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Alaska USA Foundation Gives $93,500 to Support Youth and Military Programs


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ANCHORAGE—Alaska USA Foundation has donated $93,500 to benefit eight non-profit organizations that provide needs-based services in the states of Alaska and California.

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Pictured  (from  left)  Eric  Lind,  ASYMCA  Board  Member;  Sarah  Riffer,  Executive  Director,  ASYMCA;  and  Dan  McCue,  Executive  Director,  Alaska  USA  Foundation. 

$50,000 was donated to the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) of Alaska to help support military service members and their families. The funds will aid in the operation of the more than 20 programs and services the organization provides, which help to alleviate stress, assist with life challenges, and increase the morale and welfare of military personnel and their families. 

 

 

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Dan  and  Heather  Harris,  CEO,  Big  Brothers  Big  Sisters  of  Alaska.  

$15,000 was donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska to support their mission to provide community-based or school-based mentors to all children facing adversity—who need and want a caring adult role model to help them realize their potential, expand their horizons, and enrich their futures. 

 

 

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Dan McCue and Marian Giannulis, Children’s Miracle Network Program Director.

$10,000 was donated to Providence Children’s Hospital (Children’s Miracle Network). The Children’s Hospital at Providence cares for 18,000 children each year, providing family-centered care that reduces stress and allows for the family to take an active roll in the care of their child or sibling.

 

 

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Pictured (from left) Dr. Haynes, Vice President, CSUSB Student Affairs; Roland Pilapil, Area Vice President – High Desert, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union; Beth Jaworski, Assistant Vice President, CSUSB Student Services; and Agustin Ramirez, CSUSB Interim Director. 

$5,000 was donated to the California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) Veterans Success Center to provide support services focused on the special needs and requirements of today's military veterans, service members, and dependents. CSUSB assists with their transition to the university environment, helping them achieve academic success, and aiding them in reaching their personal development goals.

 

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Dan McCue; Danielle Blair, Development and Communications Coordinator, Alaska Legal Services; and Maggie Humm, Supervising Attorney, Alaska Legal Services.

$5,000 was donated to Alaska Legal Services to help them provide high quality legal services to low-income veterans and families, to protect their safety, their health and promote family stability. 

 

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Pictured (from left) Virginia Altenberger, Operations Manager, Alaska USA Insurance Brokers; Tanya Carpenter, Board Member, The Children’s Place, Dan McCue, Executive Director, Alaska USA Foundation; Deb Fischer, Board Member, The Children’s Place; and Kibe Lucas, Board Member, The Children’s Place.

$3,000 was donated to Children’s Place, a child advocacy center that provides a child-friendly, safe and neutral location that helps to offer hope and healing to children and families impacted by child abuse and neglect.

 

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Pictured (from left) Ashlee Offerman, Beacon Hill; Dawn Paulsen, Beacon Hill Family Coach Supervisor, Mat-Su; Stephany Clary, Beacon Hill Safe Families for Children Administrator; Jaime Bailey, Beacon Hill Family Coach Supervisor, Anchorage; Cindy Adamson, Beacon Hill Operations and Resource Center Manager; Dan McCue, Executive Director, Alaska USA Foundation; Gary Becker, Beacon Hill Board Member; Candice Richardson, Beacon Hill Café and Boutique Manager; and Charity Carmody, Beacon Hill President.

$3,000 was donated to Beacon Hill to support their mission to serve vulnerable children within our community, with a goal to see all children in the community loved and well cared for in healthy homes.

 

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Bill Eckhardt, Board President, Kenai River Sports Fishing Association and Renee Rybak, Soldotna Branch Manager, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union along with other members of the Kenai River Sports Fishing Association board.

$2,500 was donated to Kenai River Sports Fishing Associations in support of their annual Junior Classic event which provides a day of fishing for children between the ages of 8 and 16.

 

 

 

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