A Commitment to Community

CIRI believes in helping to build a strong and safe community where opportunities and prosperity is available for all. CIRI recognizes its responsibility to support the organizations that fight hunger, poverty and homelessness, and promote education.

CIRI is committed to social responsibility. It’s part of our mission. CIRI helped to establish and supports a family of nonprofit organizations that provide health care, housing, employment, education, access to justice and other social and cultural enrichment services for Alaska Natives and others. To learn more about these organizations, please visit our nonprofits page.

CIRI also supports various charitable organizations in the Cook Inlet region and participates in fundraising events throughout the year. Through a combination of strategic relationships with local nonprofits, our business partnership school, the annual CIRI Golf Classic, volunteer activities and other community investments, CIRI strengthens the health and well-being of its neighbors.

CIRI and its team of dedicated employees play an active role in improving their community. CIRI employees give directly to charities, serve on the boards of local community organizations and participate in CIRI-led campaigns. An active community leader in the annual United Way of Anchorage campaign, CIRI and its employees annually pledge more than $100,000 to the organization.

To learn more about CIRI’s philanthropy policy or to apply for a donation, visit our giving guidelines page.

CIRI’s Giving Guidelines

CIRI in the Community


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Now in its 35th year, the 2018 CIRI Golf Classic raised more than $150,000 for local youth and education nonprofits.

CIRI celebrated the first day of summer (June 21) at Taku Lake Park in Anchorage.

With the goal of building girls of courage, confidence and character, Girl Scouts of Alaska (GSAK) is the preeminent leadership development program for girls in grades K-12.

When Hollywood actor Jack Black donated $10,000 of his own money to the Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) on the night of its annual Marine Gala, the room erupted into cheers. The gesture also inspired a frenzy of giving, with Black visiting the tables of many of the donors, including CIRI’s.

Once a month, employees from CIRI volunteer two hours of their time putting together meals at The Children’s Lunchbox. In January, CIRI’s entire Information Technology (IT) and Records departments made the volunteerism part of a teambuilding experience.

Before he passed away last year, Kaladi Brothers Coffee CFO Dale Tran was working toward his “big, hairy, audacious goal” – turning Kaladi’s New Year’s Day of Giving into a local tradition for Alaskans.