The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF) believes that health care truly goes beyond treating those who are sick —HANF wants to help
Alaska Natives stay out of the hospital in the first place. That’s why HANF supports key initiatives that deliver sustainable, effective and culturally relevant health care, from providing improvements at medical facilities that serve Alaska Natives, to supporting wellness and prevention programs that impact Alaska Native populations, to advancing healthy village environments around Alaska. By facing the greatest health challenges head on, Alaska Native people can lead healthy lifestyles and avoid long-term health issues.
Our purpose is to use charitable donations from individuals like you to fund programs that improve the health and lives of Alaska Native people and all Alaskans. Our mission is to make Alaska Natives the healthiest people in the world. With your help, we can.
When you donate to the Healthy Alaska Native Foundation, your money goes to supporting programs that fill existing needs and achieve positive results, from pediatric and cancer care to one of Anchorage’s busiest emergency rooms.
Please continue reading the links below to learn more about some of the programs your donations make possible.
We help make the Kids Wing at the Alaska Native Medical Center more comfortable, so children can receive treatment with their families by their side
We provide educational and comfort items for patients going through surgery at the Alaska Native Medical Center, from admission through recovery, through the Surgical Services Fund.
We provide toys to pediatric patients undergoing surgery at the Alaska Native Medical Center through the Lori Lange Memorial Toy Fund.
Suicide is a true menace that threatens Alaska Native communities across our state. That's why we support the Mindy Schloss Memorial Fund for Suicide Prevention – to provide help in ways that save lives.
We provide clothing to Emergency Room patients in need at Alaska Native Medical Center’s Level II Trauma Center