FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) – KTVF Fairbanks — in partnership with United Way of the Tanana Valley (UWTV), Madden Real Estate, Total Toyo, Enchanted Forest toys and gifts, The Comic Shop, and Walmart of Fairbanks — has completed its annual holiday toy drive. This year saw an impressive haul of toys for those in need including books, bikes and Barbie dolls. Associated sponsors served as the collection sites for all of the toys being donated and then all donated items were taken to the United Way for distribution.
Hannah Hill remembers a difficult time at the Bread Line soup kitchen back in September. Chef Matt Davis was just finishing baking six chickens for the next day’s meal service.
Watch for some social distanced positive picketing Friday morning on the Cushman Street Bridge when supporters of United Way recognize nonprofits doing good work in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world that we live in upside down. It’s unbelievable to think that it was barely a year ago that our state was dominated by discussions on the budget and how entities…
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) – KTVF has wrapped up its annual Coat Drive, in partnership with United Way of the Tanana Valley (UWTV), Madden Real Estate and Northern Laundry Services.
On October 13, representatives from the four entities met at UWTV to sort through and organize the coats, which had been laundered by Northern Laundry Services.