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NeighborWorks Alaska

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NeighborWorks® Alaska is dedicated to improving the quality of life for families and individuals by preserving homes, creating new housing opportunities and strengthening neighborhoods.

NeighborWorks® Alaska - Stable Housing. Thriving Families. Strong Communities.

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Our vision for Alaska’s future is a state where everyone has a place to call home. We provide Access to Success – by offering affordable housing options, maintaining top quality properties, equipping aspiring homeowners with loans and financial management tools, providing community engagement activities, and collaborating on neighborhood revitalization projects, we’re committed to building vibrant neighborhoods and communities statewide.

For 35 years, we’ve walked thousands of Alaskans from vulnerability to security. Housing is the driving force for transformational change in our communities. All people need are the right opportunities. With your help, we’re looking forward to 2016 by providing more access to housing for all Alaskans!

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EIN: 92-0082642
Contact: (907) 677-8490
Web: www.nwalaska.org
Address: 2515 A Street
Anchorage, AK 99503
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Past Pledges: 2012: $1,350.00
2013: $1,175.00
2014: $2,100.00
2015: $2,375.00
2016: $2,425.00
Total: $9,425.00






Additional Locations in other Cities, Towns or Villages
2515 A Street
Anchorage, AK 99303
625 S. Cobb Street, Suite 100
Palmer, AK 99645

Cause Types
  Youth & Education
      Child Abuse and Neglect
      Workforce Development
      Youth Development
  Emergency
      Aid and Services to Individuals in Emergency Situations
  Humanitarian
      Aid and Services to the Elderly
      Aid and Services to the Low Income
      Food Assistance
  Arts & Culture
      Libraries
  Health
      Aid and Services to Individuals with Mental Illness
      Aid and Services to the Disabled
  Community
      Economic Development
      Recreational Facilities