The Juneau Community Foundation supports programs, projects and initiatives that empower citizens to make a difference in the lives of others. In addition to the six interest areas listed above, the Foundation supports a wide array of organizations and programs that don’t fall neatly into one specific category. Many of these are broad-based, covering topics such as community sustainability and development; others are more specific. All support the Foundation’s mission of creating a healthy, safe, and culturally rich environment in our hometown and region.

Since 2005, we have supported close to $3 million in 34 community-oriented organizations and programs:

Alaska Civil Liberties Union

Alaska Conservation Foundation

Alaska Development Corporation

Alaska State Library Historical

Audubon Alaska

Capital Community Broadcasting – KTOO

Center for Community

City of Saxman

Dimond Park Field House

Eagle River United Methodist Camp

Electric Vehicles Infrastructure Project

First Book Southeast Alaska

First Presbyterian Church

Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research

Friends of Admiralty Island

Friends of the Juneau City Museum

Friends of the Juneau Libraries

Gastineau Channel Historical Society

Gastineau Humane Society

Holy Trinity Church – McPhetres Hall

Juneau Memorial Fund

Juneau Mountain Rescue

Juneau Police Department

Juneau Raptor Center

Juneau Unplugged

Lynn Canal Broadcasting- KHNS

Shrine of Saint Therese

Skagway Convention & Visitors Bureau

Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

Southeast Alaska Dogs Organized for Ground Search

State of Alaska – Capitol Renovation

State of Alaska – Capitol Complex

Taylor White Foundation

The Nature Conservancy

Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority