Shareholders are our primary focus. 

Contact Information 

Shareholder Forms

Shareholder Relations

Karen Weber,

Shareholder Stock Clerk

907-368-2235 

kweber@tikigaq.com

Form Request:

Headquarters:  Point Hope, AK 

907-368-2235 

kweber@tikigaq.com

PO Box 9, Point Hope, AK 99766

Shareholder Records

Contact:

Karen Weber,

Shareholder Stock Clerk 

907-368-2235 

kweber@tikigaq.com

Tikigaq Corporation Annual meeting date 

is August 21st, 2021. 

Early bird deadline date August 13th, 2021. 

Internships 

Tikigaq Corporation opens up a summer internship for shareholders from early May to end of August. Applications are accepted January- April.

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Contact Information 

Contact:

Karen Weber,

Shareholder Stock Clerk 

907-368-2235 

kweber@tikigaq.com

 

Tikigaq Corporation publishes a quarterly newsletter, Paglalikun, which includes updates on our subsidiaries, project information, employee spotlights, information on upcoming events and much more. It helps our shareholders stay connected with what’s going on in the Tikigaq Corporation family of companies. If you are a shareholder and would like to receive a newsletter, please contact us so we can update your mailing information.

 
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Arts & Crafts:

Point Hope is a subsistence community, and the creation of arts and crafts is a time-honored tradition. Some of the artwork that Point Hope is known for includes baleen baskets, bone masks, Eskimo yo-yos, ivory and bone carvings, ivory and baleen jewelry and scrimshaw pieces. Tikigaq Corporation frequently purchases Native arts and crafts from Tikigaq shareholders to help support their subsistence lifestyle. The artwork from Point Hope is very diverse. Items are for sale at our Anchorage office location. Tikigaq Corporation also purchases booth space at many of the arts and craft fairs throughout Anchorage. People often come seeking a particular item or work produced by a particular artist. If we do not have a certain item, we can help the customer get in contact with the artist.

 

Scholarships 

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Tigara Educational Foundation, Inc. (TEF) was established in 1997 to provide grant support for cultural and educational needs to Tikigaq Corporation shareholders. 

Click here to download TEF application:

Contact Us:

Sarah Stone, President, Tigara Education Foundation 

907-365-6299 

Scholarships@tikigaq.com

Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser 

Tigara Education Foundation 2021 Golf Tournament will be on 7/1/2021 @ Moose Run Golf Course. For Sponsorship opportunities please contact Sarah Stone 907-346-7011

CARES ACT

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September 09, 2021

Greetings Tikigaq Shareholders:

 

 

Tikigaq Corporation is pleased to announce an upcoming assistance program for Tikigaq Corporation shareholders negatively impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency.

 

Tikigaq Corporation leadership and staff are working carefully to follow US Treasury guidelines to provide the best assistance program to our shareholders through the CARES Act relief funds.

 

Within the next couple weeks, Tikiqaq Corporation will make important announcements regarding the program and share information on Tikigaq Corporation Facebook page and Tikigaq Corporation website (www.tikigaq.com).

 

It is very important that all shareholders need to ensure their contact information (mailing address) is up to date with the Tikigaq Corporation Stock Department.  If you haven’t already done so, please make sure you and your family have current mailing addresses in place with Tikigaq Corporation. 

 

Questions or concerns regarding your addresses or membership can be directed to the Tikigaq Corporation shareholder stock department at 1-907-368-2453 and ask for Karen Weber and/or email Karen Weber at kweber@tikigaq.com.

 

 

Taiku

 

 

October 14, 2021

 

 

Greetings Tikigaq Shareholders,

 

As many of you may know, Tikigaq Corporation along with multiple other entities, recently received CARE’s ACT funding to provide assistance for our shareholders and shareholder operations  within our community in dealing with the impacts of COVID-19.  We are working diligently to follow the US Treasury Guidelines and thoughtfully provide this relief within the constraints of the CARE’s ACT and the funding received.   

 

As such, one of the initial items the Corporation is providing to each shareholder is a COVID-19 Mitigation Kit.

 

In this kit that you will find the following items:

 

PPE: Surgical Mask, Level 3, 1 box/50 masks

Gloves: Size L, 100 gloves/box

Hand Sanitizer, 8 oz bottle

Thermometer, digital, 1 per kit

Alcohol Prep Pad, 5 swabs per kit

 

Additional information on what to expect from the Corporation regarding the CARE’s ACT and the associated expenditures will be posted frequently on our Facebook page and website.   Please check back often.  

 

 

Taiku

 

 

October 15, 2021

 

 

Greetings Tikigaq Shareholders,

 

 

As many of you may know, Tikigaq Corporation along with multiple other entities, recently received CARE’s ACT funding to provide assistance for our shareholders and shareholder operations within our community in dealing with the impacts of COVID-19.  We are working diligently to follow the US Treasury Guidelines and thoughtfully provide this relief within the constraints of the CARE’s ACT and the funding received.   

 

Soon you will see temperature screeners in strategic public locations within the community.   This are designed to read and provide immediate feedback on body temperature.  An elevated body temperature is one of the early indicators of the potential onset of COVID-19.  This concept has been deployed throughout the United States and has been successful in the early detection of COVID-19 and preventing the potential spread to others. 

 

Currently one is in place at the school and the other three will be assembled soon and put in place at the clinic, store and Corporate office. 

 

These contact-less automatic temperature screeners can read temperatures in less than two seconds from up to three feet away.  High accuracy thermal sensor, with a low temperature tolerance and adjustable high temperature threshold while having proactive alerts provides immediate feedback.

This early detection allows affected individuals the opportunity to take all the precautionary measures necessary to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.    

 

Additional information on what to expect from the Corporation regarding the CARE’s ACT and the associated expenditures will be posted frequently on our Facebook page and website.   Please check back often.  

 

Taiku