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|#||Name||Title||Hours / Wk||Comp ($)|
|1||Diana Birkett Rakow||Chairman and President||1||0|
|2||Timothy Thompson||Executive Director||8||0|
|3||Marilyn F Romano||Vice President and Director||1||0|
|4||Megan Oullette||Vice President and Director||1||0|
|7||Daniel Chun||Assistant Secretary & Director||2||0|
|8||Andrea L Schneider||Director||1||0|
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|50,000||Alaska Development Council||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will support staff and supplies needed for events. Event supplies include volunteer supplies (t-shirts, food, etc), venue rental, trophies & medals, printing, and audio-visual support.||Juneau, AK||2020|
|30,000||The Alaska Community Foundation||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to support the AK Can Do-Alaska COVID-19 Response Fund. The funding from the AK Can Do Response Fund will provide immediate and long-term support to nonprofits that serve Alaskans whose lives have been devastated by the pandemic.||Anchorage, AK||2020|
|25,000||Philanthropy Northwest||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will go directly into the WA Food Fund for the purchase of food, protective equipment for workers, and/or delivery of food to food banks and food bank customers. The WA Food Fund is a relief fund that supports food banks and pantries across the state.||Seattle, WA||2020|
|20,000||Young Mens Christian Association of San Francisco||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to support frontline staff hours. The staff will be providing professional development and coaching through the workforce development programs at the YMCA of San Francisco.||San Francisco, CA||2020|
|20,000||Silicon Valley Community Foundation||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to address economic impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Silicon Valley Strong Fund will help three key groups: residents, businesses and community- based organizations.||Mountain View, CA||2020|
|20,000||Oregon Food Bank||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to provide food to people in need during the COVID-19 response crisis. The costs include food purchases, transportation expenses, safety equipment and staff.||Portland, OR||2020|
|20,000||Hawaii Community Foundation||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to support the Hawaii Resilience Fund. The Hawaii Resilience Fund will be focused around four phases of implementation as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Phase 1-Risk reduction and disaster ready Phase 2-Rapid relief and response Phase 3-Recovery and stabilization Phase 4-Rebuild resilience||Honolulu, HI||2020|
|20,000||United Way of King County||Bridge to Finish is looking towards ensuring that regardless of where someone might go to school, services are consistent, and pathways are solidified that support student success across the region. Bridge to Finish has expanded from a pilot program on four campuses serving 400 students to working on nine campuses across King County. The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to provide interventions to targeted populations and outreach.||Seattle, WA||2020|
|20,000||Covenant House Alaska||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation supports education and employment services staff, including JAG Specialists, to implement the JAG curriculum, and will help fund other outlays for the program include educational supplies for GED testing; program supplies including food, work clothes, bus passes, and training funds for youth.||Anchorage, AK||2020|
|20,000||Young Mens Christian Association Greater Seattle||The grant from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be allocated to expenses to cover the low to no-cost childcare for essential workers that the Y offered to the community. The YMCA is committed to leading systems coordination and/or providing direct services that have adapted to meet, serve, and support children outside of traditional center-based childcare at our recreation centers while they are closed. This program operated from March - June 2020, in response to the abrupt school closures, which left families with few options for childcare.||Seattle, WA||2020|
|15,000||United Way of King County||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to provide resources directly to people in need. United Way of King County has programs in place that are suited to be adapted to our current crisis. Funding received includes support from the City of Seattle to launch a grocery voucher program and support from Seattle Foundation to support the rental assistance fund.||Seattle, WA||2020|
|15,000||Technology Access Foundation||The College and Career Readiness Program uses a set of scope and sequence activities for 6th-12th grade students. The program prepares students for the 21st century workplace and improve student transition into postsecondary education, training, and STEM based employment. Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to support student transportation, staff salaries and program materials.||Seattle, WA||2020|
|15,000||Second Harvest of Silicon Valley||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to purchase nutritious food for community food distributions. Accessing fresh, nutritious food from Second Harvest can help households that already have limited resources.||San Jose, CA||2020|
|15,000||Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to purchase nonperishable, shelf-stable items such as canned goods, rice, and dry beans that families can store and use over a period of time. The food bank will need an additional $5 million to respond to the Covid-19 crisis and 2 million will be used for food purchases.||San Diego, CA||2020|
|15,000||Alameda County Community Food Bank||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used to purchase and distribute food during the Covid-19 outbreak. The daily food distributions of food are 10% to 15% above the target distribution average for this year.||Oakland, CA||2020|
|15,000||Washington FIRST Robotics||Washington FIRST Robotics are working to reach more diverse young people from cultures and communities who don't have access to engaging STEM opportunities. The grant from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will help pay for the cost of team expenses, program materials, mentor training, coding, student recruitment/team expansion, STEM training and team travel/transportation.||Kent, WA||2020|
|10,000||Junior Achievement of San Diego County Inc||The funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will support six low income schools to participate in JA's Company Program. Support will provide students with 13 weeks of virtual curriculum, JA support in recruiting and matching industry mentors, program evaluation, and participation in culminating virtual online pitch fest competition.||San Diego, CA||2020|
|10,000||Junior Achievement of Oregon and SW Washington Inc||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will go towards program staffing, volunteer and teacher training, curricula and program materials associated with providing JA In-Class Programs to 415 students in Clark County this year. JA In-Class Programs provide work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy curriculum to students from Kindergarten through 12th grade in the format of comprehensive classroom lessons.||Portland, OR||2020|
|10,000||Junior Achievement of Alaska Inc||Funding from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will be used for program materials, program insurance and training materials. Junior Achievement of Alaska educates and inspires 14,000 students in Alaska to learn valuable economic skills to improve the quality of their lives and empower them to own their economic success.||Anchorage, AK||2020|
|10,000||Juma Ventures||The grant from the Alaska Airlines Foundation will provide general program support to deliver job training, financial capability and education and career supportive services to 100 low-income Seattle youth. Youth receive 1:1 coaching from a Program Coordinator focused on helping them overcome their individual barriers and gain successful, permanent employment.||San Francisco, CA||2020|
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Anchorage, AK 99502
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