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Fall 2012 Pebble Fund grant cycle now open

ANCHORAGE – Applications are now available online for the fall 2012 grant cycle of the Pebble Fund, a charitable
fund established by the Pebble Partnership at The Alaska Community. Non-profit organizations operating in the
Bristol Bay region are encouraged to apply. Applications are due September 3, 2012 and the online application
system can be found at www.alaskacf.org.

The Pebble Fund provides grants for four primary project types: renewable resources/fish, energy, education, and
community and economic development. The Pebble Fund Board recommends grant awards and focuses on
impactful grant making, choosing projects that directly benefit Southwest Alaska regional communities. The
mission of the fund is “To promote and enhance sustainable and healthy communities and renewable resources in
the Bristol Bay region.”

Projects funded by the Spring 2012 grant cycle include: the purchase of a safe and reliable fuel truck, a
presentation on youth homelessness and human trafficking to students in the Lake and Peninsula Borough School
District, and funding for a new x-ray machine. A complete list of awards is also available at www.alaskacf.org.
ACF will hold a public webinar August 7, 2012 to answer questions about the application process. To learn about
how you can participate, contact Anne Remick at aremick@alaskacf.org or call (907) 334-6700.

The Pebble Fund is a component fund of The Alaska Community Foundation. Established in 1995, the Alaska
Community Foundation grants approximately $5 million dollars a year to charitable projects and non profits
across the state. ACF is comprised of over 280 component funds and endowments, including the Seward
Community Foundation, the Alaska Disaster Recovery Fund, the Anchorage Schools Foundation and the Alaska
Children’s Trust, and many others. ACF’s mission is to grow philanthropy and to improve the quality of life in
Alaska by helping individuals, organizations and communities create mini “permanent funds” to support the
organizations and causes they care about now and forever. ACF is nationally recognized for compliance with
National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations. For more information about the Alaska Community
Foundation visit www.alaskacf.org or call 907-334-6700.

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