Sealaska Heritage



Support the preservation and evolution of Southeast Alaskan Native Culture.

 As a nonprofit organization, we rely in part on private contributions to make our work possible. Our generous donors are helping to restore local Native languages, fund research and scholarship, produce our biennial Celebration event, and ensure that Native art and crafts remain a vital part of contemporary culture. Your gift will help us continue to carry our heritage into the future.

If you prefer, you may:

  • Donate to a specific program or department.
  • Donate on behalf of, or in memory of, a loved one, a clan, or a community
  • Set up matching donation through an employer

All donations are tax-deductible.

Donate by phone:

Please call our donation coordinator at (907) 463-4844.

Donate online:

We are glad to accept donations made online.

Donate by mail:

Sealaska Heritage
ATTN: Donation Coordinator
105 S. Seward Street
Juneau, AK  99801

Donate stock:

SHI welcomes stock donations and has a procedure in place to receive such gifts.  For more information about gifting of stocks, please contact

Donate through Pick.Click.Give.:

We are a proud recipient of donations through Pick.Click.Give. Alaskans, when filling out your permanent fund dividend application, please consider donating to SHI.

Donate through AmazonSmile:

If you ever shop at please consider signing up for their AmazonSmile program. SHI is registered for the program and Amazon will donate .5% of the price of your purchases to SHI whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. The donation will not change the total cost of your purchase. And, AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know--same products, same prices, same service. Simply sign up, and it will save that setting for all of your future shopping.


Our art programs preserve works and techniques nearly lost to history. We also support today'™s working artists to ensure that Southeast Alaskan Native art is never just a relic of the past.



Celebration is part family reunion, part cultural experience, and 100 percent fun. And it only happens with the generous support of sponsors, donors and volunteers. 


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From leadership and language camps to core academic curricula, we are helping to ensure that Southeast Alaskan Native students learn in a context that acknowledges and affirms their culture.