Mother's Day Brunch atop Mount Roberts, May 13, 2018

Take your mom to a very special Mother's Day Brunch at the Timberline Restaurant atop Mount Roberts. Your $50 ticket includes a ride up the tram. (Kids 12 and under are $40.) Reservations are recommended-- cal 463-1338.

*This is a fundraiser for Healing Hand Foundation and is possible because of the generous support of Goldbelt, Inc. 

See our Healing Hand Foundation Facebook page for the brunch menu. 

Fun Run is Scheduled for October 7th

Come out and support Healing Hand Foundation by attending our first annual 5K Fun Run and 1 mile walk. We will meet at the Twin Lakes Shelter and the run will be from there to just past the Juneau Pioneers Home and back, of course. Pre-registration is encouraged. 

After the run there will be door prizes and snacks.  So bring a family member and/or friend and help us raise some funds and visibility of Healing Hand Foundation, a foundation that has been helping SE Alaskans receive health-related items for 15 years. 

Note: if you want to register for the fun run and run it competitively, for NAOC points, please make sure to indicate that when you register. Hope to see you there! 

Wells Fargo Donates $2,500 to Healing Hand Foundation

George Reifenstein, Vice President, and Joe Kahklen, President of Healing Hand Foundation, recently received a generous donation from Wells Fargo. Karen West presented the check last week. The donation will be matched by the Sealaska/Soboleff matching grant, so $5,000 will be targeted to assist SEARHC beneficiaries and veterans with certain medical and pharmaceutical costs. For more information, see our funding guidelines or call 364-4402. 

FNBA Donates to Healing Hand Foundation

First National Bank of Alaska is committed to Alaskans and to their economic and cultural growth. They recently gave Healing Hand Foundation a $4,000 contribution to support their work, which is to help fill the funding gap in healthcare services to Alaskan Natives. Luke Fanning presented the $4,000 check to Healing Hand Foundation board president, Joe Kahklen.

The FNBA donation will be matched by the Sealaska-Soboleff Legacy matching grant, which means this gift will have a $8,000 impact on foundation initiatives. Thank you, FNBA!