Alaska USA Foundation Gives $7,500 to Support Veterans and Youth Programs in Alaska and California
Alaska USA Foundation donates $5,000 to Great Alaska Council in support of Boy Scouts of America. From left: Dan McCue, Executive Director, Alaska USA Foundation; John Lubbers, Assistant Scout Executive, Great Alaska Council; and Clifford Crismore, CEO, Great Alaska Council.
Alaska USA Foundation
ANCHORAGE—Alaska USA Foundation has donated $7,500 to community programs that support children and veterans in Alaska and California.
Alaska USA Foundation donates $2,500 to United States Veterans Support Group, Inc.
$5,000 was donated to the Great Alaska Council in support of Boy Scouts of America. The funds will provide Scouts without financial means and/or transportation, the opportunity to attend remote area scout day camps.
$2,500 was donated to the United States Veterans Support Group, Inc. to help provide shelter and food for veterans and their families, give assistance in filing claims, and finance transportation to VA Hospitals for disabled veterans.
“Alaska Boy Scouts have a long-standing tradition of giving back to the community, so it’s great to have an opportunity to help more kids get involved in the program, build character, and have some positive experiences,” said Dan McCue, Executive Director, Alaska USA Foundation. “Likewise, the United States Veterans Support Group provides important services to veterans in the High Desert community that are more than deserving of a helping hand, having sacrificed much in defense of this country.”