Funds at ACF
Funds at ACF are created by individuals, nonprofit organizations, and family foundations to foster and encourage philanthropy in Alaska. If you are interested in opening a fund at ACF go to our start a fund page.
Donate to a Fund
When you give to one of the funds below, you create a philanthropic ripple effect that is felt across Alaska. Whether it’s $25 or $250,000, your investment in Alaska makes a real difference and builds continuing support that benefits Alaska now and in the future.
To find a specific fund to which you wish to donate, enter the fund’s name. To narrow your search, use fund categories, such as “scholarship” or “field of interest.”
To search for a cause that you care about, you can use the “categories,” “interest,” and “region” dropdowns to narrow your search.
Thank you for giving through ACF and for all you do for your community.
Help build a legacy of compassion and generosity that will create lasting support for Alaskan nonprofits and communities.
The Vocational Fund for Alaska’s Future (VFAF) grant program seeks applications from eligible organizations for projects that sharpen vocational skills and contribute to the competitiveness of Alaska’s natural resource development…
A donor advised fund to meet the charitable interests and philanthropic goals of the Walter J. and Ermalee Hickel.
An endowment to support the activities of WAVE – Working Against Violence for Everyone -a nonprofit organization that provides support and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault…
A project established with the Weinberg Foundation to support elderly and disabled population homelessness.
A donor advised fund to support the charitable interests and philanthropic goals of the donor.
Whether you are a wide-eyed freshman or a seasoned ’50s era alumnus, the West High Foundation fuels the best and finest traditions of West Anchorage High School. The Foundation supports…
The Willard and Mary Jones Scholarship was established by Ron Inouye in memory of the late Willard and Mary Jones of Ketchikan. In the early 1970’s, the Joneses were mentors…
WISE’s mission is to provide science and environmental education to all age groups, foster and make readily available resources for learning, support and participate in scientific research, and share the…