The Alaska Children’s Trust – Start Small. Dream Big.

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Alaska Children’s Trust
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Charles Clement serves as president and CEO of the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, which is based in Juneau. The nonprofit tribal health consortium supports the wellbeing of Native Alaskan communities. Charles Clement is also a supporter of the work of the Alaska Children’s Trust, working to empower Alaska’s youth.

The Alaska Children’s Trust exists to protect children of Alaska against abuse and neglect. Founded in 1988, the charity has helped Alaskan children grow up safely for almost three decades.

The trust’s Start Small. Dream Big. campaign features interviews with Alaskans who have achieved their childhood dreams in one way or another. Whether they aspire to be firefighters, artists, or professional athletes, youth can watch videos for inspiration and learn how many opportunities are available to them in Alaska.

The campaign also offers tips for parents, teachers, coaches, and other mentors of young people. The advice helps today’s leaders encourage the young people they know to facilitate their growth into successful Alaskans.

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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Receives Project Donation

For the last three years, healthcare executive Charles Clement has served as president and CEO of the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium(SEARHC) in Juneau, Alaska. Associated to his responsibilities with the organization, Charles Clement maintains an active fundraising agenda.

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) was recently awarded a $200,000 grant from the law firm of Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry. The nearly 40 year old firm specializes in tribal law and recently launched a $3.5 million charitable program to support tribal health care. The grant awarded to SEARHC is part of that program.
SEARHC is extremely grateful to be a recipient of the law firm’s generous charitable giving endeavors. The grant will be used toward the Consortium’s pediatric dental expansion project in Juneau.

The project will aid children with an array of dental needs and will help reduce the costs of healthcare and travel for both the community of Juneau as well as outlying villages in the region. The expanded facility will open in 2016.