The Wilson Agency to raise money for health care access

The Wilson Agency has partnered with Anchorage Project Access to raise $50,000 to ensure access to health care for the uninsured. It is estimated that over 25,000 Anchorage residents will still not have access to insurance, even after health care reform.  The non-profit contributes to the improvement and well-being of the Anchorage community by assisting low-income individuals with an acute health problem who have no access to other methods of payment such as Medicaid or federal subsidies.    

Based on the company’s vision and values, The Wilson Agency’s charitable giving strategy specifically targets helping organizations that are health care related, such as Anchorage Project Access.  As the company celebrates its 50th year in business, they sought to commemorate the milestone in a way that fit with their vision and values.  For more information on the cause and on how to donate, please visit or contact Holly Parsons at The Wilson Agency. 

About Anchorage Project Access

Anchorage Project Access is a physician-led initiative started in December 2005. The organization is a local replication of a national model that has proven to improve health outcomes and reduce emergency room charity care costs in the community by providing affordable health care to those in need. 

About The Wilson Agency

The Wilson Agency, Alaska’s only United Benefit Advisor Partner Firm, is a full service strategic employee benefits consulting firm, helping Alaskan businesses to develop an organized approach to complex employee initiatives.  Products and services are offered through a strategic review of business’ current employee benefits and industry analysis to align business goals with employee compensation. For more information, please call Holly Parsons at 907-277-1616 or email


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