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ACLU of Alaska Foundation

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The American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) of Alaska Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan charitable organization dedicated to advancing the cause of civil liberties in Alaska through public education, advocacy, and legal action. The ACLU has been an integral part of Alaska for 45 years, protecting Alaskans across the state and advancing constitutional guarantees of privacy, free speech, voting rights, reproductive freedom, due process, equal protection, and the rest of the Bill of Rights.

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The ACLU receives no funding from the government: your support is the key to our success. Together, we form a powerful partnership to advance constitutional rights and civil liberties in Alaska. From Ketchikan to Fairbanks, from Bethel to Anchorage to Nome, your donations make a big difference in the lives of all Alaskans by: keeping the government out of our homes, doctors' offices, and email accounts; making sure that free speech stays free; expanding LGBT equality throughout Alaska and the country; standing up for women’s reproductive freedom; and ensuring that every Alaskan has the right to vote.

With your help, we can continue advocating for Alaskans by protecting and expanding all of our constitutional rights and civil liberties. Thank you for standing with us and with the Bill of Rights: Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself.
  
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EIN: 23-7113202
Contact: (907) 263-2002
Web: www.acluak.org/
Address: 1057 West Fireweed Lane, Ste. 207
Anchorage, AK 99503
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Past Pledges: 2009: $2,300.00
2010: $4,075.00
2011: $6,275.00
2012: $11,875.00
2013: $10,975.00
2014: $10,100.00
2015: $12,625.00
2016: $9,897.00
Total: $68,122.00




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1057 West Fireweed Lane, #207
Anchorage, AK 99503

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