(as of November 2022)
*Dates signify previous recipients.
Nonprofits may be reconsidered two years post-receiving a donation.
Alaska Birth Collective
Alaska CARES (09/2020)
Alaska’s Children Services dba AK Child & Family
Alaska Eating Disorders Alliance
Alaska Literacy Program
Alaska's Healing Hearts (Selected 12/2020)
Alaska Police & Fire Chaplains (03/2016)
Alaska Theater of Youth
Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (06/2022)
Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska
American Cancer Society of Alaska
American Diabetes Association
Alaska Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Anchorage Community Concert Band
Anchorage Community Theatre (03/2017)
Anchorage Cops for Community
Anchorage Imagination Library (Best Beginnings) (09/2021)
Anchorage Parks Foundation
Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Anchorage Waldorf School Association
Anchorage Young Cancer Coalition (12/2019)
Arc of Anchorage
Armed Services YMCA of Alaska
Beacon Hill (9/2022, 6/2015, 6/2018)
Beans Café/The Children’s Lunchbox (06/2016)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Alaska
Camp Fire Alaska
Catholic Social Services (06/2021)
Downtown Hope Center
Equine Assisted Therapy of Alaska (12/2014)
Fellowship (Friends) in Serving Humanity
Food Bank of Alaska (06/2020)
Friends of Alaska's Children in Care (formerly Friends of Alaska CASA)(6/2017)
Girdwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue Inc
Girl Scouts of Alaska
Girls on the Run—Southcentral Alaska (12/2018)
Hope Community Resources
Katie's Handprint (12/2021 and 03/2019)
Let Every Woman Know—Alaska
Love Alaska/Priceless/Chosen (03/2020)
Nine Star Education and Employment Services
Polar Pug Rescue and Friends
Rolling Boxcar, Inc.
Running Free Alaska
Salvation Army (09/2015)
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
Special Olympics of Alaska
Standing Together Against Rape (STAR)
Stone Soup Group (03/2015)
The TEARS Foundation Alaska Chapter (06/2019)
Victims for Justice (12/2017)
Volunteers of America Alaska (03/2018)
YoungLives Anchorage (09/2018)
YWCA of Alaska (03/2022)
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Qualifications and Process
The organization must have a prequalification form submitted by a Chapter Member in good standing and the organization must be recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 - NO EXCEPTIONS .
If your nonprofit is not already on our approved list, the completed pre - qualifying form has to be received at 3 weeks prior to the next meeting. Complete the Nonprofit Pre-Qualification form and email it to:
To qualify for prequalification , organizations must:
Be a nonprofit recognized by the IRS as a 501c 3 organization.
Serve the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska area. Local chapters of national charities will be considered if 100% of the contribution stays in our community (Anchorage, Eagle River, Girdwood).
NOT be a religious (churches/houses of worship) or political organization.
Agree not to create, sell, or distribute a list with our members contact information, and agree not to solicit our members directly for future contributions.
Agree to provide tax receipts directly to chapter members for their donation.
Agree to send a representative to our next meeting to give a 5 - 8 minute update on how our money was (or will be) used to help our community.
The list of pre-qualified organizations will be available at the meeting.
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