Congratulations to the class of 2014! Meet this year's graduates in the 2014 edition of the Doyon Foundation graduate yearbook.
Doyon Foundation and Transparent Language, Inc. has announced the launch of the Doyon Foundation 7000 Partnership.
The goal of the partnership is to create leading-edge software for the teaching and learning of the Athabascan languages of Alaska’s
Doyon region, which encompasses approximately 12.5 million acres in Interior Alaska.
Arctic Information Technology (AIT), a subsidiary of Doyon Government Group, has donated $3,000 to Doyon Foundation to establish a
new competitive scholarship. The first scholarship will be awarded this fall for the 2014 – 2015 academic year.
The class of 2014 was celebrated at the Doyon Foundation Graduation Reception, which took place May 9 in Fairbanks. A total of 40 people,
including staff, board members, donors, supporters, family and friends, attended the reception.
See photos from the event on Facebook.
Or read more about the event here.
The 2013 Doyon Foundation annual report is now available.
Click here to view.
Beginning with the April 15, 2014 application deadline for fall 2014 competitive and basic scholarships,
Doyon Foundation will only accept applications online. Paper applications will no longer be accepted.
Did you know you can help Doyon Foundation earn donations just by shopping with your Fred Meyer rewards card? Fred Meyer is
donating $2.5 million per year to nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give.
You can support the Foundation while you shop with just a few simple steps.
This summer, 24 supporters helped Doyon Foundation earn $367 – just by shopping at Fred Meyer!
Read more on our blog.
In late July 2014, a diverse and intergenerational group of 22 individuals, including shareholders and a handful of Elders,
came together at Howard Luke’s Galee’ya Camp by the Tanana River in Fairbanks to talk about climate change and its impacts on local
communities. Read more on our blog.
The 14th annual Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic took place June 12 and 13 at the Chena Bend Golf Course on Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska.
A total of 32 four-member teams participated in the event, which raises scholarship funds for Doyon Foundation students. The event netted more than
$105,000 for the Foundation’s Morris Thompson competitive scholarship fund. Read more on
Applications Due Monday, October 20 by 5 p.m.
Doyon Foundation is currently seeking candidates for three open seats on our board of directors. The open positions are for three-year terms expiring in 2017.
The deadline to apply is Monday, October 20, 2014 at 5 p.m.
If you love to build relationships, share your enthusiasm for a cause, and impact the resources available to a nonprofit, this board seat may be right for you!
We are interested in candidates experienced in nonprofit boards, fundraising, financial management, endowment fund investing, culture and language revitalization,
and Alaska Native education.
Read more about candidate qualifications, responsibilities and time commitment
here. Download a PDF of the candidate
application here, or
click here to complete the application online.