The Alaska Airlines Foundation is Awarding $260,000 to 24 Nonprofits in Alaska, Washington and Hawaii

August 6, 2019

Courtesy: Alaska Airlines
HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Alaska Airlines Foundation has supported communities with cash grants to nonproxts for 20 years.

They have awarded over $2 million dollars in total funds.

The Alaska Airlines Foundation is focused on programs that benext young people in the communities served by Alaska Airlines.

Six grants will be awarded to the following Hawaii organizations including:

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
  • ClimbHi/LEI Program
  • Friends of Hawaii Robotics
  • Girl Scouts of Hawaii
  • Mālama Learning Center/Island Scholars
  • Nalukai Foundation
Courtesy: Alaska Airlines

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