News & Events

  • Protect Programs for Low-Income Alaskans

    The recent operating budget vetoes signed by the Governor will impact Alaskans from all walks of life at risk. Education, access to healthcare, senior services, and programs that fight homelessness are just a few things at stake. We need your help asking the legislature to OVERRIDE THE VETOES! Here are two ways to ..

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  • Round Up Will Help to End Hunger

    Sometimes you have to be bold to make important things happen! That’s what Fred Meyer is doing with Zero Hunger / Zero Waste (https://www.thekrogerco.com/), an initiative to end hunger in the communities that Fred Meyer calls home and eliminate waste across the company by 2025. You can help Fred Meyer me..

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  • Stand up for Senior Citizens

    Before Sheryl moved to Alaska she was a civil rights activist in Chattanooga, Tennessee (she even marched with Martin Luther King Jr during the civil rights movement!). She moved to Anchorage with her family in 1976 for a fresh start far away from the threat she felt in her Tennessee neighborhood. ..

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  • Help Stop the Proposed Cuts to Senior Benefits

    Daniel is an Alaskan senior who relies on the support from the Senior Benefits Program and other supplemental programs to get by. Daniel came to Alaska in 1972 from Chicago to seek opportunity in Nome, Alaska and has lived in the state ever since. He has worked various seasonal jobs, including as an ice roa..

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  • Pick.Click.Give through August 31st

    If you applied for a 2019 PFD you can STILL donate $25 or more of your dividend to Food Bank of Alaska, through August 31st. Simply log in to your PFD application and you can add or increase a donation in $25 increments. Thank you for considering Food Bank of Alaska for your Pick.Click.Give contribution. ..

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  • FBA statement on final farm bill agreement.

    Statement from Jim Baldwin, CEO “After two years of consideration, both the House and Senate have passed a Farm Bill – important legislation that governs many key nutrition programs. The 2018 Farm Bill protects funding to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), our nation’s most effective a..

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