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 over $58,000! This effort makes a significant difference in the lives of many of our students and their families.

  • 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 2020. Checks should be made payable to: ASD Charitable Giving Campaign. Your workplace campaign coordinator will collect your cash or check donations.

     

ASD Charitable Giving Organizations

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  • Abused Women's Aid in Crisis (AWAIC)
  • Access Alaska
  • AK Child & Family
  • Alaska Health Fair, Inc. - Anchorage
  • Alaska Injury Prevention Center
  • Alaska Institute for Justice
  • Alaska Literacy Program
  • Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Diabetes Association, Alaska Area
  • American Lung Association in Alaska
  • American Red Cross of Alaska
  • Anchorage Community Mental Health Services
  • Anchorage Community YMCA
  • Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
  • Anchorage Project Access
  • Anchorage School Based Health Centers
  • Anchorage Youth Court
  • Armed Services YMCA of Alaska
  • Assets, Inc.
  • Bean's Cafe, Inc.
  • Best Beginnings
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska
  • Birchwood Behavioral Health (Alaska Baptist Family Services)
  • Boy Scouts of America, Great Alaska Council
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska
  • Camp Fire Alaska
  • Catholic Social Services
  • CCS Early Learning
  • Challenge Alaska
  • Community Pregnancy Center
  • Covenant House Alaska
  • Food Bank of Alaska
  • Girl Scouts of Alaska
  • Habitat for Humanity Anchorage
  • Healthy Futures
  • Hospice of Anchorage
  • Kids' Corps, Inc.
  • Lutheran Social Services of Alaska
  • Mabel T. Caverly Senior Center
  • Money Management International
  • NAMI Anchorage - National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • Nine Star Education & Employment Services
  • Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaii
  • Programs for Infants and Children, Inc.
  • Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc (RuralCAP)
  • Spirit of Youth
  • Standing Together Against Rape (STAR)
  • The Salvation Army
  • thread
  • United Way of Anchorage
  • Victims for Justice
  • Volunteers of America of Alaska
  • YWCA Alaska
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  • Large Todd Salat Print “Spirit in the Sky”

    ($600+ contribution)

    Angelic auroras ascend over Atigun Gorge in the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska on March 25, 2019 at 3 a.m.  For two magnificent hours these northern lights shape-shifted overhead which was very enlightening to say the least! –Todd Salat

     

     

    Small Todd Salat Print “Split The Night”

    ($300-599 contribution)

    Brilliant auroras split the night over a Cessna 180 floating on Lake Hood, the largest seaplane base in the world, in Anchorage, Alaska in mid-September, 2018 at 3:35 a.m. –Todd Salat