Denali Express has a long history in this beautiful state we call home. We are honored to serve our diverse community by dedicating ourselves to these local groups and organizations who make Alaska a healthier, safer and happier place for all.
The Food Bank of Alaska works with food industry partners to salvage food that would otherwise go to waste from grocery stores, wholesalers, producers, farmers, and the fishing industry. It also collects food donated by community members and administers government food programs. Learn more about how they are feeding our neighbors in need foodbankofalaska.org.
Fuel Your School is designed to support and improve education by providing teachers with needed supplies and materials. Chevron encourages teachers to post classroom projects for STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering, and math – to help prepare students who may be interested in these types of advanced technical jobs. Please join us on fuelyourschool.com to help choose the projects that are funded right here in Alaska.
The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit 501c (6), member-driven business organization with nearly 1,100 members representing roughly 53,000 employees. For over 100 years, it has served as a resource where members can gain business knowledge, insight and strength as business professionals. The chamber is also a resource for visitor information and a relocation tool for those moving to Anchorage. To join the chamber or learn more about the events and programs available to help our community succeed, go to anchoragechamber.org.
The mission of Bean’s Cafe is to feed the hungry and the homeless without discrimination during the day. Bean’s Cafe embodies the values of compassion, dignity, and respect for all who enter their doors. There are many ways to volunteer, please find out how at beanscafe.org.
The Alaska Run for Women unites thousands of women from all over Alaska in one of the largest all-women runs in the country. The ultimate goal? End breast cancer! In 2015, the run raised more than $200,000 for breast cancer research, education, outreach, prevention, and early detection. Help the Alaska Run for Women surpass that in 2016. Invite your friends, family, and co-workers to register for the 5-mile or 1-mile run/walk. Can’t make it this year? You can also contribute with an online donation. Each step, each dollar raised will make a giant difference. Sign up or donate at akrfw.org – we hope to see you there this summer!
Founded in Spenard around a kitchen table, 34 years later NeighborWorks Alaska continues to empower individuals and families to find their voice and establish a strong family foundation beginning with a place to call home. Through a compassionate, community-based approach, NeighborWorks Alaska provides a stepping-stone to stable homes, families, and communities with a promise of a brighter future and the confidence to dream bigger. Learn about their efforts to make home for all of Alaska’s residents at nwalaska.org.