As an Affiliate of The Alaska Community Foundation, the Greater Sitka Legacy Fund’s (GSLF) goal is to support projects that enhance the quality of life for Sitka 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 Sitka 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.

Competitive Grants Cycle

Our 2019 competitive grants cycle will be open from August 31 to October 15 and we are not currently accepting applications. If you are a current grantee and need to complete a grant report or other follow up, please note that these are completed using the online grant system.

Please direct general questions to GSLF’s Program Manager, Robin Sherman, at Please direct eligibility and technical questions about the online grant system to The Alaska Community Foundation at or 907-334-6700.

GSLF Competitive Grant Guidelines

Online Grant Application Tutorial

Online Grant Reporting Tutorial

SLF Grantee Resources

If you are a current Sitka Legacy Foundation (SLF) grantee and are looking for resources on how best to promote or share about the SLF grant your organization received, please click on the resources below.

Communication Guidelines for SLF Grantees

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If you have questions, please contact SLF’s Program Manager, Robin Sherman, at:

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.

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