On Friday, March 29, Sealaska will announce the 2019 spring distribution. More than 20,000 shareholders will benefit from the dividend payment from operations and the Marjorie V. Young Permanent Fund.
Many of our family members are considering enrolling or are in the process. Help us get the word out that enrollment applications must be completed and approved by Sealaska by March 29, 2019.
Apply for Descendant or Leftout Sealaska Shares
Enrollment is open year round and is now completely online. To be eligible for the spring distribution, new shareholders must submit an application with all required documents. The application needs to be approved by Friday, March 29, 2019. Apply online for Descendent or Leftout stock!
MySealaska.com is convenient and the easiest way for shareholders to keep contact and banking information current with Sealaska. Shareholders can update their mailing and email addresses and sign up for direct deposit. MySealaska is the location to apply for a Sealaska scholarship or complete the online enrollment application for descendant or leftout stock. Anyone who is registered with MySealaska.com automatically receives frequent Sealaska eNews. Join the MySealaska community and register today.
How To Receive a Distribution Payment
The fastest and most efficient way to receive a distribution is by direct deposit. Not only does it reduce paper waste and postage costs, but it also ensures a paper check is not delayed or lost in the mail. Sign up for direct deposit or update your mailing address at MySealaska.com by Monday, April 8 to ensure your distribution gets to you.
View Your Pending Distribution Amount
On Friday, March 29, shareholders who have a MySealaska.com account can view their pending distribution amount. This is a new feature! Create an account and log in on Friday, March 29 to see your calculated, personalized amount.
Are You or Someone You Know on the Bad Address List?
Sealaska wants to ensure all shareholders receive important information from Sealaska, including board election materials, annual reports, the mailed Shareholder newsletter or the eNewsletter, important notices and distributions. Many shareholders are on the bad address list and not receiving mailings from Sealaska, including mailed distribution checks. Here is how someone lands on this list:
1. Shareholders whose mail has been returned to Sealaska
2. Shareholders who do not have banking information on file, OR shareholders who do have banking information on file, but no email address