Growing Tomorrow’s Possibilities

Your gifts to the Seward Community Foundation will make a significant impact on the Seward area FOREVER! Every gift up to $25,000 to SCF's Unrestricted Fund or SCF's Operating Fund will be matched 1:1 by

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

Grant Highlight: Independent Living TRAILS Program

The Independent Living Center received a $4,000 grant through SCF’s 2021 competitive grant cycle for their TRAILS program. TRAILS, which stands for Total Recreation and Independent Living Services, offers year-round recreational opportunities for people who

Nonprofit Highlight: Iron Mountain FFA

"What I love most about being a part of the FFA is connecting with people across the country so that at least a few more people know about the agriculture in Seward and Moose Pass,"

December Grant Giveaway

As 2021 drew to a close, the Seward Community Foundation held an end-of-the-year donation drive with an incentive for those who donated between December 1-20 a chance to name one nonprofit to receive a $1,000

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

Local Giving, Local Impact

Win a grant for your favorite Seward or Moose Pass Charity!

Million Dollar Celebration Fun for All

Seward Community Foundation hosted a community celebration at Seward's Branson Pavillion on September 9th to celebrate giving one million dollars to local charities.

Advisory Board Member Highlight

Seward Community Foundation welcomes its newest board member, long-time Seward resident Marc Swanson.  Marc originally came to Alaska in 1980 to teach in a variety of villages around the state.  During this time, he met

A Letter from SCF’s President

On September 9th, the Seward Community Foundation hosted a community celebration in honor of having distributed $1,000,000 in grants to Seward and Moose Pass charitable nonprofits. We had a large crowd come together to share