Through the program, Anchorage restaurants have provided premade and hot meals to children, families, and seniors through local nonprofits.
This year, the bank no only continued its traditional contributions but also saw the need to help those who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through the agreement, the Mariner Companies will sell crab quota valued at $35 million to thirty Western Alaskan communities.. CVRF and BBEDC have provided and facilitated structural support to the communities to purchase the quota and will support the harvest through their fishing operations.
AARP Alaska has welcomed two new staff members to their Anchorage office, naming Marge Stoneking as the Associate State Director for Advocacy.
Set Free Alaska is a local nonprofit focused on helping Alaskans overcome substance abuse and get back on their feet, and while other organizations may have taken a step back in 2020, Set Free Alaska took several leaps forward.
Due to generous donations from organizations and individuals, the Alaska SeaLife Center is able to continue its ongoing mission conduct research and provide care for Alaska’s marine life.