The Community Engagement and Investment Committee carefully reviewed all applications received (27 total) to ensure that funds would be used effectively and in support of our three priorities: All That Kids Can Be, From Poverty to Possibility and Healthy People Strong Communities.
We have updated the Donor Recognition page for 2022 giving a look at corporate, individual and government contributions so far this year to United Way Yukon.
One very notable contribution comes from a donor who requested anonymity. (We are glad to provide such anonymity when requested.) The donation was for $2068.90 in securities donated through Canada Helps.
How does one donate securities, and why consider this approach?
United Way Yukon is hiring a Campaign Coordinator for our annual Fundraising Campaign. Working with the Executive Director and the Campaign Committee you will help raise awareness of UWY’s mission and purpose and help increase donations and financial support.
The United Way Society of the Yukon’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the Whitehorse Public Library on Wednesday April 27, 2022 at 5pm. If you wish to attend, please contact us no later than Monday April 25th.
Winning ticket for the Better Together 50/50 Draw is D-5545. A. Morrison is happy to see a cheque for $8580.00 on it’s way.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket. You helped make Yukon Wildlife Preserve a winner as well, by supporting their programs. And you helped make other Yukon non-profits winners as we direct our share of the proceeds to a program that helps vulnerable Yukoners.
We are now accepting applications for project funding for 2022. Eligible Yukon non-profits can apply for up to $10,000 in funding for projects that focus on our three priority funding areas: All That Kids Can Be, Healthy People Strong Communities, and From Poverty To Possibility. The deadline to apply is Feb 6, 2022.