TKC seeks to keep all shareholders informed so they can take full advantage of the opportunities we provide in order to enhance shareholders’ quality of life. If you have any questions, please take a look at our shareholder FAQ below.
How do I change my address?
Change of address forms are available at either the Aniak or Anchorage TKC offices. Address and information updates can also be made via the Shareholder Portal at MyTKC.com. In addition, any of these forms are also accepted:
- Calista Corporation change of address form
- U.S. Post Office change of address form or postcard
- Any handwritten signed and dated note, form or letter from the shareholder stating the new address
If the shareholder is also a custodian, please list each of the wards so an address change may be made for them as well. Each individual shareholder, over the age of 18, must provide the change of address form in writing with their written signature consent. For example, a husband and wife must both sign the change of address form, or must fill one out separately. Also, the parents cannot sign these documents for the child after the child has turned 18.
Who can be a member of TKC’s Board of Directors?
Any shareholder, Class A or Class B, who is eligible and who wishes to run as a candidate for any seat on the Board of Directors of The Kuskokwim Corporation at the annual shareholders’ meeting, must complete and return a nominating petition and questionnaire form to the Anchorage office. Forms can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There are four board seats up for election each year. These are At-Large seats, meaning there are no residency requirements for Board Members. Each seat has a three-year term of office. There are no designated seats for Class A or Class B, as all seats are open to any shareholder.
According to TKC’s Amended and Restated Bylaws and/or state law, to be eligible to run and serve as a Director, you must be:
- 18 years of age or older at the time of the next election of Directors;
- An Alaska Native (as defined by ANCSA) shareholder of TKC entitled to vote, holding Class A-1, A-2 or Class B stock and an original shareholder or a descendant of an original shareholder;
- Not have been convicted of or pled guilty or no contest to a felony;
- Not serving as Board Member, Officer or Executive of another Alaska Native Corporation;
- Willing to put shareholder interests first in all Board duties, and put TKC’s interests above your own interests; and
- Willing to abide by Board decisions, including Bylaws, policies and other official decisions.
In addition, any employee of TKC or any subsidiary will be deemed to have resigned from such employment, effective upon election to the Board of Directors.
How do I enroll my children?
The Class B enrollment forms for enrolling eligible children born after December 18, 1971 are available at the Aniak and the Anchorage office. Please include a certified or original birth certificate with the application; all original documents will be returned. Also, if the applicant is under 18, please notarize and return the Custodian Consent form.
How do I change my name?
If a shareholder has changed their name, TKC accepts the following documents:
- A copy of a legal document stating the change
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce decree
- Adoption certificate
- Birth certificate
- Drivers license or state ID card showing the change
How can I verify I’m a TKC shareholder?
TKC does provide shareholder identification cards, we can also provide a form verifying shareholder status. Contact TKC at (907) 243-2944 within Anchorage or toll free at 1-800-478-2171 outside of Anchorage, but within Alaska for more information. You can also print any needed stock verification forms from the Shareholder Portal at MyTKC.com.
How do I certify Indian blood?
To obtain a Certificate of Indian Blood, contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs at 3601 C Street, Suite 1100, Anchorage, Alaska 99503. Their phone number is (907) 271-3517, or toll free at 1-800-645-8465.
Information regarding certification cannot be received via email, and must be sent to the following mailing address:
3601 C Street, Suite 1200
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Does TKC assist in burial funds?
Yes, TKC assists with burial assistance for TKC shareholders. TKC offers assistance in the amount of $1000. Contact the Shareholder Relations Department for details.
The Association of Village Council Presidents (AVCP) also assists with additional funding. Their phone number is (907) 543-7300 or you can email them at info.avcp.org. If you would like fore information on AVCP and their burial assistance, please visit avcp.org. Also, if Alaska Natives are living within the Municipality of Anchorage, they may apply for burial assistance by calling the General Assistance Program at Cook Inlet Tribal Council at (907) 265-5911. Shareholders living in Alaska, but outside of the Anchorage Municipality can contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Social Services in Juneau, AK toll free at 1-800-645-8397. Alaska Natives residing outside of Alaska should contact their local BIA office to apply for additional assistance.
Where do our shareholders live?
TKC Shareholders live all over the world. Over half of TKC shareholders live outside TKC’s 10 villages. These shareholders live in other villages surrounding the 10 villages, within the Municipality of Anchorage or outside of Alaska. The remaining shareholders live within the 10 villages.
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