Real People. Real Justice.

Join us for our 28th annual Voices for Justice Fundraiser which will take place the entire month of November. Each week we will provide you with an opportunity to bid on new and exciting silent auction items, learn about social justice issues facing Alaska Native people, and take action.

Please join us for this fun, compelling, and interactive campaign and add your voice to our group of supporters by making a donation, participating in our online auction, and starting your own fundraiser!


Make your gift today.

Here’s how your gift can change a life:

  • $35 provides one pack of diapers for a young mother struggling due to COVID-19
  • $100 provides one night of shelter for victims of human trafficking
  • $250 provides two hours of legal representation for victims of domestic violence
  • $500 provides one month of groceries for a family of four
  • $1,000 covers first month’s rent for participants transitioning to safe, permanent housing

Sign Up to Fundraise – Win 25,000 Alaska Airlines Miles!

By fundraising, you become part of the solution for Alaska Native people seeking justice. Set up a fundraising page in a few clicks, set your goal, and let your friends, family, and colleagues know!

Get 5 donors to contribute and be entered into a drawing to win 25,000 Alaska Airlines miles!

Click here to create your own fundraising page! 

Support a Co-Host

2021 Co-Hosts

Honorary Co-Hosts

  • Senator Lisa Murkowski
  • Senator Dan Sullivan & Julie Fate Sullivan
  • Representative Don Young

Standing up for Justice!

Our co-hosts are working hard to create a more just Alaska and have pledged to help raise critical funds.

Support their efforts by making your contribution through a co-host today.

You can also be a fundraiser for ANJC. Look for “Create my own fundraising page” on our donation page.

Individual Fundraisers

Amanda Rose Warren

ANJC Honorary Co-Host

Local Alaskan artist Amanda Rose Warren  draws inspiration from Alaska’s dramatic nature scenes and wildlife and strives to create a positive emotion with her brave use of paint colors and contrast.  “Let Justice Soar”  is an original piece Amanda created exclusively for the Alaska Native Justice Center. 

“I’m honored to be able to use my talents in supporting local organizations like ANJC. These resources are essential for Alaskans in need. They create new opportunities and a chance to learn and grow. When we help build each other up, we all come out stronger together as a community.”Amanda Rose Warren

Online Auction

We’re bringing our silent auction entirely online this year! Each week in November we’ll post brand new items including Alaska Native art, jewelry, experiences and more for you to bid on from the comfort of your own couch. Bid high, bid early, and bid often!

Follow ANJC on Facebook to preview upcoming auction items and stay ahead of the competition.

“Let Justice Soar”  reproductions will be available for purchase on Amanda’s website and 50% of the proceeds for the rest of 2021 will go to ANJC!

Newly Added Auction Items

Stay Connected

Sign-up to Win a Prize!

Feeling lucky? Sign up to get ANJC updates and be entered to win an Amanda Rose Warren print made exclusively for the Alaska Native Justice Center!

Stay Connected

Check out ANJC’s Facebook page for campaign updates, inspiring stories, and ways your contribution is making a difference throughout Alaska.

Got Questions?

Please contact us at to learn more about our Voices for Justice Campaign, ANJC’s statewide impact or ways to get involved. We’d love to hear from you!

2021 Community Impact

Advocated on behalf of



of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or sexual assault




between youth and adult reentry and youth development programming and services




at regional and statewide meetings, and launched a monthly webinar series, Tribal Justice Foundations

Met the emergency needs of



and their families




in Indian Child Welfare Act-related cases

Provided legal advice or representation for


Voices for Justice: 2021 Year in Review

Last year, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) served 7,950 individuals through its programs—an 87 percent increase since 2016. In a year when a pandemic often made it difficult for people to connect, ANJC found innovative ways to bring its services to more people than ever.

Real People, Real Justice: Meet Jamie

I should just kill you.

Those were the words that followed Jamie as she left her home. 


Standing Together for Justice—Thank You.

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