Nonprofit Qualification

 

In order to be considered for nomination and an award at an upcoming meeting, nonprofits must be pre-qualified (in compliance with State of Alaska regulations and current on IRS filings).

 

Current members are encourage to submit a favorite nonprofit. Members who are employed by a nonprofit may submit the organization for qualification, but may not nominate or enter the nonprofit into the drawing at a meeting. We encourage members to speak on behalf of nonprofits they volunteer for or that they have a passion for!

 

Current Recipient:

Green Star of Interior Alaska

  • Arctic Resource Center for Suicide Prevention (Eligible October 2022)

  • Fairbanks Community Food Bank (Eligible July 2022)

  • I.C.E. Alaska (Eligible April 2022)

  • Perinatal Bereavement, GFCHF (Eligible October 2022)

  • Fairbanks Youth Advocates - The Door (Eligible July 2022)

  • Interior Alaska Cancer Association​​ (Eligible April 2022)

  • North Star Imagination Library (Eligible January 2022)

  • National Alliance for Mental Illiness NAMI 

        (Eligible October 2021)

  • Street Outreach Advocacy Program SOAP (Eligible July 2021)

  • Paws for Purple Hearts (Eligible April 2021)

Qualified Nonprofits

These local nonprofits are eligible to be nominated at future meetings. 

  • Access Alaska

  • Alaska Center for Children and Adults (ACCA)

  • Alaska Center for Resource Families

  • Alaska Mission of Mercy (c/o Alaska Dental Society Charitable Activities Fund)

  • American Cancer Society

  • Arctic German Shepherd Rescue

  • American Heart Association - Fairbanks

  • American Red Cross of Alaska

  • Armed Services YMCA of Alaska

  • Association of the United States Army, Polar Bear Chapter

  • Autism Society of Alaska

  • Barnette Magnet School PTA

  • Big Brother's Big Sisters Alaska

  • Birch Center Supervised Visitation and Exchange   (c/o Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living)

  • Bone Builders Backpacks, GFCHF

  • Boys & Girls Club of the Tanana Valley

  • Bread Line, Inc.

  • Breast Cancer Detection Center of AK

  • Calypso Farms

  • Circle of Hope, GFCHF

  • Companions, Inc.

  • Dance Theatre of Fairbanks

  • Denali Elementary PTA

  • Downtown Association of Fairbanks Community  Services Patrol

  • Fairbanks Animal Shelter Fund

  • Fairbanks Arts Association

  • Fairbanks Children's Museum

  • Fairbanks Concert Association

  • Fairbanks Housing & Homeless Coalition

  • Fairbanks Neighborhood Housing Services

  • Fairbanks Rescue Mission

  • Fairbanks Resource Agency

  • Fairbanks Rollergirls

  • Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre

  • Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival

  • Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra

  • Fairbanks Youth Advocates

  • Golden Heart Community Foundation Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation

  • Green Star of Interior Alaska

  • Hospice Plant Sale

  • Interior AIDS Association

  • Interior Alaska Cancer Association

  • Joel's Place

  • KUAC

  • Leslie's Children

  • Literacy Council of Alaska

  • Love INC (Love in the Name of Christ)

  • Morning Star Ranch

  • Noble Paws

  • North Pole Lions Foundation

  • North Star Community Foundation

    • Friends of SS Nenana​

  • North Star Council on Aging / Fairbanks Senior Center

  • North Star Youth Court

  • Northern Alaska Environmental Center

  • Northern Hope Center

  • Northstar Ballet​

  • Opera Fairbanks

  • Our 2 Cents

  • Plenty for All

  • Resource Center for Parents and Children   

  • Safe Families for Children (Beacon Hill)            

  • Tanana District 4-H Leaders Council

  • Tanana Valley Watershed Association

  • Thrivalaska

  • United Way of the Tanana Valley

  • Unity Outreach Inc.

  • University of Alaska Foundation, Department of Recreation, Adventure & Wellness (DRAW)

  • Victory Ministries

  • Young Life

Thank you

Women of Fairbanks!

Nonprofit Eligibility

Established nonprofit organizations serving the Interior of Alaska are eligible for nomination. No national nonprofits will be considered unless they have a local chapter that provides direct services to local community members (such as the Red Cross). The purpose is for the contribution to stay 100% in the community.

Nonprofits agree to provide individual tax receipts and to refrain from using donor information for future solicitations or for publicity purposes unless specified otherwise by the member. Nonprofits also agree to send a representative to the following meeting to describe the impact that the donation had.

Selected nonprofits are not eligible for resubmission for three years. Nonprofits not selected are eligible for renomination immediately.

​updated by Golden Heart Women on 1/21/2021