Support NSI

Become a 2016 Program Sponsor or Donor
Sponsors of Northern Susitna Institute support a variety of programs that strengthen both community and individuals. Our programs and events are designed to engage people of all ages, residents and visitors alike, in active, informative and thought-provoking activities. Programs include family-friendly events like the Cardboard Boat Regatta, the Alaska Folk School classes, multi-day summer youth programs. NSI also works toward community-building by serving as a low-cost facility for several nonprofit and educational organizations to host their events. Consider supporting these many programs through a financial gift!

Sponsor Levels
Benefactor ($2000 +)
Master ($1000 -$1999)
Artisan ($500-$999)
Steward ($250-$499)
Apprentice ($100-$249)
Other ($99 or less, and in-kind donations)

Sponsor Recognition
All donors have the option to receive recognition on the NSI website and in the NSI monthly enewsletter. Business sponsors may include a website link. Gifts at or above the $250 donation level will be included on the 2016 Sponsor banner, if a donation or pledge is received by June 15, 2016. The banner will be displayed beneath the NSI roadside sign, and at occasional offsite events. Sustaining donors will be receive special distinct on the banner and website.

Click here to become a sustaining donor.
Click to donate through a one-time gift.

Volunteer
The people who support our programs through volunteer commitments are essential to enriching the Northern Susitna Institute. We welcome help with programming, office assistance, and making improvements to the facility. Contact us to learn more about volunteer opportunities that match your skills and interests!

Shop at Amazon Smile
When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates! A portion of your purchase is donated to NSI when it is selected as your preferred nonprofit and you start your Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com.

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Pick.Click.Give.
NSI is approved as an official Pick.Click.Give. organization, and encourages you to consider a donating a portion of your Alaska PFD.