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Postcard From Alaska

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My First Trip to Alaska. The photo above is me at age 14 in Alaska with my mom. I being a typical teenager who didn’t want to be away from her friends, so I really didn’t enjoy the natural wonders of Alaska and even refused to eat a salmon dinner. Welcome To Alaska. Tags: Conferences alaska.

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Alaska: And The Earth Shook Under My Feet

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Then off to an evening session at PRSA-Alaska Chapter at the Providence Center Cancer Center to talk about the Networked Nonprofit. All in all – an exciting day in Alaska! Tags: Conferences alaska. .&# happening in their organizations.

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In Search of Bachelors and Philanthropy in Rural Alaska and Video Story Capture Tips

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Last week, my adventure in Alaska started with a meeting with representatives from community foundations around the state of Alaska hosted by the Alaska Community Foundation. That’s where I met Joe Page from the Jessica Stevens Foundation who told the amazing about the Talkeetna Bachelor Society.

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Luck Is Not a Strategy: The Process of Effectively Securing Grants

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I started writing grant proposals when I was in my 20s, working as a fundraiser for a small but dynamic grassroots environmental organization in Alaska.

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November Cause Awareness: National Native American Heritage Month


Elliott-High Eagle, a Cherokee Indian, created the first official week of awareness and recognition for American Indian and Alaska natives in October 1976. College students who are Native American, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian can apply for the fellowship, which they can put towards their education. President Gerald R.

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Funding & Grant Resources For Nonprofits Focused On The Environment And Conservation Efforts


Alaska Conservation Foundation. Alaska Conservation Foundation. Founded in 1980, the Alaska Conservation Foundation is the only public foundation solely dedicated to conservation in Alaska, connecting thousands of committed donors and businesses worldwide with more than a hundred grassroots conservation organizations in Alaska.

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What does a Purpose-Driven Company Look Like?

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For example, at the heart of Alaska Airlines is a sense of stewardship for the people and places it serves. So far, Alaska has reduced its emissions by more than 35% per passenger mile since 2004. Alaska Airlines has been ranked the most sustainable airline in North America by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.

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