Old Harbor Scholarship Foundation
The Old Harbor Scholarship Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation, was established to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships for post-secondary education and financial support to youth participating in extracurricular educational and cultural programs. These programs are available to OHNC shareholders, lineal descendants and their dependents. In addition, the Foundation supports the Old Harbor Imagination Library. The Imagination Library program sends age appropriate books monthly to children ages 0-5 years old to enhance early childhood literacy and development.
Old Harbor Alliance
The Old Harbor Alliance, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, was established by community leaders to provide educational programs & projects that bring residents together to build a healthy community. The Old Harbor Alliance, through support of various grants and private donations, has organized and sponsored Nuniaq Alutiiq Camp as well as Family Gatherings, Alutiiq Traditional Dancing and Cultural workshops in Old Harbor. They are working towards building capacity and programs that foster a healthy community with strong leaders for all generations.
Alutiiq Tribe of Old Harbor
The Alutiiq Tribe of Old Harbor is a federally recognized Tribe located in Old Harbor, Alaska and was established in 1968. The Tribe provides programs in Old Harbor that include Food Distribution, Preschool, Scholarship Funds, Fishing and Hunting licenses, Recycling, Indian Environmental General Assistance, Indian Child Welfare Act, Environment Department, and Roads and Transportation Department.
Kodiak Area Native Association
The Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation providing health care and social services for the Alaska Natives and our communities throughout the Koniag region. They have been providing resources for improved health and wellbeing for generations since 1966, including Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, and Community Service Programs to serve the communities of the City of Kodiak, Akhiok, Karluk, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, Port Lions, and Larsen Bay. They believe that healthy individuals live in healthy communities, and have prioritized offering resources accordingly to elevate the quality of life of those we serve.
Alutiiq Heritage Foundation – Alutiiq Museum
The Alutiiq Museum is a public, non-profit organization (501[c]3 and 509[a]) governed by the Alutiiq Heritage Foundation. The Alutiiq Museum grew from the Kodiak Area Native Association's Culture and Heritage Division (KANA). In 1987, the KANA board of directors resolved that the exploration and celebration of Native culture was essential to the well-being of Alutiiq communities. To support and share cultural learning, KANA established island-wide programs to teach Alutiiq arts, study the Alutiiq language, and investigate Alutiiq history, with the vision of one day developing a museum for the Alutiiq people. The Alutiiq Museum opened to the public on May 13, 1995 under the governance of the Alutiiq Heritage Foundation. A representative from KANA and each of Kodiak's ANCSA corporations formed the board of directors. Collections from KANA's cultural center were moved to the new building and became the foundation for the museum's exhibits, programs, events, and publications.