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Save the Date:

Saturday October 13, 2018 - Island Liaison's

4th Annual Celebration and Fundraiser - Due to the weather forecast for Saturday, the planned program may not occur. However, since the food has already been paid for, ticketholder may come by for food, either to eat there (weather permitting) or to take home.

Who We Are

Our Mission

To be a resource providing awareness of locally available agencies, services, and educational opportunities to help Pacific Islanders, especially those from the region of Micronesia.

Who We Are

Island Liaison, Inc. was created as a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization to address the needs of those who need help with accessing information and services, with a focus on people from the region of Micronesia who have relocated from their island homeland to the Valley.

Islanders from the U.S. Territories of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are US citizens and have the ability to access many federal or state-funded medical services such as Medicaid or AHCCCS.

The Independent island nations of the Freely Associated States (FAS) have entered into an Agreement with the United States, the Compact of Freely Associated States (COFA), which allows them to freely travel within the U.S. without a visa and with no time restraints. These Islanders are not eligible for many of these services.

The Freely Associated States (FAS) are:

  • The Republic of the Marshall Islands
  • Federated States of Micronesia: Chuuk, Yap, Pohnpei, and Kosrae
  • The Republic of Palau.

Donations to Island Liaison are tax deductible up to the limits established by the Internal Revenue Service.

Copyright 2017 Island Liaison, Inc.