Located at the head of historic Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is hard at work making changes for its future. Committed residents recently helped fund a new library and museum, as well as funding and constructing a waterfront playground for young children.
The endowment that the Seward Community Foundation is building allows grants to be made that improve the lives of Seward and Moose Pass residents in areas such as health, education, human services, arts and culture, youth, and community development.
Like other Alaskan communities, Seward’s population booms in the summertime when fishing and sailing are popular. The area hosts the famed Mt. Marathon Race on July 4th, when nearly a thousand hardy people run up and then down Mt. Marathon in the second-oldest organized foot race in the country.
The Seward Community Foundation is locally advised by a dynamic group of citizens who are attuned to the changing needs and goals of Seward and Moose Pass nonprofit groups.
2022 NEWS! Because of donors like you, SCF earned a generous 1:1 match from the Rasmuson Foundation and ACF, as part of the Affiliate Program between 2017 and 2021. Read more about SCF’s 2022 match challenge below.
Your donation to the unrestricted endowment or the operating endowment fund of the Seward Community Foundation (SCF) will:
- Help SCF earn a generous 1:1 match of up to $25,000 be invested in our grantmaking endowment fund and operating endowment fund by the Rasmuson Foundation and ACF, as part of the Affiliate Program over the next year (2022).
- Support local nonprofits through grants and educational training.
- Connect donors with causes they care about.
Visit the Impact page for a complete list of newsletters and 2022 grants.