Take a chance: Pick.Click.Give. and (maybe) double your dividend

Alaskans can double their Permanent Fund Dividend this year when they share part of their PFD through the Pick.Click.Give program.

The deadline to apply for the dividend is Monday.

Thanks to the Alaska Community Foundation’s 2014 Double Your Dividend Sweepstakes, 10 lucky Alaskans who share part of their PFD through Pick.Click.Give will be given an extra dividend.

On Sept. 15, 10 winners will be randomly drawn from all PFD applications received by the Permanent Fund Dividend Division of the Alaska Department of Revenue that meet the sweepstakes eligibility requirements and written entries submitted to the Alaska Community Foundation. Winners will be announced Oct. 1.

If you’ve already filed, it’s easy to log on again and choose a cause that matters to you. A small donation goes a long way, remind Alaska’s nonprofits.

The following nonprofits with ties to the southern Kenai Peninsula are eligible to receive Pick.Click. Give donations:

Alaska Family Services Inc.;

Alaska Marine Conservation Council;

Anchor Point Public Library;

Big Brothers Big Sisters
of Alaska;

Bunnell Street Arts Center;

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies;

Cook Inletkeeper;

Friends of the Homer
Public Library; 

Homer Animal Friends;

Homer Council on the Arts; 

Homer Community Food Pantry;

Homer Foundation, The; 

Homer Senior Citizens Inc.;

Hospice of Homer;

HoWL Inc.;

Independent Living Center;

Kachemak Heritage
Land Trust;

Kachemak Kids Early Learning Center;

KBBI Public Radio;

Kenai Peninsula
Orchestra Inc.;

Kenai Peninsula United Way;

NAMI Alaska 

Ninilchik Community Library;

Pier One Theatre;

Pratt Museum;

Salvation Army, The;


Village of Razdolna Inc.

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