Learn more about each organization we support (links open in new windows).
THE ALASKA CENTER EDUCATION FUND – Anchorage, Alaska
The Alaska Center Education Fund hosts programs to educate and engage Alaskans of all ages to support clean air and water, build healthy and resilient communities, and become empowered stewards.
BROOKLYN TO ALASKA PROJECT – Brooklyn, New York and McCarthy, Alaska
The Brooklyn to Alaska Project helps underpriveleged youth from Brooklyn to come experience the wilderness of the Wrangell-St. Elias Mountains National Park through an adventurous and enlightening 10-day trip to promote cross-cultural respect, self-reliance, outdoor leadership and environmental stewardship.
COPPER RIVER WATERSHED PROJECT – Cordova, Alaska
The Copper River Watershed Project promotes a salmon-rich, intact watershed and culturally diverse communities by forming partnerships for watershed-scale planning and projects including wild salmon habitat restoration, recycling, school education programs, food security, the youth Copper River Stewardship Program and sustainable community development programs.
CORDOVA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION – Cordova, Alaska
The Cordova Community Foundation’s focus is to enhance the quality of life in Cordova, Alaska through community giving. As a remote coastal community, Cordova is aware of the importance of self-reliance. We have come together to produce local initiative for vision-oriented legacy planning and giving to improve the quality of life within Cordova.
EYAK PRESERVATION COUNCIL and FOUNDER DUNE LANKARD – Cordova, Alaska
The Eyak Preservation Council works to protect the inherent rights of culture, heritage, language, and ancestral lands needed to preserve the Eyak Tribes’ continued existence as an independently recognized Alaska tribal nation.
NATIVE CONSERVANCY – Cordova, Alaska
The Native Conservancy empowers Alaska Native peoples to permanently protect and preserve endangered habitats on their ancestral homelands. They strive to maintain and secure titles to Native lands in conservation trusts to strengthen inherent rights of sovereignty, subsistence and spirituality.
PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND SCIENCE CENTER – Cordova, Alaska
The goals of Prince William Sound Science Center are to answer and address modern environmental issues through in-depth science in the Gulf of Alaska and Prince William Sound ecosystems. In particular, PWSSC education programs provoke inquiry into the natural world, increase science and ecological literacy, and foster responsibility for the sound use of natural resources. The education programs use hands-on learning and outdoor education to inspire personal connections to the natural world and responsible decision making to sustain it.
WRANGELL MOUNTAINS CENTER – McCarthy, Alaska
Surrounded by our nation’s largest National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias, Wrangell Mountains Center connects people with wildlands through art, science, and education in Alaska’s Wrangell Mountains.