For 66 years, United Way of the Tanana Valley has supported incredible local organizations bringing vital services to Interior. When you donate to United Way, your dollars work harder to bring critical services to our community. By pooling your donations, we can make significant grants to organizations, attracting the quality services necessary for all residents to belong and thrive.
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
We ask you to choose us if you want to make one donation that will better the entire community. Through our partner agencies, we support literacy, after-school support, feeding the hungry, preventing, and cleaning up after disasters and so much more. Furthermore, as a standalone organization, United Way provides a substance abuse grant to other organizations and runs a volunteer management site that helps to match volunteer interests with organizations that can use their skill sets. For all of these reasons and so much more, a donation to United Way of the Tanana Valley is a donation to the betterment of Fairbanks as a whole.
Funds raised through Pick.Click.Give. are allocated to all 18 partner agencies through a volunteer-led rigorous agency review process that ensures that the agencies are making the most of the money donated.
Partner agencies are: Access Alaska; ACCA; Alaska Health Fair; American Red Cross of Alaska - Tanana Valley; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska; Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska - Tanana Valley; Fairbanks Senior Center; Fairbanks Children's Museum; Fairbanks Resource Agency; Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living; Literacy Council of Alaska; Midnight Sun Boy Scout Council, Boy Scouts of America; Presbyterian Hospitality House; Resource Center for Parents & Children; The Salvation Army; ThrivAlaska.
Substance Abuse Initiative funds support projects and programs that offer preventative solutions to drug and alcohol abuse in our community.
Designated funds are donor dollars specified for a specific United Way member agency or any 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Alaska.