Anchorage School District Charitable Giving Campaign

  • The Charitable Giving Campagin is a fundraising event hosted every year by the Anchorage School District and United Way. ASD staff donate to support local charities and nonprofits which are matched in part by United Way. Last year, ASD employees donated approximately $100,000! This effort makes a significant difference in the lives of many of our students and their families.

For ASD Employees

  • Charitable Giving, Anchorage School District 2018 The pledging period for 2018 is now closed.   

     

    How Do I Participate?

    When you make a donation to the Anchorage School District Charitable Giving Campaign, you choose how the money helps to improve our community by selecting one or more of the agencies on your pledge form.

     

    • Click on the "Pledge Now" button above to make your donation via the secure e-pledge option. Donors using the e-pledge option will receive an engraved pen.
    • Spread out your donation through payroll deduction or make a one-time pledge.

     

    Payment options include cash, check, credit card, and payroll deduction. Pledges by payroll deduction begin in January 2019. Checks should be made payable to: ASD Charitable Giving Campaign. Your workplace campaign coordinator will collect your cash or check donations.

     

    In appreciation for contributions to the 2018 ASD Charitable Giving Campaign, we are pleased to offer the following gift options:

  • Small Todd Salat Print “White Satin”

    ($300-599 contribution)

     

    Todd Salat Aurora photo A brilliant moon illuminates fresh white snow on the Kenai Mountains in Southcentral Alaska as multi-colored auroras make music above Portage Lake on November 7, 2017 at 3:33 am.

  • Large Todd Salat Print “Anchorage Moonrise”

    ($600+ contribution)

     

    Todd Salat Anchorage Skyline photo A full moon rises above Anchorage, Alaska on March 1, 2018 at 7 pm while the Star at Arctic Valley twinkles on the Chugach Range and ice pans exit with Cook Inlet's outgoing tide.  Photo taken from Pt. Woronzof near Earthquake Park.