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PFD contributions wanted (Alaska Journal of Commerce)
Gov. Sarah Palin, holding son
Trig, stands with Foraker Group's Dennis McMillian, Piper Palin,
Rasmuson Foundation's Diane Kaplan and United Way of Anchorage's
Michele Brown just after signing into law House Bill 166... Read More ...
(Photo/Frank Flavin Photography/Courtesy of Rasmuson Foundation)
From The Chronicle: Alaska's Charitable-Giving Law
Alaska has passed a new law aimed at bolstering philanthropic giving among state residents, The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports. Read more ...
Nonprofits to benefit from new PFD program
The newly established Permanent Fund Dividend Contribution Program
makes it possible for Alaskans to donate all or part of their permanent
fund dividends to qualified charitable organizations, educational
institutions, community foundations and University of Alaska campuses
before the law sunsets in three years. Read more ...
Palin signs new PFD bill into law (KTNA)
Governor Palin signed a new bill into law
that allows residents to immediately give their PFD, or any portion of
it, to their favorite non profit corporation.
Sarah Palin signed an Alaska Permanent Fund dividend contribution
program into law yesterday. The new program allows Alaskans to donate a
portion or all of their PFD to qualifying charitable organizations,
institutions and community foundations. Read more ...