The Village of Tyonek is a Dean’ina Athabascan Indian village of 193 residents located on a bluff overlooking Cook inlet, 43 miles southwest of Anchorage. The village is only accessible by sea or air and its residents maintain a subsistence diet primarily of salmon, moose, beluga whale and waterfowl. The village residents have a rich […]
For Inupiat Eskimo families in Northwest Alaska, access to a nursing home for elders required boarding a flight to Anchorage, 549 miles southeast of Kotzebue, and leaving behind traditional foods, family and friends. In order to ensure that the area’s elders could grow old and spend their last years near their culture, family and friends, […]
Pacific Gateway Center is a 35‐year old non profit whose mission is to help immigrants, refugees and low‐income residents of Hawaii gain access to opportunities and services that will lead to self‐sufficiency.
Financing for a coffee wholesaler and store