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Alaska USA and Alaska USA Foundation Donate $20,000 to Covenant House Alaska

by | Feb 3, 2021 | Finance, Nonprofits

Alaska USA employees donated multiple roasts to Covenant House Alaska to feed youth staying at the shelter as part of its employee holiday gift giving campaign.

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Alaska USA Federal Credit Union and the Alaska USA Foundation donated a combined $20,000 to Covenant House Alaska to continue its mission to provide services for youth experiencing homelessness. In addition, they are challenging other Alaska businesses to join in on the effort to uplift the young people at the shelter.

The donation will fund services at Covenant House Alaska that include providing warm clothing, meals, and the tools its young people need to feel supported and safe during the current pandemic.

“Covenant House Alaska provides essential services that improve our community now, and well into the future. Alaska USA is committed to helping the communities we serve, and I am proud to put our values to action with this donation,” says Alaska USA Federal Credit Union President and CEO Geoff Lundfelt.

“After such a taxing year that has resulted in so many needing additional assistance, we want to challenge fellow business leaders in the community to continue the giving in the new year.”

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union and the Alaska USA Foundation donated a combined $20,000 to Covenant House Alaska.

Alaska USA

The donation will fund services at Covenant House Alaska that include providing warm clothing, meals, and the tools its young people need to feel supported and safe during the current pandemic.

“Covenant House Alaska provides essential services that improve our community now, and well into the future. Alaska USA is committed to helping the communities we serve, and I am proud to put our values to action with this donation,” says Alaska USA Federal Credit Union President and CEO Geoff Lundfelt.

“After such a taxing year that has resulted in so many needing additional assistance, we want to challenge fellow business leaders in the community to continue the giving in the new year.”

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