ahnuu dAXunhyuu AXAkihya’ iLka’ GAdAqeeLinuu (Eyak) translates to “side by side in the same direction the people go by canoe.” This theme amplifies the importance of being in solidarity during this pandemic and a polarizing time in our state and nation. It is an empowering example of breaking the reins of colonization by Indigenizing all aspects of life and forever practicing the ways of our peoples.
By participating in this raffle you are helping to support the work we do. These raffles are a small part of our 2021 10th Annual Howard Rock & Ted Stevens Smokehouse Virtual Gala events. We hope you join us as we celebrate Native Heritage Month, honor and uplift our peoples and artists, and raise funds to continue to do our work. All proceeds go towards advancing Alaska Native ways of life, ensuring Alaska Native peoples are involved in decision-making at all levels, and cultivating our leadership responsibility from birth to Ancestor.
Winner gets half of the funds raised, splitting the pot with First Alaskans Institute.
How to Enter:
There will be two split the pot raffles:
Split the Pot #1 LinhGih (Open Monday, November 1 at 12pm to Tuesday, November 9 at 5pm), tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50, 5 for $75.
Split the Pot #2 la’dih (Open Wednesday, November 10 at 12pm to Friday, November 19 at 5pm), tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50, 5 for $75.
Tickets will be available for purchase until 5pm on the end date of each Split the Pot contest.
Purchase tickets here at our Howard Rock & Ted Stevens Smokehouse Gala raffle page: Click Here.
Zoom drawings on Friday, November 19, 2021 to hear if your name is drawn to win a prize. We will also post it to our First Alaskans social media accounts.
Must be 19 years and older to enter.
Must be an Alaska resident.
If your name is drawn, you must provide copy of ID or Driver’s License as stated above to validate your age and residency. If you do not provide this identification, you will not receive your prize and we will redraw for another winner.
All decisions are final.
While we do not intend to change the games or the rules, in the event something comes up that is out of control, FAI reserves the right to change the rules in the spirit of the fundraiser to support our work, and in accordance with state gaming regulations.