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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 August 2015

Board and staff at Rasmuson Foundation have been getting out and about this summer. Read about some of our activities and visits in this week's blog by President Diane Kaplan.

Press Releases

Local advisory council to work with News-Miner on “Paths to Recovery: Solving Alaska’s alcohol problem”

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

Anchorage – Recover Alaska has partnered with the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner to underwrite the “Paths to Recovery: Solving Alaska’s alcohol problem” series, an in-depth journalistic investigation into the ways communities are creating solutions to address the effects of alcohol over-consumption in Alaska’s Interior.

Initiative News

Time is now to address alcohol impacts

Lifelong Fairbanksan and Rasmuson Board member Jeff Cook cares a lot about the health of his community. That's why he lauds “Paths to Recovery: Solving Alaska’s alcohol problem,” a series of articles produced through the partnership of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner and Recover Alaska. Read his post.

Current Events

President’s report April 2015

Spring has sprung in earnest and the season is reflected in the pace of activities and news around our neighborhood. In today's post, Diane Kaplan looks back at happenings from the Foundation, grantees and the nonprofit sector.

Initiative News

Tackling underage drinking

Underage drinking. Kids who drink think everybody does it. What happens if they learn otherwise? Today's post is about a new campaign from the Alaska Wellness Coalition designed to curb and even eliminate underage drinking.

Current Events

Using data to understand alcohol’s impact

Good data or bad? Practicing journalists from all over Alaska learned the difference and how to use data at a five-day training fellowship in January. Today’s post reports on the training and how journalists plan to use what they learned in covering alcohol-related issues in Alaska.

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