ALASKA JEWISH GALA
The Alaska Jewish Cultural Gala is a Black Tie event, marking this as one of the most elegant events in Anchorage. Black Tie usually indicates an evening event where men wear tuxedos with black bow tie and women wear formal floor-length gowns. Black tie does not mean you must wear black. However, traditionally men would wear a bow tie and black tuxedo.
Our Fundraising Goal
The fundraiser will benefit the Alaska Jewish Campus, which houses the Alaska Jewish Museum and Cultural Center, and its affiliated Gan Yeladim Early Learning Center, which enjoys a reputation as one of the best multi-cultural education centers in Anchorage for toddlers and preschoolers, serving all of Alaska’s children regardless of their ethnicity or affiliation.
Our goal for this year’s Gala is to raise funds to complete the third phase of the renovation project: furnishing the Alaska Jewish Campus, creation of new Museum exhibits, and a needed upgrade to the indoor and outdoor playground for the Early Learning Center.