Douglas-dornan Foundation Fund

Category

: Regional

Description

The Fund, a donor advised fund of the Juneau Community Foundation, was established in honor of Brian Douglas and Wythe Dornan, who moved to Juneau, AK in 1989 to pursue their dream. They died in a car accident in 1993. The Fund supports projects dedicated to enhancing the health, education, and welfare of residents of southeastern Alaska. Grants are awarded to organizations working to support and assist children, youth, elders, and/or special needs groups in the region. Applications are accepted after April 1 each year. Additional information including a more detailed history of the Fund can be found on the Web site.

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