EIN 92-0042123

Alaska Humanities Forum

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The mission of the Alaska Humanities Forum is to use the Humanities to tell the stories and impact the lives of all alaskans. The mission of the Alaska Humanities Forum is to connect alaskans through stories, ideas, and experiences that positively cha...

Program areas at Alaska Humanities Forum

Humanities programs encompassed a wide range of Humanities topics including community conversations, a leadership program, Alaskan history and the annual governor's awards for the arts and Humanities. These programs help pass on the values, methods, and wisdom of the Humanities to future generations. The Alaska Humanities Forum issued grants to individuals and small organizations, which funded operational support (covid relief) and humanities-based projects in small communities across the state. Projects cultivate enjoyment of the Humanities in disciplines such as cultural studies, archaeology, ethics, philosophy, history, linguistics, folklore, languages, theatrical arts, and film. There was a significant change in delivery of programs due to fact that the Forum had to change from delivering Humanities programs through in-person events to virtual events due to the covid pandemic.
Salmon program: the purpose of the program is to achieve a more sustainable relationship between salmon and people. The program selects 16 individuals who are proven leaders from different viewpoints. These "salmon fellows" will be engaged in an 18 month program, focused on promoting the following: personal growth,network growth, and relationship growth. Each fellow is awarded a 5,000 grant up front, and 5,000 at the end of a successful completion of the program. The three year program allows for two cohorts of fellows. Other program expenditures are related to the salmon fellow gatherings projects.
Education programs encompassed a wide range of programming targeted to youth and educators including post-secondary preparation, culturally responsive teaching trainings, regional cultural inductions, Alaska history day, and youth leadership programming grounded in cultural awareness and confidence. There was a significant change in delivery of programs due to fact that the Forum had to change from delivering education programs through in-person events to virtual events due to the covid pandemic.

Form 990s for Alaska Humanities Forum

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2020-092021-05-05990View PDF
2019-092021-01-21990View PDF
2018-092020-08-25990View PDF
2018-092019-05-14990View PDF
2017-092018-10-16990View PDF
...and 8 more Form 990s

Who funds Alaska Humanities Forum

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Arctic Slope Community FoundationCommunity Support$347,176
 View purchase optionsGeneral Support$2,350
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Grants made by Alaska Humanities Forum

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Juneau Arts and Humanities CouncilCovid Relief/worksho$9,281
Perseverance TheatreCovid Relief$6,250
Alaska Institute for the Performing ArtsCovid Relief$6,250
 View purchase optionsCovid Relief$6,250
 View purchase optionsCovid Relief$6,250
...and 62 more grants made

Financials for Alaska Humanities Forum

RevenuesFYE 09/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$1,298,416
Program services$1,308,639
Investment income and dividends$7,506
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$613
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$2,615,174

Personnel at Alaska Humanities Forum

Kameron Perez-VerdiaPresident and Chief Executive Officer$148,260
Ted LeonardChief Financial Officer$101,253
Jann MyletDirector of Development and Communications
 View purchase optionsDirector of Programs
 View purchase optionsDirector of Leadership Programs
...and 11 more key personnel

Organizations like Alaska Humanities Forum

Rhode Island Council for the HumanitiesProvidence, RI$1,418,248
Florida Humanities Council (FHC)Saint Petersburg, FL$2,607,334
Asia Society Texas CenterHouston, TX$3,052,666
Michigan HumanitiesOkemos, MI$2,474,215
Arts ClevelandCleveland, OH$886,973
Historic DenverDenver, CO$2,211,022
Art Pride New Jersey FoundationBurlington, NJ$1,034,245
Cleveland Restoration SocietyCleveland, OH$822,637
Vermont Arts CouncilMontpelier, VT$2,304,737
Connecticut HumanitiesMiddletown, CT$1,503,015
ArtsWestchesterWhite Plains, NY$3,982,353
WeduTampa, FL$11,394,460
California HumanitiesOakland, CA$4,115,195
Queens MuseumQueens, NY$3,986,211
Kansas Humanities Council (KHC)Topeka, KS$1,535,343
The Municipal Art Society of New YorkNew York, NY$2,335,081
City LoreNew York, NY$2,567,470
Edward M Kennedy Institute for the United States SenateBoston, MA$8,500,885
Arkansas Humanities CouncilLittle Rock, AR$1,824,377
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library Foundation IncorporatedBoston, MA$6,537,419
Humanities WashingtonSeattle, WA$1,653,624
Germanic-American Institute (GAI)Saint Paul, MN$1,447,918
PEN American CenterNew York, NY$12,289,927
National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA)Washington, DC$2,333,916
New Hampshire Preservation AllianceConcord, NH$1,643,015
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General information
421 W 1st Ave Suite 200
Anchorage, AK 99501
Metro area
Anchorage, AK
Anchorage Municipality, AK
Website URL
(907) 272-5326
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IRS details
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Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
A23: Cultural, Ethnic Awareness
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
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