Welcome to the North Star Community Foundation website.

The North Star Community Foundation (NSCF) operates exclusively for charitable purposes as a 501(c) (3) designed to aid and assist the general welfare of the citizens of Fairbanks and the North Star Borough; to support the development, growth and preservation of the community; to benefit, provide funds for, and improve the quality of life for all citizens especially those in need; to improve the standards and potentialities of Interior Alaska and more specifically the Fairbanks North Star Borough.

Fairbanks Santa's Helpers

Fairbanks Santa's Helpers

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Santa's Helpers is a group of community members keeping the long-time Fairbanks tradition of Santa's Clearing House alive. Santa's Clearing House was started by Mr. Snedden, former owner of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. North Star Community Foundation is now the home for over 40 volunteers.

Donations are needed to complete the 2017 program.

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Friends of Fox Spring

Friends of Fox Spring

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We are the water keepers — the Friends of Fox Spring. We are actively working together to protect a precious community water resource: our Fox Spring.
    
The state has operated Fox Spring for more than 50 years and thousands of local citizens depend on this supply of good water. Interior Alaskans understand the state budget constraints and the need for financial contributions, and Friends of Fox Spring gladly accept that responsibility.

Help us keep Fox Spring Flowing.

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Fairbanks Housing & Homeless Coalition

Fairbanks Housing & Homeless Coalition

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The Fairbanks Housing and Homeless Coalition (FHHC) is an association of community members and organizations joining forces to eliminate homelessness in the Fairbanks North Star Borough. The 1994 Task Force on Homelessness has grown into a coalition of over 30 agencies providing lifesaving services to Fairbanks’ homeless and at-risk populations that endure the harshest of conditions and a struggling economy. The coalition’s January 2017 Point In Time (PIT) count assessed well over 200 currently homeless individuals in Fairbanks.

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