KTVA The Voice of Alaska: DPS: Half of nearly 2,600 sexual assault kits tested; Sutton seeks feedback on Jonesville management plan; DOT uses electronic billboards to snag mechanic job applicants; Southcentral Foundation offers free tax filing, flu shots and more at wellness fair; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: STEM grant awarded to Sitka High School and more ->
KTUU: Grant Aviation flight with eight on board crashes in Hooper Bay; Alaska considers using private ferries for new service areas; Local tour operator feels the effect of coronavirus; City of Sitka to change its seal and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Yellow cedar is dying. Can Southeast Alaska sawmills profit?; Alaska DOT eyes charter vessels for Angoon, Hoonah and Kake; Dunleavy appoints Anchorage business owner to lead Department of Revenue; AIDEA head defends no-bid contract for grandson of major Dunleavy supporter and more ->
Alaska Native News: Anchorage Woman Suffers Serious Injuries following Hammer Attack to the Head; Citizens Assist Anchorage Officers in Locating Fleeing Hit-and-Run Driver; Alaska Army National Guard recruiter recognized for top performance and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: ACLU urges Alaskans to contact governor for immigration help; Trial begins for man charged with eight counts of sexual misconduct and more ->
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Tier 1 Grant Program
Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Grants
(up to $10,000)
Apply Now Through: Friday, 13 March 2020 (5pm)
Alaska Children’s Trust recognizes that our future is influenced greatly by the types and level of trauma our children are exposed to, and the amount of resiliency they are equipped with to handle these traumas. Alaska has struggled with some of the highest rates (per capita) of child abuse and neglect in the nation for decades.
Organizations throughout Alaska working to prevent child abuse and neglect are invited to apply for grants up to $10,000 through our Tier 1 process. Applications are accepted from qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, or equivalent organizations located in the state of Alaska. Equivalent organizations may include tribes, local or state governments, schools, or Regional Educational Attendance Areas.
For more information, guidelines, and our online application, go to Alaska Children’s Trust website.
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