Arnold Stalk has dedicated his professional career and has made a lifetime commitment to helping people in need. His first project was the design of a methadone clinic for heroin addicts on Los Angeles’ Skid Row. As a private businessman, he has consistently integrated his volunteer efforts helping community and faith based organizations as co-founder and past President of Christmas In April, Greater Las Vegas, a Board of Director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (Sci-Arc), Co-Founder, Valley Shelter for the homeless, Co-Founder and Executive Director, L.A. Family Housing Corp; Past Board member YMCA Northeast Neighborhood Centers past Advisory Board member of USA Africa, Hands Across America, Comic Relief efforts to assist the homeless founder of MASH Village, a comprehensive homeless shelter and transitional housing center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Arnold currently serves, as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross, Southern Nevada Chapter, United Way of Southern Nevada, is President of the non-profit SHARE, is a member of the Clark County School District AZAC commission and is an Advisory member of the Heaven Can Wait Sanctuary and is assisting the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
He is currently working on a disaster resistant, rapid deployment-housing prototype known as Instant—Built House in both Las Vegas, NV and New Orleans, LA. Arnold has helped non-profit and faith based organizations raised over $500 million for capital campaigns and operations and remains active and committed to help those who cannot help themselves in the communities.