Alaska USA Foundation Donates $92,500 to Local Nonprofits in Alaska and Arizona
$65,000 was donated to Armed Services YMCA of Alaska.
The Alaska USA Foundation donated a total of $92,500 to local nonprofit organizations in Alaska and Arizona, working hard to support children, veterans, and active-duty military personnel and their families.
$65,000 was donated to Armed Services YMCA of Alaska in support of their efforts to provide ongoing services to military personnel and their families as well as providing funding that will allow them to provide opportunities for brave young men and women of the United States Armed Services to attend a fishing tournament.
$10,000 was donated to Arizona Housing Coalition in support of the Arizona Veterans StandDown Alliance to help homeless veterans access vital medical, metal health and substance abuse services.
$10,000 was donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation to support their services and assist them in remaining one of the nation’s leading pediatric hospitals.
$7,500 was donated to Alaska Legal Services Corporation in support of the critical legal services they provide to veterans and active-duty members of the armed forces.
“The Alaska USA Foundation is proud of the impact we can have on local nonprofit organizations in our communities,” says Dan McCue, Executive Director, Alaska USA Foundation. “These organizations help provide much needed services in the communities we serve. We are honored to help these organizations on an ongoing basis to fulfill their worthy missions.”
$7,500 was donated to Alaska Legal Services Corporation.
The Alaska USA Foundation supports 501(c)(3) charitable organizations that provide needs-based services to children, veterans, and active-duty members of the military and their families.
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The 2021 Best of Alaska Business Awards
Welcome to the 2021 Best of Alaska Business awards! We ask our readers to give us their input on the best businesses that Alaska has to offer, ranging from flower boutiques to accounting firms. Throughout March, readers voted in record numbers, yet another indication after a trying year of how Alaskans take extra effort to support local businesses.