FY12 Grants Awarded  

Your Money at Work (7/1/11 thru 6/30/12)

Alaskans for Energy Freedom Campaign

  • Alaska Center for the Environment $5,000
    Anchorage, AK
    GIS Support on Coal
  • Alaska Center for the Environment $30,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Climate, Dust and Activists – Getting Fired Up Against Coal
  • Alaska Center for the Environment $100,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Anti-Coal and Salmon Identification Project
  • Alaska Community Action on Toxics $40,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizing Medical Professionals on Coal
  • Alaska Community Action on Toxics $23,600
    Anchorage, AK
    Support for Air Quality Monitoring in Seward
  • Alaska Conservation Alliance $30,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Legislative strategy for the proposed Port Mackenzie rail spur
  • Alaska Public Interest Research Group $150,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Utility Reform Campaign
  • Alaska Wilderness League $20,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Arctic Coal Education
  • Center for Science in Public Participation $20,000
    Bozeman, MT
    Technical Support for AEF Campaign
  • Center for Science in Public Participation $30,000
    Bozeman, MT
    Technical Support for AEF Campaign
  • Chickaloon Village Traditional Council $35,000
    Chickaloon, AK
    Opposition to Matanuska Valley Coal Development
  • Chickaloon Village Traditional Council $25,000
    Chickaloon, AK
    Capacity to Oppose Matanuska Valley Coal Development
  • Chuitna Citizens Coalition $8,000
    Beluga, AK
    Organizing on Coal
  • Chuitna Citizens Coalition $20,000
    Beluga, AK
    Organizing on Chuitna Coal
  • Cook Inletkeeper $67,500
    Homer, AK
    Tribal Engagement
  • Cook Inletkeeper $25,000
    Homer, AK
    Rapid Response – Appeal of USP Decision
  • Cook Inletkeeper $355,000
    Homer, AK
    Chuitna Campaign
  • Friends of Mat-Su $25,000
    Palmer, AK
    Organizing on Coal
  • Friends of Mat-Su $220,000
    Palmer, AK
    Matanuska Valley Coal Campaign
  • Ground Truth Trekking $10,000
    Seldovia, AK
    Technical Support on Coal
  • Ground Truth Trekking $15,000
    Seldovia, AK
    Technical Support for AEF Campaign
  • Ground Truth Trekking $6,000
    Seldovia, AK
    AEF Media Library
  • Native American Rights Fund $10,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Legal Support to the Native Village of Tyonek
  • Northern Alaska Environmental Center $20,000
    Fairbanks, AK
    Organizing the Interior on the Healy Experimental Coal Plant
  • Northern Alaska Environmental Center$30,000
    Fairbanks, AK
    Providing Grassroots Support for Anti-Coal Efforts in the Alaskan Interior and the Arctic
  • Sierra Club Foundation $100,000
    San Francisco, CA
    Arctic Coal Campaign
  • Trustees for Alaska $20,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Legal Support for Coal
  • Trustees for Alaska $300,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Legal Support for AEF Campaign

Total Alaskans for Energy Freedom Grants $1,740,100 (28 items)

Alaska Native Fund

Total Alaska Native Fund Grants $99,593.08 (9 items)

Bristol Bay Conservation Campaign

Total Bristol Bay Conservation Campaign Grants $110,500 (6 items)

Community Capacity Fund

Total Community Capacity Fund Grants $49,600 (8 items)

Conservation Achievement Awards Fund

  • Alaska Marine Conservation Council $1,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Grant designated by Dorothy Childers, winner of the 2011 Olaus Murie Award for Outstanding Professional Contributions
  • Bird Treatment and Learning Center $1,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Grant designated by Stacy Studebaker, winner of the 2011 Celia Hunter Award for Outstanding Volunteer Contributions

Total Conservation Achievement Awards Fund Grants $2,000 (2 items)

Conservation Internship Program

Total Conservation Internship Program Grants $43,280 (6 items)

Jeanne S. Williams Anadromous Fish Protection Endowment Fund

Total Jeanne S. Williams Anadromous Fish Protection Endowment Fund Grants $5,000 (2 items)

Leghorn Endowment Fund

Total Leghorn Endowment Fund Grants $5,000 (3 items)

Organizational Capacity

  • Alaska Community Action on Toxics $3,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Alaska Community Action on Toxics $3,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Alaska Marine Conservation Council$46,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity Grant – 2012 – 2013
  • Alaska Youth for Environmental Action $3,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Alaska Youth for Environmental Action $3,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity Additional Capacity Support
  • Cook Inletkeeper $3,000
    Homer, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Cook Inletkeeper $3,000
    Homer, AK
    Organizational Capacity Additional Capacity Support
  • Copper River Watershed Project $3,000
    Cordova, AK
    Organizational Capacity Additional Capacity Support
  • Environmental Grantmakers Association $1,000
    New York, NY
    2011 Environmental Grantmakers Association Fall Retreat
  • Sitka Conservation Society $3,000
    Sitka, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Sitka Conservation Society $3,000
    Sitka, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Southeast Alaska Conservation Council  $3,000
    Juneau, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Southeast Alaska Conservation Council $3,000
    Juneau, AK
    Organizational Capacity – Additional Capacity Support
  • Trustees for Alaska $46,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizational Capacity Grant – 2012 – 2013

Total Organizational Capacity Grants $126,000 (14 items)

Rapid Response Fund

Total Rapid Response Fund Grants $51,800 (7 items)

Restricted Grantmaking

Total Restricted Grantmaking Fund Grants $214,565 (4 items)

Strategies for Alaska’s Future Fund

Total Strategies for Alaska’s Future Fund Grants $58,000 (4 items)

Studebaker Family Environmental Education Donor Advised Fund

Total Studebaker Family Environmental Education Donor Advised Fund Grants $11,800 (7 items)

Tongass Fish People & Place Campaign

  • Alaska Wilderness League $16,000
    Washington, DC
    Nature Based Tourism Assessment
  • Alaska Wilderness League $50,000
    Washington, DC
    Tongass Salmon Watershed Campaign
  • Hydaburg Cooperative Association $40,000
    Hydaburg, AK
    Stewardship Conservation Coordination
  • Sitka Conservation Society $100,000
    Sitka, AK
    Building Community Capacity and Sustainable Economies
  • Sitka Conservation Society $50,000
    Sitka, AK
    Encourage Tongass Transition
  • Southeast Alaska Conservation Council $120,000
    Juneau, AK
    Building Community Capacity and Sustainable Economies
  • Southeast Alaska Conservation Council $50,000
    Juneau, AK
    Support grant to aid the Tongass’ Transition to a Sustainable Forest Management System
  • Southeast Alaska Wilderness Exploration Analysis & Discovery $62,000
    Juneau, AK
    Support for Tongass People & Place
  • Trout Unlimited, Alaska Program $30,000
    Juneau, AK
    Education & Outreach in the Tongass
  • The Wilderness Society $100,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Facilitation of the Tongass Transition

Total Tongass Fish People & Place Campaign Grants $618,000 (10 items)

Watchable Wildlife Conservation Trust Fund

Total Watchable Wildlife Conservation Trust Fund Grants $2,000 (1 item)

Grant Total $3,155,238.08 (112 items)