The Petersburg Community Foundation’s (PCF) goal is to support projects that enhance the quality of life for Petersburg area residents, addressing immediate needs while working toward long-term improvements. We are continually listening and learning about what is important to you.
We use proceeds from our growing permanent endowment to award yearly grants to support charitable organizations and programs in the Petersburg area. Grants may support a broad range of community needs, including but not limited to health and wellness, education, the great outdoors, arts and culture, and community development. We seek projects that have the potential to impact a broad range of residents and show collaboration with other organizations.
Please feel free to contact any member of the Advisory Board if you have a project you hope we’ll support.
Annual Grant Program
Petersburg Community Foundation’s 2021 Annual Grant Program is open from Monday, February 1 to Wednesday, March 31. The below information will be left up for organizations that wish to apply for future PCF grant programs.
PCF seeks applications from qualified, tax exempt 501(c)(3) organizations (or equivalents, such as: Tribal entities, schools, and faith-based organizations) that are based in or serve the community of Petersburg. PCF grants support a broad range of charitable community needs in these areas: health and wellness, education, the great outdoors, arts and culture, animal welfare, community development, and many other charitable activities that benefit the Petersburg community. To be considered, eligible grant applications must be submitted online by 5:00 pm AKST on Wednesday, March 31, 2021.
Please review Petersburg Community Foundation’s Annual Grant Guidelines to determine your organization’s eligibility before applying.
Important Notes for Grantees
- Required Online Grant Agreement: If awarded, grantees must complete an online grant agreement signifying acceptance of the terms and conditions of the grant prior to the grant award being released.
- Grant Project/Program Timeline: Grant projects/programs must be completed within one year of the award date, unless the PCF Advisory Board approves a timeline extension for your awarded project/program. Extensions must be requested prior to the grant report due date.
- Required Grant Report: A grant report is due within one year of the grant award date. Grant reports are submitted online. All due dates, grant agreements, and grant reports are found within the online grants system.
- Overdue Grant Report(s): If you are a grantee and have any overdue grant reports for previous grant awards from ACF and/or its Affiliate community foundations, you must complete a final grant report for those previous awards before your organization is eligible to be considered for any current or future grant opportunities from ACF and/or its Affiliate community foundations.
Please direct general questions to PCF’s local Program Manager, Joni Johnson, at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please direct eligibility and technical questions about the online grants system to ACF’s Affiliate Program staff at: email@example.com or call 907-334-6700.
Once you have read the grant guidelines and the tutorials (if you are a new grant applicant), you can click below to:
Petersburg Community Foundation announces the availability of emergency grants. PCF recognizes that our local nonprofits and other groups are providing vital assistance and providing frontline services to affected families. Funds specific to COVID-related relief efforts will be released on a rolling basis. To request emergency grants from the Petersburg Community Foundation, nonprofits are encouraged to submit a brief letter stating:
Please submit letters of request to Joni Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to PO Box 1024, Petersburg, AK 99833.
PCF Grantee Resources
If you are a current Petersburg Community Foundation (PCF) grantee and are looking for resources on how best to promote or share about the PCF grant your organization received, please click on the resources below.
Contact PCF’s Program Manager, Joni Johnson, at: email@example.com.
Please remember to check when your grant report is due and to complete the required grant report in the same online grant system your organization used to apply for the grant.
2019 Grant Awards
|Farragut Farm||Healthy Families Program||$1,975|
|Girl Scouts of Alaska||Petersburg Day Camp||$2,425|
|Narrows Broadcasting Corporation (KFSK)||Main Broadcast Transmitter Replacement||$10,000|
|Petersburg Little League||Snack Shack Renovation||$5,290|
|Petersburg Marine Mammal Center||Petersburg Focus of Plastics and Marine Debris (Part II)||$2,600|
|Petersburg Public Library||Self-Check Out Kiosk Replacement||$3,000|
|Rae C. Stedman Partners in Education||Student Enrichment Funding||$1,000|
|Viking Swim Club||Aquatic Center Equipment||$3,710|
2018 Grant Awards
|Girl Scouts of Alaska||2018 Summer Day Camp and Women of Science & Technology in Petersburg||$2,045|
|Good Beginnings Preschool||Teacher training, STEM based learning resources||$3,550|
|Mountain View Food Services||Mt View Food Service continuation of meals||$1,500|
|Narrows Broadcasting Corporation (KFSK)||Audio Video Upgrades for KFSK Production Facility||$3,500|
|Petersburg Arts Council||Wright Auditorium Lighting Improvement||$5,000|
|Petersburg Children’s Center||Outdoor Play||$6,000|
|Petersburg Humane Association||Animal Shelter Improvements||$1,000|
|Petersburg Marine Mammal Center||Petersburg Focus on Plastics and Marine Debris||$1,975|
|Petersburg Public Library||Decolonizing Alaska Exhibit||$2,500|
|Southeast Regional Resource Center||Adult Education in Petersburg||$1,000|
|The Salvation Army||2018 Petersburg School Backpack Food Assistance Program||$2,000|
2018 Mini-Grant Awards
|Good Beginnings Preschool/Kinder Skog||Outside Motion Sensor Lights||$500|
|Mountain View Food Services||Healthy Meals||$500|
|Narrows Broadcasting Corporation (KFSK)||Community Volunteer Music Service Upgrade||$500|
|Petersburg Arts Council||Petersburg Arts Brochure Update||$500|
|Rae C Stedman Elementary Partners in Education||School Garden||$500|
2017 Grant Awards
|Clausen Museum||Clausen Museum Information||$300|
|Mitkof Dance Troupe||Mitkof Dance Troupe Scholarships and Auditorium Flooring||$1,000|
|Narrows Broadcasting Corporation (KFSK)||Community Reporter’s Field Kit||$1,900|
|Petersburg Arts Council||Our Town Mural Refurbishment||$750|
|Petersburg City School District||Hands-on Learning in Marine Science||$840|
|Petersburg Indian Association||PIA Milk Distribution||$2,700|
|Petersburg Medical Center||Long Term Care Family-style Dining Project||$2,000|
|Petersburg Public Library||Petersburg Public Library Shelter/Totem Project||$2,500|
|The Salvation Army||2017 Petersburg School Backpack Food Assistance Program||$2,000|
2017 Mini-Grant Awards
|Presbyterian Church USA (Petersburg)||Head Start sandbox||$328|
|Mitkof Dance Troupe||Ballet Barres||$500|
|Clausen Museum||Object Storage Project||$500|
|Petersburg Arts Council||Alaska Writer Laureate Reading and Workshop||$350|
|Petersburg Medical Center||Carendo Multipurpose Hygiene Chair||$500|
|Narrows Broadcasting Corporation (KFSK)||Production Studio Computer Hardware||$500|
|Petersburg Children’s Center||Classroom Enrichment||$500|
|Petersburg Hospital Guild||Medevac Kits||$500|
|Petersburg Indian Association||Johnson O’Malley (JOM) – Sewing Machine Purchase||$500|
|WAVE||WAVE Office Privacy Enhancements||$452|