Help The Homeless Press Release

The Kenai Peninsula Foundation, an affiliate of the Alaska Community Foundation formally established a donor advised non-endowed fund to assist in the mitigation of homelessness in the Central Peninsula. 

President of the Kenai Peninsula Foundation (KPF), Tim Navarre, shared that KPF had been contacted by a generous anonymous donor who is establishing donor advised non-endowed fund to support housing and homelessness solutions in the Central Kenai Peninsula region. 

It is the hope of the KPF Board members that KPF can become a sustainable funding partner in the community to support the acquisition of a permanent homeless shelter.  “Should a sustainable permanent facility providing shelter and services to address these needs come to fruition in the Central Kenai Peninsula through a reputable organization, this fund should be committed in its entirety to the effort,” added Navarre.  

For those wishing to make a donation to the Kenai Peninsula Foundation – “Central Kenai Peninsula Help the Homeless Fund”, go to: Alaska Community Foundation and choose give to a fund and type in Central or click on this link: 

https://alaskacf.org/blog/funds/central-kenai-peninsula-help-the-homeless-fund/

“We are very grateful to be partnering with people who share a vision for a healthy community and healthy people,” added Navarre.

 

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Help The Homeless Press Release

To: Kenai Peninsula News & Radio
From: Hadassah Knight –
Date: 5/11/2021
Re: Donor Advised “Help for the Homeless Fund” established through
Kenai Peninsula Foundation

The Kenai Peninsula Foundation, an affiliate of the Alaska Community Foundation formally established a donor advised non-endowed fund to assist in the mitigation of homelessness in the Central Peninsula.
President of the Kenai Peninsula Foundation (KPF), Tim Navarre, shared that KPF had been contacted by a generous anonymous donor who is establishing donor advised non-endowed fund to support housing and homelessness solutions in the Central Kenai Peninsula region.
It is the hope of the KPF Board members that KPF can become a sustainable funding partner in the community to support the acquisition of a permanent homeless shelter. “Should a sustainable permanent facility providing shelter and services to address these needs come to fruition in the Central Kenai Peninsula through a reputable organization, this fund should be committed in its entirety to the effort,” added Navarre.
For those wishing to make a donation to the Kenai Peninsula Foundation – “Central Kenai Peninsula Help the Homeless Fund”, go to: Alaska Community Foundation and choose give to a fund and type in Central or click on this link:
https://alaskacf.org/blog/funds/central-kenai-peninsula-help-the-homeless-fund/
“We are very grateful to be partnering with people who share a vision for a healthy community and healthy people,” added Navarre.