The Alaska Community Foundation
Note: This letter, by Rasmuson Foundation President and CEO Diane Kaplan and The Alaska Community Foundation President and CEO Nina Kemppel President, originally appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner on March 8.
Since its inception in 2009, Pick.Click.Give. has distributed more than $17 million to nonprofit groups statewide.
His Excellency Mohammed Jaham Al Kuwari, Qatar’s Ambassador to the United States, today announced a $25,000 grant from the people of Qatar to the Domestic Violence Shelter Improvements Program administered by the Alaska Community Foundation.
Ambassador Al Kuwari is visiting Alaska at the invitation of the Alaska World Affairs Council, and guest of the Ted Stevens Foundation.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Cassandra Stalzer, 907-334-0520
Anchorage, Alaska – The Rasmuson Foundation Board of Directors announces that $13.5 million has been awarded to Alaska nonprofits in grants and initiatives to improve the quality of life in the state. The largest award announced was for Southcentral Foundation, which will receive $3 million for the start-up of the Nuka Institute.
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