FNB Gives More Than $245,000 in Third QuarterIn July, August and September of 2004, First National Bank Alaska contributed $245, 385 to non-profit and community organizations across the state.
The bank continued as a major sponsor of Alaska Public Radio Network and Alaska School Activities Association, groups with considerable statewide impact. Major contributions to Alaska Dance Theatre, Alaska SeaLife Center, Anchorage Museum Association, Assets, Associated General Contractors, Boys and Girls Club of Southcentral Alaska, Fairview Community Council, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Native Youth Olympics, SEARHC Foundation, Seward Silver Salmon Derby and University of Alaska Southeast show the diverse range of health, youth, art and civic organizations that receive support from the states largest Alaskan-owned and operated bank.
Established in 1922, First National employs some 750 Alaskans, and operates 27 branches in 16 communities.
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