UNALAKLEET NATIVE CORPORATION
ACHIEVING QUALITY OF LIFE
PERSERVING OUR CULTURE
Shareholders - UNC COVID Expenditure
Shareholders, Unalakleet Native Corporation has determined that providing direct emergency financial assistance to eligible shareholders who have been directly impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency is a necessary expenditure. Please fill out this form and email to email@example.com or contact UNC at 907-624-3411. To access the PDF click the PDF image to the right and it will take you to it.
The Native Corporation provides support locally and in surrounding areas of Alaska through the use of residential/commercial gas and home heating to fuel the community. The organization also operates a grocery store, fast food restaurant and a mechanics shop which also sells variety of items to people of Unalakleet. The organization provides services to the local community with their: fuel facility, store, office rental building, office building, and large rental unit in Anchorage.
The city of Unalakleet was incorporated in 1974. The name Unalakleet means “from the southern side.” Unalakleet has long been a major trade center as the terminus for the Kaltag Portage, an important winter travel route connecting to the Yukon River. Unalakleet has a history of diverse cultures and trade activity.
Unalakleet Native Corporation (UNC) is a for-profit corporation owned by shareholders awarded stock in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. We are located in Unalakleet, Alaska; on the Iditarod Trail between Anchorage and Nome. Unalakleet Native Corporation is an organization in the Alaskan Native corporation (ANC). UNC has a nine-member board holding elections for two-year terms.
Unalakleet Native Corporation (UNC) provides many supplies and needs to the small village of Unalakleet. The small village strives to be more efficient in supplying the community with its growing facilities, rental buildings, offices, grocery stores, restaurant, mechanics shop, etc. Providing many jobs in different areas of the village’s economy, and helping many homes with the supplies needed.
Today Unalakleet is a traditional town with a history of diverse culture and trade activity, the local economy is the most active in Norton Sound, and the traditional subsistence lifestyle uses its natural resources to survive utilizing fish, seal, caribou, moose, and bear.