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Category: Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation


The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation and the ANTHC Injury Prevention program are pleased to present “Thrive! A Night of Comedy” with performer Tatanka Means. Tatanka Means is an award-winning comedian and one of the youngest Native American comedians performing today. He has been sharing his comedy and motivational messages all over Indian Country. He represents the Oglala Lakota, Omaha and Navajo Nations from Chinle, Arizona. Byron Nicholai, Yup’ik performer of “I Sing, You Dance” social media, will open Thrive! This ...


Each year, ANTHC’s Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation honors individuals for their dedication and outstanding contributions to the Alaska Tribal Health System and their communities with the Luminary Awards. Nominations for the Raven’s Ball Luminary Awards are being accepted through close of business Friday, Oct. 21. Awardees will be honored at the 10th annual Raven’s Ball Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage. The Raven’s Ball is one of Alaska’s premier black tie parties and dynamic fundraising ...


ANTHC’s Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation recently hosted their fifth annual Teeing Off for Tribal Health Golf Classic fundraising event Friday, July 22 at the Moose Run Golf Course on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. The one-day event drew 79 players and 20 teams. The Foundation received more than $80,400 in in-kind contributions and the golf tournament raised a total of $33,800 on behalf of its initiatives to strengthen communities and improve health care and services for Alaska Native people across our state. ...


On July 13, Native producers/DJ crew, A Tribe Called Red, performed in Anchorage to celebrate community collaboration and vibrant healthy people and cultures. The concert was brought to Anchorage by three statewide Alaska Native nonprofits, Alaska Native Heritage Center, First Alaskans Institute and Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation, with proceeds benefitting the three organizations. This was an exciting partnership that highlighted the strength of our Alaska Native community and magnified the impact that each of the three organizations makes across the ...


The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation is preparing for its fifth annual Teeing Off for Tribal Health Golf Classic on Friday, July 22, at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Moose Run Golf Course. The one-day Golf Classic is highlighted by an 18-hole scramble tournament, contests, raffle prizes, lunch and more. Support is needed for this fun and impactful fundraiser. Proceeds from this year’s event will help provide for the emotional needs of children dealing with health challenges. Whether they are undergoing surgery, ...


Our Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation Luminary Award winners are individuals recognized for their exceptional dedication and contributions to the Alaska Tribal Health System. Awards were presented April 2, and we are highlighting the winners. The Community Spirit Award was presented to Mike Williams Sr., Native Village of Akiak, in recognition of his advocacy for sobriety and subsistence rights. Mr. Williams is often recognized in state and national Tribal gatherings calling for a life of sobriety and fighting for subsistence rights. ...

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