The Alaska Childrens Trust's mission is the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Alaska Children's Trust (ACT) has developed statewide and community-level partnerships and secured resources to prevent child maltreatment in Alaska. Alaska Children's Trust values family focus, effective solutions, leveraging resources, convening partners and supporting grassroots efforts. Alaska Children's Trust fulfills three key roles (1) advocate, (2) convener, and (3) catalyst. As an advocate, we strive to actively influence public policy within political, economic and social systems and institutions that help build a state dedicated to ensuring the safety of Alaskan children. As a convener, ACT fosters relationships across the state that result in forward momentum. As a catalyst, ACT encourages a new culture, methodology and ideas in fighting an epidemic that has plagued Alaska for decades. Together we can prevent child abuse and neglect.
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Alaska has one of the highest rates of child abuse and neglect, per capita, in the nation. By supporting the Alaska Childrens Trust (ACT), you increase the capacity to help Alaskan communities implement effective programs to ensure our children remain safe. You are investing in Alaska's greatest resource: our children. Children represent 25% of Alaska's population, but they are 100% the future. ACT has invested over $5 million dollars in Alaskan children and families. We invest in organizations across the state of Alaska to help prevent child abuse and neglect. Not only have these funds directly supported programs, they have also been utilized to leverage millions more from other funding sources.
The Alaska Childrne's Trust seeks to ensure every child in Alaska has the opportunity to thrive. Tens of thousands of children and families, in every corner of Alaska, have been helped through the programs supported by the Trust. Your gift to Alaska Children's Trust provides hope and healing to children - our greatest resource. Together we can prevent child abuse and neglect.