Neighborhoods Matter

We all have a neighborhood we call home.

Every day, ACLT works with residents to make investments that enhance their neighborhoods.

What does it mean to improve quality of life in
Anchorage’s neighborhoods?

 

REAL ESTATE

ACLT owns transformative properties, connects entrepreneurs to real estate, and invests in our neighborhood commercial corridors.

 

ORGANIZING

ACLT works with neighbors to create grassroots networks and act as an advocate for issues that matter to our communities.

 

 

NEIGHBORHOOD
IMPROVEMENTS

ACLT works with neighbors to rejuvenate and invest in the spaces important to our communities.

 

 

TARGETED PROGRAMS

ACLT runs high-impact programming grounded in our neighborhoods that aims to stand behind residents and address poverty and inequity.

When we improve neighborhoods, we all win.

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Tracee Lloyd opened AKasha Healing Space during the pandemic with a vision to provide traditional healing circles, wellness services (Abhyanga, myofascial cupping, Reiki, and Shirodhara) as well as homemade tinctures and salves. With the help of Indigenous Peoples Set Up Shop, Tracee had the support to take her business to the next level and access new resources. Through Set Up Shop, Tracee refined her marketing materials, planned out her business offerings, and worked with Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc.s Denelchin Lab to create promotional banners to give her all the tools she needs for business success.
Are you an Alaska Native or American Indian entrepreneur looking to start or grow a business of your own? Indigenous Peoples Set Up Shop is here to help, and applications are open for our next training! This FREE program provides education and resources to help you build the business of your dreams and be your own boss. The program is in partnership with Cook Inlet Housing Authority and Cook Inlet Lending Center, Inc. AK 269839, with instruction by Indigenous staff and industry professionals. 
Learn more and apply today at the link below! 
https://bit.ly/IndigenousPeoplesSUS
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