Community Investment Grants

Alaska Children’s Trust (ACT) awards grants to organizations in Alaska that work towards the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Historically, ACT has funded both primary and secondary prevention programs. ACT values services offered in geographic areas with a demonstrated high need and leveraging new funding sources for child abuse prevention.  

With the generous support of our donors, ACT has invested more than $4 million in Alaskan children and families since our inception. Each year, ACT distributes between $150,000 - $300,000 to multiple organizations across the state. Funds have supported projects like community cafés/support groups, suicide prevention, parenting classes, awareness/outreach, Alaska Parent Line, and trauma-informed care training. View our current grant recipients.

To be considered for a grant award, grant seekers must meet specific criteria and complete and submit the required application according to the specific guidelines of each program. A request for proposals occurs once a year, usually in the fall. 

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