How you can help:
Donate items, bring them to our office in Anchorage. We usually make two runs to the area; one in the morning, and another one, in the afternoon. Here’s what’s needed: breakfast bars, individual fruit cups, individual meals such as ravioli, pre-packaged store bought lasagna, juice boxes/pouches, #10 cans of various foods (large cans), foil pans, scrubbers, sponges, and cleaning supplies.
Drop off location:
Alaska Health Fair
720 W. 58th Avenue Unit J,
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
Please call (907) 278-0234 for directions; look for yellow signs as you approach.
Make a secure donation by credit card/debit card online, please click the button below:Donate
We look for best deals around town for food and other items to ensure a maximum impact of every donated dollar.
Photo on right: converting cash donations into food and other much-needed items.
Mail us a check – please give us a call so that we know to expect your donation, (907) 278-0234.
On behalf of the displaced families, we thank all the organizations and individuals that donated items and funds to support the relief effort. We would like to thank the following people and organizations for your donations to the various fire victims. Amanda Wright with Frontier Home Health and Hospice: Anchorage, Pat Abney, Barb Sell, Lindsey Vaughan, Jeannie Thompson, Rev Sara Brown-St Mark Lutheran Church, Bill Thompson, Thomas Hamilton and Donna Lindttees, Joan Adamy, Yvonne Tansill, Carol Does, Karen Dale, JBER Families, Ted Jacobson with EPA Anchorage, ChangePoint Young Adults Group, McCullaugh Family, St Mark Lutheran Church, S.T.A.R. Dorthy and Tamiko Matsui, Dixie Hudish, Bob and Betty Lutye, Barbara Cher, Health and Wellness Department of Anchorage Senior Activity Center, Betty Burke, Helga Watterson, Jeremiah and Frances Greene, Fred and Beryl Kring, Darrell Swanson-St Marks’ Lutheran Church, Bernadette DeSantis, Megan Thomas-Providence, Chugiak Senior Center, Anchorage & Valley Radiation Therapy Centers, Life Alaska Donor Services and the numerous Alaskans who gave generously but didn’t give us their names. smile emoticon It’s been a great pleasure collecting items and transporting them to our neighbors in need.
Once the fires are under control, we plan to provide you with a comprehensive report on how your donations made a difference.
Photo on right: Harmony and Betty finised loading for an afternoon trip (6/18).
Please share with your friends and families. Let’s help our fellow Alaskans.
The Alaska Health Fair Team and Volunteers