secondary education.