GCI’s philanthropy program, GCI Gives, has opened the application period for its 2022 grant cycle. From October 1 through November 15, Alaska nonprofits have the opportunity to apply for funding from GCI, one of the state’s largest corporate philanthropic contributors.
“We are so excited to expand our services and grateful for the trust the community is instilling in us to provide a warm and understanding environment that allows all adults to advance in their education and pursue their dreams,” says Executive Director Lori Pickett.
The mural at Alaska Seeds of Change was facilitated by artist Sarah Davies, creator of the 2015 100 Stone Project.
“When we work together and develop our state’s resources responsibly, we can achieve incredible outcomes for all Alaskans,” says Governor Mike Dunleavy.
The Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage’s (NSAA) board of directors is excited to announce the hiring of Kikkan Randall, one of…
Katmai Conservancy, the official nonprofit partner of Katmai National Park and Preserve, has hired Guy Runco as its first Executive Director.