If you are the winning bidder on a package you can pick it up at the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation’s office:
4500 Diplomacy Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
We will be available for auction item pickup during the following hours:
Monday, April 26 to Friday, April 30 from 10AM to 3PM daily.
Please call 907-729-7759 when you arrive. If you cannot pick items up during the days and times listed above, please call 907-729-5652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time and date for pickup.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you are the winning bidder on an item and would like it shipped. All shipping costs are the responsibility of the winning bidder and will be billed to the card used during the auction. All sales are final.
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When you donate to support Healthy Patients you are doing far more than giving money. You are offering comfort to a person going through surgery, helping children get the medicine they need, strengthening cancer care at the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC), improving the quality of healthcare for Alaskans, helping children deal with the loss of a loved one, providing education to doctors and helping parents fly with their children who are traveling far from home for treatment.Get Involved
You can help provide for the emotional needs of children dealing with health challenges. Whether they are undergoing surgery, coping with the loss of a loved one or facing a painful, life-limiting condition, your help enables the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation to meet their needs.Get Involved
What makes a community healthy? The feeling of being safe in your own home. Clean air to breathe. Elders that are cared for. By giving to the Healthy Communities Fund, your support u can help improve the overall health and well-being of Alaskans across the state.Get Involved
Donations to the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation’s Fund for Area of Greatest Need are unrestricted so that we can quickly respond to unexpected challenges in any program within the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, including programs at our flagship tertiary care institution, the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage.Get Involved
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