Business Partnership Program

Seward Community Foundation is excited to launch a NEW Business Partnership Program in collaboration with local businesses.

Stephanie Millane, owner of Sunny Cove Kayaking, approached SCF about creating an opportunity through her online booking system for SCF’s benefit. During guest checkout, customers have the chance to donate to SCF, up to $250. Stephanie believed this was a way to use her voice to raise funds for a foundation close to her heart. In addition to collecting donations, Sunny Cove Kayaking will match up to $2,000 of donations collected on behalf of SCF.

Excited about an opportunity to collaborate with our local business community, SCF’s Advisory Board went to work to make this program available to all businesses. SCF’s Advisory Board member, Ryan Fisher, owner of Exit Glacier Guides, was excited about this potential and immediately signed up!

What is a Seward Community Foundation Business Partner?  SCF Business Partners collect donations through an add-on option during customer checkouts.  Businesses can also choose to match collected donations to further support SCF’s mission.  

Learn More

If you would like to learn more about becoming a SCF Business Partner, please call SCF Advisory Board member and SCF Business Partners Lead, Ginger Allen, at (907)440-4723 or email Seward Community Foundation Program Manager, Amy Hankins, at seward@alaskacf.org.

SCF's Business Partners of 2021

Sunny Cove Kayaking

Match amount: Up to $2,000 annually for the Seward Community Foundation Grantmaking Fund
The why? “SCF has been doing a great job getting funding out to where it needs to be, and I trust your process.”

Exit Glacier Guides

Match amount: Up to $900 annually for the Seward Community Operating Endowment Fund.
The why?  Using my business to enhance the lives of those that call Seward home is a win-win for me and easy to do.  

Adventure Sixty North

 
The why? Rick is community-minded and loves the work SCF accomplishes for our community.