NOK Mission: Achieve responsible growth supporting sustainable shareholder benefits and opportunities.
NOK Vision: Natives of Kodiak is committed to:
- Responsibly growing year over year dividends
- Transparent and effective communications
- Promoting cultural awareness
NOK Values: Natives of Kodiak will uphold the highest standards of integrity, honesty, and ethics in all aspects of the Corporation’s transactions and interactions.
In September of 2002, NOK shareholders overwhelmingly approved the creation of the Natives of Kodiak Shareholder Permanent Fund Trust, which was subsequently funded with assets from the NOK Shareholders Fund. The Trust’s original 2002 Agreement was amended by Beneficiary vote on June 30, 2018.
The NOK Shareholder Permanent Fund Trust currently pays quarterly distributions to Trust beneficiaries in March, June, September, and November of each year.
A reminder that, in accordance with the NOK Shareholder Permanent Fund Restated Agreement, NOK Shareholder Permanent Fund Trust beneficiaries are required to transfer their NOK Shareholder Permanent Fund Trust units at the same time and in the same quantities as NOK shares they choose to transfer.
The NOK Benefits Trust was established on September 15, 2018 by overwhelming approval vote of NOK shareholders. All NOK shareholders at the time of NOK Benefits Trust inception automatically became beneficiaries of the Trust. To take advantage of tax savings offered through the Benefits Trust, all Annual Heritage Distributions, Elder’s Benefits, Death Benefits, and Scholarships are paid from the NOK Benefits Trust.
For future planning, shareholders are reminded that NOK Benefits Trust beneficiaries are required to transfer their NOK Benefits Trust units at the same time and in the same quantities as NOK shares they choose to transfer. Please contact the NOK office with any questions you may have.
Shareholder Employment Opportunities
NOK is committed to employment opportunities for its shareholders. NOK shareholders, descendants and dependents are encouraged to submit an application for employment by NOK subsidiaries and/or contractors through NOK’s online job portal.
Free Admission to Kodiak's Alutiiq Museum
Free Land-Use Permits
As part of NOK’s consolidated land-use permit system, created in 2004 in partnership with Afognak Native Corporation (ANC) and Ouzinkie Native Corporation (ONC) to simplify permitting and land-use rules on NOK, ANC and ONC Afognak Island, Raspberry Island, Spruce Island and Whale Island lands, NOK shareholders, spouses and descendants may obtain land-use permits free of charge. Please contact the NOK office for more information.