The application period for the 2016 SHARE campaign is
open from May  20, 2016 until June 20, 2016. All applications must be postmarked by Monday, June 20, 2016.
 ***Late application submissions will not be considered***
Send your completed application to the address below or scan and email to
(Please confirm it was received)
SHARE Campaign
Attn: Barbara Bozeman
Public Campaign Manager
701 West 8th Avenue, Suite 230
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

Please make sure you include all required documents as listed in the Attachment explanation located at the back of the application.

The 2016 SHARE Application can be accessed by clicking the link below:

2016 SHARE Application

If your charity or federation was successful in April 2016 in applying to the 2016 CFC Charity List, you will instead need to fill out an inclusion form to be considered for the 2016 SHARE campaign.  The 2016 SHARE Inclusion Form can be accessed by clicking the link below:

2016 SHARE Inclusion Form for Charities Successful in Applying to the 2016 CFC Charity List

If you are part of a 2016 CFC federation, there is no need to apply with either the inclusion form or the application as your federation lead will apply on behalf of all of its federation members. 

 Questions? Contact Barbara Bozeman at (907) 263-3834 or



2016 SHARE Campaign dates

September 20, 2016 - November 8, 2016

SHARE Campaign Statewide Coordinator - Elizabeth Schultz

 550 West 7th Avenue, Suite 1700
Anchorage, AK 99501

For questions regarding the campaign contact:
Elizabeth Schultz at or (907) 269-7450

Pledge Online

The 2015 Todd Salat Print Winner

Ocie Adams

Todd Salat Print "Denali Fireweed" was awarded to lucky winner Ocie Adams from the Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (pictured at center).  Mr. Adams was randomly selected from all State of Alaska employees who, during the 2015 SHARE campaign, either made a donation or updated their online Nexus profile at the online Nexus donation site found at

Presenting the print was Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Heidi Drygas (left) and Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Commissioner Marc Luiken (right).