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Current Events

President’s Report January 2016

Alaskans don't slow down in the winter months and Rasmuson Foundation is no different. In this week's post, CEO Diane Kaplan serves up a sampling of activities, news and events from our world.

Current Events

President’s Report October 2015

As we settle into fall our calendars fill with different activities. It sometimes seems like the busiest season of all, and it's no different here at Rasmuson Foundation. In this week's post, President and CEO Diane Kaplan reviews news and activities from our world.

Current Events

President’s Report – September 2014

Rasmuson Foundation board and staff get around. The evidence is plentiful in President Diane Kaplan's September report of summer travels and activities. That's the topic of today's blog. It's a glimpse into our world.

Initiative News

Housing Anchorage: Breaking gridlock. Breaking ground.

There are too few housing units to meet the current and projected housing needs in Anchorage. This is a real problem for victims of domestic violence, for working families, for job seekers, and kids returning from college. Rasmuson Foundation is embarking on a collaboration, Housing Anchorage, to find broad-based community solutions to improve the viability of housing options for Anchorage's workforce and spur economic growth.

News

Foundation awards $9.9 million

For Immediate Release
Contact: Cassandra Stalzer, 907-334-0520

Anchorage – Rasmuson Foundation’s Board of Directors announces $9.9 million in Tier 2 grants, investments and initiatives across Alaska. These awards were made Wednesday at the Foundation’s biannual meeting.

The projects receiving funding include (organized by region):

South Central

Initiative News

Celebrate change in Mountain View

President Obama said, “change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”

In 1993, Mountain View residents, concerned that their community was going in the wrong direction, began an ambitious revitalization effort to improve the social descriptions applied to the neighborhood and create sustainable, lasting changes.

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