SCF Awards Over $103,000

Last Friday, March 31, the Seward Community Foundation (SCF) held a special event at the Gateway Hotel to announce disbursements for its 2023 funding cycle. In total, the SCF awarded $103,527 to 17 area organizations.

Honoring A Seward Pioneer

As Alaska's most fantastic race kicks off today, we are excited to highlight a project that Seward Iditarod Trailblazers are working on and give a sneak peek behind the scenes of their new bronzed statue
Mark standing on cliff overlooking the ocean.

Board Member Highlight: Mark Kansteiner

Mark says, “I am glad to be a part of Seward Community Foundation because it’s an opportunity to be involved in the improvement of the overall health and welfare of our community. The SCF endowment

Nonprofit Highlight: Garden by the Bay

After five seasons, the Garden by the Bay has been a successful program that has impacted many. The plots provide interested community members with garden space, and some plots are set aside to grow vegetables

Benny Benson Hand-Sewn Flag to be Restored by Friends of the Library

riends of the Seward Library was awarded a major SCF grant of $4000 to restore one of the original hand-sewn Benny Benson flags. This flag was first presented to Mrs. Viola Swetmann, one of the

Seward Artists in the Schools Program a Win-Win for All

Seward Community Foundation is proud to partner with the Seward Arts Council and the Seward PTA to provide an Artist in Residence program for local schools.

Summer Newsletter

There are so many wonderful programs happening in our community. Enjoy the summer newsletter!

Kim Reierson, a Seward Treasure.

We also want to appreciate how much she has given to make the SCF a strong supporter of our local nonprofits, undoubtedly making Seward and Moose Pass better places to live and raise our families.