Seward Community Foundation Advisory Board is happy to share all the good news surrounding grants, grantees, and SCF's COVID-19 response in our summer newsletter.
Seward Area Hospice received a $12,500 major grant to help hire a volunteer coordinator. The volunteer coordinator will recruit, train, and support volunteers, as well as assist the Director with increasing donor support and organizing…
Seward Community Foundation is pleased to announce the 2020 Grant Awards
The Boys & Girls Club will serve any youth who is hungry and has a need, through measures that will help ensure a reduced spread of COVID-19, but balances the food security needs of hungry,…
The Alaska Community Foundation (ACF) and its eleven Affiliate community foundations collaborated to make basic needs grants to 23 vital nonprofits across Alaska. These grants will support food pantries and services, domestic violence shelters, senior…
The Seward Community Foundation (SCF) was pleased to support the Seward Pride Alliance (SPA) with a $1000 mini-grant to help organize a first-ever Seward Pride Event BBQ in 2019.
On Wednesday, January 22nd, the Seward Community Foundation held a nonprofit luncheon to announce a total of $120,608 is available for grants in 2020.
Seward Community Foundation (SCF), an Affiliate of The Alaska Community Foundation (ACF), is pleased to announce its 2020 competitive grants cycle will be open from Wednesday, January 15 to Friday, February 21.
SeaView Community Services was awarded a mini-grant of $616.35 to purchase CPR and First Aid Equipment in July 2019. Staff at SeaView are required to have CPR training.
The Resurrection Bay Historical Society received a $1,000.00 mini-grant in February for a The Seward Community Library & Museum exhibits upgrade.