Non-Profit Organizations, Associations
The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is a living cultural center located in Anchorage, Alaska that promotes active observance of Alaska Native culture and traditions, featuring permanent collectio
Southcentral Foundation is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving nearly 60,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley, and 60 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit.
Sexual Trauma Victim Services & Prevention/Education
501(c) 6 private not-for-profit corporation providing clean, safe and vital services to the Downtown Improvement District.
The mission of the School Business Partnership is to enhance the education of Anchorage's students through positive collaborative relationships between businesses and the Anchorage School District.
The Alaska SBDC assists small business owners in every stage of the business life-cycle in areas such as business planning, financial analysis and market research.
Our programs and services on JBER-Elmendorf, JBER-Richardson and Fort Wainwright are utilized more than 120,000 times each year which means we impact each military person in Alaska every year.
The USO Alaska Center is located on JBER. The USO strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.
MISSION: Through education and employment services, help Alaskans Get a Job, Keep a Job, and Advance on the Job.
Deliver services that prevent homelessness & improve quality of life for all Alaskans.
To encourage and celebrate the potential of people who experience disabilities since 1957. We provide an array of services for Alaskans who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Alaska's largest community-based provider of behavioral health care services, serving clients of all ages from clinics in Anchorage and Fairbanks and statewide via telehealth.
Hospice of Anchorage is a community agency comprised of an interdisciplinary team – volunteers, nurses, social service coordinators, and bereavement coordinators – who provide assistance to individual
Empowering young people to own their economic success.
Last year AWAIC provided safe shelter services to 424 women and 302 children at imminent risk due to domestic violence for a total of 18,228 shelter safe nights.