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As the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s charitable arm, the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation works with donors and volunteers to raise awareness and funding for the unmet needs of our health care system. Together, we can support our people by inspiring good health, improving medical care, and promoting wellness and prevention.

We believe that health care truly goes beyond treating those who are sick – we want to help Alaskans stay out of the hospital in the first place. That’s why the Foundation supports key initiatives that deliver sustainable, effective and culturally relevant health care, from helping improve medical facilities that serve our people to supporting wellness and prevention programs that impact our populations and advancing healthy village environments around Alaska. By facing the greatest health challenges head-on, our people can lead healthy lifestyles and avoid long-term health issues.

When you donate to the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation, your money goes to supporting programs that fill existing needs and achieve positive results.

How to give

By supporting the Foundation, you help improve the health and well-being of Alaska Native families across the state. You can choose from funds that touch your heart, including supporting children, improving cancer care, assisting suicide prevention, and more. Making a donation is a personal decision. Whatever you choose to give will make a positive difference in the lives of our people. And your gifts, energy and passion are even more powerful when you share them with others!

To donate as employee download the form by clicking on the button below and turn it into the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation at 4000 Ambassador Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508

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What we funded this year

Thanks to generous, giving people like you, the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation is making a difference. Below are just a few of the needs our donors helped us meet this year.

Purchased:

• Ultrasound equipment for ANMC Maternal Child Health

• Toys for kids undergoing medical procedures

• Cancer care and palliative care bag supplies

• Two Giraffe OmniBeds for the ANMC Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Provided assistance for:

• Enrolling of new moms and kids at ANMC Imagination Library

• Boating and ATV safety messaging and PSAs

• Purchasing clothing for emergency room patients

• Purchasing postpartum education books for new moms

Provided support for:

• Camp ARCTIC for kids with juvenile idiopathic arthritis

• Men’s Cancer Retreat

• Annual Youth Environmental Summit

• Art from the Heart therapy program in ANMC Pediatrics