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Alaska SeaLife Center issues call for help

by The 100 Companies
Alaska SeaLife Center

Facing an already tough summer, the Alaska SeaLife Center issued an urgent plea for funds to keep the marine wildlife rescue and rehabilitation shelter open.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the center is only seeing about 25% of its regular visitors and projects it needs $2 million before Sept. 30, to bridge the funding gap.

The center is asking Alaska residents to help by purchasing a membership, donating, starting an individual fundraiser or visiting in person. Watch the call for help video here.

GCI is also stepping in to assist and has created a challenge to Alaskans on social media.

Ashleigh Ebert, The Alaska 100

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