How You Can Help
The COVID-19 Response Fund supported members of our Interior Community who were struggling in the economic fallout from the pandemic. Donations were rapidly be deployed to nonprofit agencies working to provide food, shelter, and other basic human necessities throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facing a Crisis Together
This pandemic is a new challenge for us, but the community spirit required in response is not. For more than 65 years, the United Way of the Tanana Valley, local nonprofit agencies, and generous community members have faced crisis head-on, doing whatever is required to comfort and care for those in need. You can do the same.
Although social distancing separates us physically, we are still as connected to each other as ever. And we still have the power—as we did in days of old—to come together in hope and in generosity, to act when duty calls, to give with open hands and an open heart. Thank you.
The following agencies have been granted COVID-19 Response Funds
- Bread Line
- Salvation Army
- North Star Council on Aging
- JP Jones Warming Center
- No Limits
- Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living
- Fairbanks Resource Agency
- Immaculate Conception Soup Kitchen
- Nenana Tortella Council on Aging
- Neighbor to Neighbor (Healy)
- UAF – Student Support Fund
- Fairbanks Community Food Bank – Bone Builders Program
- Calypso Farm and Ecology Center
- Kids Kupboard
- Literacy Council of Alaska
- Alaska Health Fair
- Fairbanks Rescue Mission
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska
- Our 2 Cents Fairbanks, Inc.
- Alaska Center for Children & Adults
- Farthest North Girl Scout Council