Alaskans do good for AK Can Do COVID-relief fundA privately funded COVID-19 relief project is being relaunched to help Alaskans through the pandemic.
Apply now for awards in DecemberWe have reopened our small grant program for emergency needs of nonprofits, local governments and tribal organizations. Deadline is Nov. 30, so don’t delay.
Response to COVID-19Early in the pandemic, the Foundation talked with nonprofit leaders around the state to learn what needs weren't being filled, and we targeted our efforts to address gaps.
Alaska partnership to distribute $35 million of CARES Act fundingThe funding will enable nonprofits to continue providing essential services during the pandemic.
Help for AlaskansHere is a list of resources we compiled to help Alaska residents and organizations during the time of coronavirus.
Alaska artists emergency grantsArtists are among the hardest hit workers in America with the closure of theaters, galleries, museums and venues.
Foundation to match Muni arts and culture investmentsRasmuson Foundation is committing $250,000 as an incentive for municipalities to invest stimulus funds into arts and culture organizations.
With partners, we devote resources to pandemic responseOur emergency funds target the most serious and immediate needs, especially those not being addressed by other funding sources.
We are turning 65 in a pandemic. The party must wait.While our routine grantmaking is paused, we are redirecting funds to meet needs.
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- Expanded Bean’s Café offering 10K daily meals March 22
- Juneau artist Crystal Worl takes Tlingit culture to the national level — through a postage stamp - Alaska Beacon March 22
- Juneau artist Crystal Worl takes Tlingit culture to the national level — through a postage stamp March 22