A group of nonprofits, led by the Alaska Community Foundation, have decided to work together to provide aid to Alaskans in need after the Nov. 30 earthquake. 

The Alaska Disaster Recovery Fund will support ongoing recovery efforts, including both short-term emergency response and long-term recovery, according to the ACT website.

Alaskans can submit their list of needs by filling out a survey and the organizations participating in the fund will respond with information and resources.

Those wishing to learn more or donate to the recovery fund can do so on the ACF website.

The fund will be managed by ACF and advised by a coalition of representatives from Rasmuson Foundation, Red Cross of Alaska, Salvation Army – Alaska Division, Mat-Su Health Foundation, United Way of Anchorage, United Way of Mat-Su, Cook Inlet Housing Authority and The Foraker Group. 

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