With the goal of improving public safety in rural communities throughout Alaska, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) and Alaska tribal leaders June 10 in Anchorage.
(Your address must be current to participate.)
To increase participation in certain programs, CIRI periodically conducts prize drawings from the names of those enrolled who meet certain criteria and have a current mailing address on file with CIRI.
The CIRI Shareholder Relations Department is the point of contact for shareholders and assists shareholders with the conduct of their CIRI-related business. In managing and maintaining shareholder records, the Department strives to provide the highest quality of service, following CIRI’s value of “Respect for Shareholders and Descendants.”
Shareholder Relations assists shareholders with address, name and direct deposit changes; manages shareholder payments; and administers stock transfer processes (including estate settlements and stock gifting). Staff are also available to assist shareholders in completing CIRI Stock Wills. Shareholder Relations can provide contact information for the CIRI-affiliated non-profit organizations that provide housing, health care, social services, and educational scholarships and grants. However, staff cannot assist shareholders in obtaining services from these organizations. Eligibility requirements and funding levels for the programs and services vary, and shareholders should contact each organization directly.
725 E. Fireweed Lane, Suite 800
Anchorage, AK 99503
CIRI Shareholder Relations
P.O. Box 93330
Anchorage, AK 99509-3330
(800) 764-2474 (CIRI) – toll-free
(800) 764-2435 (CHEK) – toll-free