Foundation Campaigns & Programs

Caring Connections
Gather your friends, neighbors, coffee group or book club in the comfort of your own home and enjoy a meaningful and personal dialogue about the incredible support services available for cancer patients and their loved ones at the Providence Cancer Center.
 
Chains of Caring
Chains of Caring are small pieces of construction paper links that are sold for a donation of 25 cents each to help Alaskan children being treated for cancer.
 
Throughout September, as The Children’s Hospital at Providence recognized National Childhood Cancer Awareness, participating classrooms sell paper links to be linked as one school chain.
 
Children's Miracle Network
Children's Miracle Network (CMN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children by raising funds and awareness for 170 non-profit children's hospitals throughout North America.
 
Friends of the Providence Cancer Center
Friends show an unwavering annual commitment to the compassionate services provided to all Alaskans at the Providence Cancer Center. Funds raised are distributed to cancer support services programs like patient navigation, Susan Butcher Family Center, and a healing arts program.
 
Helping Hands - Employee Giving
Since 2003, through the Helping Hands employee giving program, employee contributions have literally touched the lives of countless patients and their loved ones.
 
Pick.Click.Give
When you go on-line to sign up for your Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend, you will see an option to “Pick.Click.Give.”  Follow the instructions to make donation. You can find more information about the program, including frequently asked questions at www.PickClickGive.org.
 
The Mother Joseph Society
Members of the Mother Joseph Society provide annual support for significant projects that advance the medical care and services at Providence facilities in Alaska.  Minimum annual investments of $1,000 or more generously provide for continued medical advances and quality care.
 
The Legacy Society
To recognize families and individuals who have placed the Providence Alaska Foundation in their will or estate plan, we have established The Legacy Society.  Donors who make a bequest or provide for other estate gifts through gift annuities, trusts, or other planned gifts are invited to an annual event and recognized for their dedication to our mission in our annual report.
 
For More Information
Please contact the Providence Alaska Foundation at (907) 212-3600 to learn more about upcoming events, ask a question about our services and programs, or even setup donation arrangements.  We are always happy to hear from you.