A central place of belonging

For centuries, Kodiak Island has been home to the Alutiiq people, a defining part of our identity. Now, as time and opportunity have beckoned our people beyond our region, Koniag has emerged as a central place of belonging for our Shareholders and Descendants.

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Corporate responsibility driven by our values

With portfolio companies and investments spanning multiple industries, Koniag creates opportunities and sustainable growth to fund benefits for our Shareholders and their families. We are driven by our core values, incorporating corporate responsibility, our traditions, and Alutiiq culture into all we do.

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The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households. Households who qualify for the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) and are located on Tribal lands- or all of Alaska- can receive additional benefits. EBB enrollment will open on May 12, … Continued

*Corrected link to federal subsistence relief

Koniag recently sent postcards to Alaska residents who may be eligible for federal COVID relief programs for those impacted by access to subsistence fisheries. The web address on the graphic was incorrect and should have read http://www.psmfc.org, as it is hosted on the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission website. We apologize for any confusion this … Continued

Dig Afognak & Alutiiq Museum: Cultural Renewal on Kodiak Island

As Alaska Native corporations celebrate the value of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) in its first half century, Koniag will be sharing stories throughout the year highlighting ANCSA at 50 Successes. Connection to ancestral lands and language, leading to personal and community pride in who we are and where we are from are … Continued

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