Like you, we are adjusting to these unprecedented times.
The Alaska Community Foundation announces a new partnership with Hilcorp Alaska that will result in more than $5,000,000 in charitable contributions over the next twelve months.
The Alaska Community Foundation is now accepting grant applications for the Social Justice Fund. This opportunity is open from January 13th, 2020, until 5:00 PM on Wednesday, February 20th, 2020.
Your generosity helped to make 2019 a fantastic year for The Alaska Community Foundation.
The Alaska Community Foundation (ACF) is poised to assist you with your year-end giving. So …
Dark Horse Coffee, The Vault Timber Coffee House, and The Kobuk Cafe are partnering with The Alaska Community Foundation to give back on Giving Tuesday.
As we come together to celebrate the things we are thankful for this holiday season, we want to take the time to thank you
Please join us for this exclusive time with internationally-renowned grief expert Amy Florian.
Cordova residents are fiercely proud of their community and continuously commit their time and resources into projects for the betterment of all.
Grant awards support professional staff and board of directors in their efforts to build the capacity of their organizations.
What will your legacy be? ACF would like to help you answer this question by providing access to the legal advice needed to make sound decisions when creating your will.
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In 2018, The Alaska Community Foundation awarded over 1,000 grants
As most of our lives return to normal after the November 30th earthquake, it is important to recognize the difficulties that many families and organizations continue to face.
The Alaska Community Foundation is here to help you make a charitable gift that is meaningful to you and the organizations and communities you care about.
The Vocational Fund for Alaska’s Future grant program seeks applications!
Thursday, September 27 marked the 4th annual Pitch.Click.Give. competition, an event hosted in partnership with …
More and more Alaskans are choosing to give together to make a lasting impact in our state by contributing to a permanent charitable endowment called the Alaska Fund.
Alaska’s women veterans make up more than twice the national average of the general population, at 1.2% compared to half a percent nationally.
How do you give to charity and why does it matter?
BP is generously donating the BP Energy Center property and building to The Alaska Community Foundation, ensuring Alaska nonprofits will have access to the resource for years to come.