2022 Luminary Awards

Call for Nominations for the 15th Annual Luminary Awards

The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF), the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC’s) charitable arm, is currently accepting nominations for our 2022 Luminary Awards. The Luminary Awards recognize individuals and organizations for their dedication and outstanding contribution to the Alaska Tribal Health System and community. This year’s categories are:

The nominations deadline for the 2022 Luminary Awards is 5:00pm on Friday, December 17, 2021. All nominations will be reviewed by the HANF Board of Directors. The Board anticipates final selection of awardees will be made in early 2022. For more information please contact us 907-729-5652 or at info@healthyalaskanatives.org.

We’re excited to celebrate the outstanding individuals and organizations who have positively impacted Alaska Native health in our state!

Healthy Patients

Healthy Patients

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.

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Healthy Kids

Healthy Kids

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.

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Healthy Communities

Healthy Communities

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.

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Area of Greatest Need

Area of Greatest Need

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.

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