Fall Newsletter

We have much good news to share!

A New Mural for Seward

n September, the Seward Arts Council received a $1,000 mini-grant for supplies for its “Seward’s Native Roots” 2022 mural project. The mural is a collaboration with the Qutekcak Native Tribe and Seward Mural Society and

Advisor Highlight: Melanie Smith

Seward Community Foundation is thrilled to welcome its newest Board Member, Melanie Smith, who joined the board in February of 2022. Originally from Fairbanks and Bethel, Melanie moved to Seward in 2006 when her husband,

SCF Hosts Nonprofit Training

Seward Community Foundation was pleased to bring The Foraker Group to Seward on September 23rd for a half-day of free classes for our nonprofit community. Nonprofit leaders, staff, and volunteers gathered at the Alaska SeaLife

Nonprofit Highlight: Cooper Landing Emergency Services

Cooper Landing Emergency Services, Inc. purchased an advanced pediatric care kit with a mini-grant from Seward Community Foundation. The Handtevy Pediatric System is a pediatric resuscitation kit and the leading platform for prehospital intervention in

A Special Way to Honor a Loved One

Our friends and family can be a big source of inspiration for us and they can fill our lives with wonder and joy. We may not know it, but they are the gems that fill

Seward Community Foundation Summer Newsletter

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.