211: Navigators are standing by to help you

Did you know? 211 Yukon has an excellent website which is your guide to the service now offered in the territory. Click the image above or here to have a look.

You can call 211 to find help for all of life’s challenges. The service is free, confidential and available in over 150 languages. Call 211 any time, 24/7 to speak with someone who can help find the support you need.



Auction is underway! Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) 

Get some holiday shopping done with our latest fundraising auction!

Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) are hosting an online auction with some amazing local items: handmade creations from local artists and a great selection of items from local stores.

CIRNAC has been a great supporter of United Way Yukon for many years. As part of the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign they have donated items for this fundraising auction.

A big thank you to all who donated items to the auction!  All money raised goes to United Way Yukon to help support Yukon non-profits.

Link to bid:

The auction began November 10th at 9AM and ends on Nov 17 at 3PM.

The link to the auction is  CIRNAC 2022 Silent Auction for United Way | 32auctions

Good luck!

Donor recognition: $100,000 commitment from the Government of Yukon!

We have updated our page which lists donations for 2022. Our most sincere thanks to our latest donors:

  • North 60 Petro
  • Government of Yukon
  • RBC Foundation
  • CIBC

Some funds will go towards our Community Investment Fund while others are intended specifically for the Yukon Energy Food Security Network.

This includes an amazing $100,000 commitment in funding from the territorial government.

Yukon Charitable Gaming Survey

The purpose of this survey is to determine how Yukon non-profits use charitable gaming revenue as part of their overall fundraising strategy.

Your responses to this survey will be used to provide recommendations to the Yukon Government Department of Community Services, which regulates and licenses charitable gaming. The aim is to improve the experience for Yukon non-profits so they can benefit from this fundraising opportunity.

There is no prize for participating in this charitable gaming survey, but you may be contacted for follow up questions to provide additional information. Responses will be kept confidential.

The survey has 10 questions and should take 5-10 minutes to complete.  To access the survey, click on the link below:

Yukon Charitable Gaming Survey – Take 2