Another option is the North Star Youth Court.
I ran into one of their staff members at the AAP meeting and since then, two of my daughters have joined. For those who don't know, young people are trained as attourneys and judges and serve on the Youth Court. The Youth Court handles the real cases of first time juvenile offenders in the Fairbanks Court System. Participation by offenders is not mandatory, but there are several incentives for participating in the program. I think they provide a really beneficial social service. They have a very slim operating budget and are in the process of losing their free office space in City Hall.
I can imagine contributions to the youth court propagating well on social media - especially among youth. Also, I know they are not very evolved in their fundraising efforts - I think they have a benefit dinner or art show once a year. Approaching them on the subject is something I'm willing to do - but I'm not sure how their association with the AAP affects that idea.
Here is their website: