Sitka

Grantee Stories

The Trail

The Trail is a whimsical, possibly mysterious short inspired by late night episodic-serial TV watching. It is a celebration of Sitka Trail Works, a nonprofit that, along with its partners, has literally helped change the ground we walk on. The trails are places I walk solo to get exercise, clear my head, or stir up new ideas.

News

Building brings Sitka nonprofits together

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

Sitka –  Children at the 3 to 5 Preschool  and those who attend Sitka Fine Arts Camps (SFAC) were the big winners last week as the Rasmuson Student Center building in Sitka is now secure as the permanent home for both organizations.

Grantee Updates

The Trail

Last week Rasmuson Foundation launched a new series of videos that add to the web-based collection of stories we call "Glimpses of Who We Are." Today we share the second in that series - a whimsical, possibly mysterious short that film maker Ellen Frankenstein says was "inspired by late night episodic-serial TV watching."

Current Events

Site visit Sitka

On June 29 and 30, the Rasmuson Foundation Board of Directors visited Sitka to see some of Foundation-funded projects and meet old and new friends among the nonprofit community. As Chairman Ed Rasmuson noted, Sitka never seems to be at a loss for good ideas.

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