The ASYMCA of Alaska believes that all service members and their families deserve support, enrichment, recognition, security, independence, and opportunities to improve their family bond, family resiliency, and health/wellness. To aid in our efforts, we provide over 20 programs and services designed to directly address the needs of our military and their families as identified by military leadership. This arsenal of programs help to alleviate stress, assist with life challenges, and increase the morale and welfare of our nation’s heroes, enabling them to better focus on their mission of service.
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The Armed Services YMCA of Alaska and the Seward Fishing Charter Fleet invite you to join us for our Annual Combat Fishing Tournament Auction. All proceeds go to sponsor active duty, guard, and reserve military members stationed in Alaska.
Thursday, April 12, 2018 at the Hard Rock Cafe
5:00pm Cocktails | 6:00pm Auction
To learn more, please visit our Combat Fishing website by clicking the link below.
Registration period is from April 6 through May 4.
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The Armed Services YMCA of Alaska and Alaska Railroad want to send you on a scenic rail tour! Each summer, Alaska Railroad provides a limited number of free tickets to be given away to our military community. This is a uniquely Alaskan experience not to be missed—but you must enter for your chance to win!
This program provides children of deployed service members a quilt (for age 6 and under) or standard-size pillow case (age 7 and older) with pictures of the deployed service member and the family. This program is designed to comfort and help children during the deployment. We have wonderful volunteer quilters who meet once-a-month to sew these quilts and pillow cases.
Learn how to access this program, and how these quilts impact the lives of the littlest members of our military community by clicking the link below.
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Explore what we do, and how we do it, by visiting our programs. Military and their families can learn how to access our programs and services; and our community partners can see how their support makes a difference in our community.