SCDI 4th Annual Conference and Community Dinner

SCDI will host its 4th annual conference November 3rd and 4th and will also hold our 1st annual banquet honoring our founder, Pastor Dr. Alonzo B. Patterson, and hold a series of focus groups November 4th from 9am to 1pm in the gym at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church (855 E. 20th Ave, Anchorage AK 99501). Some of the topics of the focus group discussions are justice, health, economics, education and youth. You are also invited to share in our joy as we pay tribute to Pastor Dr. Alonzo B. Patterson and First Lady Shirley Patterson of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church for their trailblazing guidance, boundless stewardship and innate focus on the community. You can click here for the conference's schedule.

In tribute we will be hosting a gala honoring Pastor Patterson and First Lady Patterson on November 3rd, 2017 at 6:30pm at the Downtown Marriott to commermorate over 47 years of service to the church and to the community. Tickets are $100 apeice which includes a plated dinner, entertainment and more. To purchase a ticket, click here or you can call Ellen Johnson (EJ) at (907) 764-7881 or Terria at (907) 529-7478 to place your order. If you wish to place a congratulatory message in Pastor Patterson's retirement booklet, please click here to download the form or you can contact EJ for more information.

In addition to purchasing tickets for the celebration dinner, you can also purchase a commerative t-shirt for the event as well. There is a black t-shirt and a maroon t-shirt as well. Please contact EJ for more information about sizes and costs.

Please come out to our 4th annual conference and then join us and the community in celebrating the retirement of Pastor Patterson!

Please Donate

We hope your new year is off to a good start. It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone. It certainly was an eventful one -- and a busy one here at Shiloh Community Development, Incorporated in terms of programs and activities completed, including undertaking of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Community-wide Commemorative Program, planning and organizing SCDI’s annual 3-day conference “Speak Hope, Speak Love, Speak Life, the launching of our Far North Sister’s Keeper Mentorship Program, the expansion of our Young Lions Mentorship Program and the establishment of our Alonzo B. Patterson Job Placement and Workforce Development Center. In order for SCDI to continue it’s ambitious agenda, we need your support.

When you Pick.Click.Give by March 31st, you will be entered in to be one of ten lucky Alaskans to DOUBLE their 2015 PFD. Please consider Shiloh Community Development, Incorporated when you Pick.Click.Give so we can continue making a difference in the lives of youth, minorities and the disadvantaged.

Here is how you can give. Once you have completed your permanent fund dividend application online (you can click here to apply for your PFD online) then you can:

  1. Select "Pick.Click.Give"
  2. Select Shiloh Community Development, Incorporated (SCDI)
  3. Select the amount of your donation

All funds support SCDI's effort to empower youth, minorities and the disadvantaged. Thank you for donating to SCDI through Pick.Click.Give! And remember, you can donate anytime by going to our Donate page.

Citizens To Serve

Accepting Applications for Boards & Commissions
The Municipality is always looking for concerned citizens who are willing to take part in our municipal government process and work hard to help make our community an even better place to live, work and play!

Each October, approximately one third (about 150) of the seats on municipal boards and commissions are appointed. Nearly all appointments are made for a three-year term Throughout the year vacancies occur on many of our boards and commissions. Applications are kept on hand as a resource for those vacancies. You may apply at any time. Click here for more information.

SCDI’s mission is to eliminate significant disparities in health care, economics, education and the criminal justice system. SCDI enhances the quality of life of those less fortunate by providing transitional assistance; economical, educational opportunities; job search support; health education, prevention, wellness programs; and youth mentorship.