Jan. 12 fundraiser dedicated to help those harmed by widespread winter storms


A who’s-who list of politicos is hosting a fundraiser on Jan. 12 to support the American Red Cross of Alaska and its efforts to aid families and businesses in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough and other parts of the state who have suffered damage and harm from the New Year’s storms of 2022.

The fundraiser will be held at Saint Coyote on Dimond Blvd. By using the QR code in the graphic above, you will ensure your donation stays in Alaska. Checks can be made out to “Red Cross of Alaska” and donors are asked to note “disaster relief on their checks.

Gov. Mike Dunleavy, along with several mayors, former mayors, and numerous legislators are co-hosts and sponsors associated with the fundraiser. RSVP to 907-841-1634


  1. Isn’t this special, why don’t you have the fund raiser in Wasilla. Once again, our politicians are out of touch, spend your money where it’s needed. Must be election time.

  2. They should co-host giving back the statutory dividends that were taken. I’m positive Alaskans would donate a big share of their statutory dividend to the cause.

  3. I am sure that the Mat-Su Borough code compliance officers will go around and give citations to those who had their property damaged by the winds. Code compliance is BS. They will enforce compliance to anyone they can. Leave us alone.

  4. Ulterior motives or maybe they want to spread covid. You can’t trust trumpers to actually give the money to victims.

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