There are countless ways to get involved!

Employment Opportunities:

 

ACEH is seeking a Communication and External Relations Manager!

The Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH) is hiring for a new Communication and External Relations Manager. As a key member of the ACEH management team, the Communication and External Relations Manager is responsible for designing and leading implementation of ACEH’s communication and advocacy strategy. As a coalition, ACEH is responsible for communicating with a variety of diverse audiences including individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness, ACEH membership, community providers, philanthropic partners, government partners, the business community, and the public. This work includes general education, regular communications regarding system successes and changing needs, ad hoc communication around externalities and leading advocacy efforts at the local, state and federal level.  The Communication and External Relations Manager partners with other members of the ACEH management team and core external partners, ranging from the MOA to provider partners, on system wide communication and advocacy needs.

To learn more, see our job posting: Communication and External Relations Manager Job Description

To apply please send to following to director@aceh.org:

 

ACEH and AKCH2 is seeking a Research and Policy Analyst

The Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH) is hiring for a new Research and Policy Analyst. This role represents a unique opportunity to partner in working with both Alaskan homeless coalitions. While this position will be housed in the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH), the focus of work is statewide, and the selected candidate will also work directly with the Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (AKCH2). The Research and Policy Analyst is responsible for producing a statewide report on the scope, performance, and needs of existing rental assistance programs in Alaska. Please note, this is a time limited nine month position ending no later than Sept 30, 2021.

To learn more, see our job posting: AKCH2/ACEH Research and Policy Analyst Job Description

To apply please send to following to Taylor Donovan at tdonovan@aceh.org:

 

Employment Resources:

Support the Coalition

The easiest way to get involved is to simply donate to the effort by clicking the button below:


Donate Button with Credit Cards

You can also donate using PayPal directly:

  • Enter Secretary@aceh.org in the “send money to” category under “send”.
  • Click “sending to a friend” under “what’s this payment for,” enter the dollar amount and continue through submittal.

You can also donate to ACEH through Pick.Click.Give.

Want to support ACEH throughout the year?  You can also sign up to have donations provided at no cost to you through AmazonSmile or Fred Meyer Community Rewards.

Volunteer

There are many volunteer opportunities that support the goal of ending homelessness. United Way of Anchorage can connect you to the volunteer opportunities that most interest you. From community-wide events like Day of Caring or Project Homeless Connect to mentoring a youth, United Way’s Community Engagement staff offers volunteer opportunities for everyone. Learn more about volunteering and find opportunities through United Way.

Do It Yourself!

Many Anchorage community members want to  know how they can better support our vulnerable neighbors. Here are some useful links to help those who are interested in supporting through small local efforts.

How to Be a Better Neighbor to Those Living through Homelessness

Turn Your Yard into a Community Garden

Organize a Clothing Drive

Feed the Hungry with the Community

Support Shelters in the Winter

Ideas for Community Service Projects
Help Homeless Pets and Local Animal Shelters

Community Events

Project Homeless Connect

Project Homeless Connect is a one-day event in January to provide housing, services, and hospitality in a convenient one-stop model directly to people experiencing homelessness in Anchorage. It is a way to bring service providers, government agencies, and the general community together to address a problem that affects everyone. The goal is to move from simply managing homelessness towards really ending it.

Service Provider or Government Agency: Connect with Project Homeless Connect organizers and ensure your agency is represented at the event. Contact Carma Reed.

Private Sector: Project Homeless Connect is a great way to get your employees involved in a community event. If you provide a service that could be of benefit to individuals who experience homelessness (i.e. haircuts, clothing, food), we want to ensure your agency is represented. In addition, we accept donations. For more information, contact Alan Budahl.

General Community: Come out and volunteer! This event requires hundreds of volunteers. Contact Heidi Hill.

Other Community Events:

  • HUGSS, Before the start of the school year – Furnishes school supplies and backpacks to students
  • Thanksgiving Blessing, The week before Thanksgiving – Provides Thanksgiving meals for families in need
  • Anchorage GIFT, The week before Christmas – Offers groceries for a Christmas meal as well as presents for children