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In The Community

In The Community

Alyeska Pipeline is proud of its Alaskan roots and its iconic role in the state’s past, present and future. The company honors its special relationship to the state by supporting communities in the pipeline corridor and throughout Alaska. Alyeska maintains a robust philanthropy program, offers internships and donates to scholarships, stages an annual United Way campaign, and encourages employee involvement and volunteerism. Focus areas include underserved populations, youth, diversity, safety, health and social services, the environment, and workforce development.

Flagship philanthropy events each year include Fairbanks’ community-wide Alyeska Track and Field Day, where hundreds of local children show up to play games and learn about personal safety. In Prince William Sound each spring, Alyeska sends employees and health care professionals on an immersive week-long tour of various villages and towns, where volunteers host community events and offer complimentary medical screenings and services. Longstanding partnerships with local schools have resulted in employee-supported tutoring programs, donations for libraries and other education initiatives, and special events such as the Thanksgiving feast that Alyeska holds annually at Russian Jack Elementary School in Anchorage.

Beyond these special events, Alyeska’s philanthropy program supports community events and organizations year-round through contributions, sponsorships and other financial donations.

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