Mark your calendar for these upcoming events:
Mush For Kids 2020
Children First: Strengthening Your Voice Through Advocacy and Communication - The Alaska Children's Trust and Georgetown University Center for Children and Families came together to host a workshop for nonprofits and grassroots groups that focused on advocacy, and skills in communication. This event also gave the opportunity for connecting with other nonprofits and organizations dedicated to making Alaska safe for everyone.
ACT Fundraising Reception and 2019 Southcentral Champion for Kids: Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate our 2019 Southcentral Champions for Kids, Diane Payne (posthumous) & Barbara Malchick. We hope you enjoyed Steve Gordon’s collaborative student art project, Resilience After Trauma: An ACEs Mural Project. You can find a link to a short video on the evening HERE.
Special thanks to everyone who gave, and our sponsors:
Wells Fargo: Challenge Grant Sponsor and key supporter of Alaska Children’s Trust since 2014.
Saltchuk Family of Companies: Presenting and Challenge Grant Sponsor
Rasmuson Foundation: Presenting and Challenge Grant Sponsor and key supporter of Alaska Children’s Trust since 2006.
Alyeska Pipeline: Supporting Sponsor and key supporter of Alaska Children’s Trust since 2006.
CIRI Foundation: Supporting Sponsor
Exxon Mobil: Sponsor
ACT Reception in Sitka, Alaska
The Alaska Children’s Trust will be hosting a reception on Wednesday, June 19th in Sitka, Alaska. The community is invited to join the Alaska Children’s Trust Board of Directors, Trevor Storrs, President and CEO and ACT staff to learn more about the work of the Trust and the prevention of child abuse and neglect in our state. Join us from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm at Harrigan Centennial Hall, 330 Harbor Drive, Raven Meeting Room, Sitka, AK. Refreshments provided.
Prevent Child Sexual Abuse - Free Webinar
Protecting Your Children: Advice from Child Molesters
Resilience After Trauma: An ACEs Mural Project
Alaska Children’s Trust is pleased to share Resilience After Trauma, a special collaborative art project coordinated under the direction of Mr. Steve Gordon, resulting in seven unique, storytelling murals by 20 different artists. Each mural reflects the powerful and personal stories of childhood trauma, resilience and healing.
ACEs are adverse childhood experiences that impair development of children’s brains and bodies so profoundly that the effects persist throughout a person’s life. Sustained or repeated exposure to severe adversity without supportive relationships is toxic for children. Developing resilience – strength to care for one’s self, healthy support, and recover from challenge – can buffer children from the impact of ACEs.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize that we each can play an important role in promoting the social and emotional well-being of children and families in communities.
Juneau Reception - 2019 Champions for Kids (Southeast)
Thank you for joining Lt. Governor Kevin Meyer in Juneau on February 20, 2019 where we recognized two Champions for Kids - Ms. Joy Lyon & Senator Peter Micciche. Both have been instrumental in helping Alaska’s children and families thrive. Special thanks to ConocoPhillips for providing a $10,000 challenge grant - their 9th year in helping us prevent child abuse and neglect.
ACT 30th Anniversary Celebration: Thank you to everyone who came to help celebrate our 30th anniversary at our event in Anchorage on September 20 – and thank you to all who made a gift in honor of this milestone. A special thank you to our anniversary sponsors:
Wells Fargo – platinum and challenge grant sponsor, committing $10,000 and key supporter of ACT since 2014
Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital – key anniversary sponsor
Tote Maritime Alaska – anniversary sponsor