ABORIGINAL SPORT LEGACY FUND
#2
Established through the 2007 Canada Winter Games to support and promote sports programs for Yukon Aboriginal peoples.
For information regarding awards please contact Rose Inglangasuk@yasc.ca

YUKON LEGACY FUND

#3

This fund has been donated to the Yukon Foundation by the generosity of the Govít of Yukon for:
A. Scholarships: for Yukon students in any program of study.
B. Projects: Assist groups with Yukon projects.


ALEC BERRY
#4
Established by bequest for studies in mining, geology, metallurgical sciences, or to do such other things as the Directors of the Yukon Foundation may determine, provided they are related to the mining industry.

DOUGLAS B. CRAIG
#5

Established by family, colleagues, students and friends for a project or scholarship in:
a)  Environmental engineering
b)  Sustainable energy
c) Climate change or related studies


CPR YUKON

#6
1. Training in CPR techniques
2. Assist with purchase of training equipment
3. CPR training for community organizations with a demonstrated need.
4. CPR instructor trainer development and continuing education.
Requirements: Clearly identify how your application will benefit/improve access to CPT/AED training for Yukon people.

BELLE AND CURLY DESROSIERS
#7
Established by bequest to provide project or scholarship funds to physically challenged people

RYAN DOWNING MEMORIAL
#8
Training or projects relating to swimming or cross-country skiing.

MAUREEN & GILLES FONTAINE
#9
A scholarship for :
1. Physically challenged persons pursuing post-secondary studies, or
2. To provide special equipment for handicapped persons.

TED & NICKY HARRISON
#10

1.  Funding to support the Ted Harrison Artist Retreat Society
2.  Alternately, to support Yukon Artists


HERITAGE NORTH
#11

For studies, research, or fieldwork in natural and cultural history, within the Yukon and/or Chilkoot Trail; with preference to national parks and national historic sites.


DEREEN HILDEBRAND

#12

Established by family and friends for a scholarship or project for:
1. A student attending art school
2. A musician attending an arts festival in Canada
3. Promotion of local arts skills enhancement
4. Studio time for musicians


THE HOUGEN FAMILY FUND
#13

Scholarship and/or Project
For the scholarly study, preservation, and enhancement, of historical and cultural activities related to the life and progress of the Yukon.  May be used as a scholarship, support of museum, archive or archaeology project.  May be used to purchase, for public display, art works which reflect the history of the Yukon and the talent of its people


KLONDIKE DEFENSE FORCE FUND
#14

Established in the 1960’s to battle the take-over of Klondike history by other parts of Canada. A grant for research or studies in Yukon History.


CLAUDIA ANN LOWRY
#15

Established by family and friends to: 
1. Assist Yukon artists engaged in Yukon arts programs.
2.  An adult Yukon resident attending art school.  Available in 2018.


MAYO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
#16

Research designed to contribute to the on-going acquisition of knowledge about the Mayo district. Does not have to be historic in nature but should contribute significantly to the information available about the Mayo district. Art projects are included in this definition.


ROY MINTER
#17

Funds to be granted to worthy applicants for the scholarly research and authorship of Yukon history.


RICK & MAUREEN NIELSEN ACTION CANADA - Northern Youth Research Award
#18

For a community-based research project activity or component of a research project, which demonstrates research and leadership skills. Research to be focused on climate change impacts and adaptation of the health and well-being of Northern communities. Research can be based upon natural, traditional, or social science topics and should actively involve the community.


NORTHERN WRITERS CIRCLE
#19

Established to promote Yukon writers who are previously published. Five years Yukon residency required


JOHN & DORIS STENBRATEN
#20
1. A scholarship for veterinary studies.
2. A scholarship for a Yukoner writing or publishing a work related to Yukon.
3. A scholarship or project relating to mining in Yukon.
4. A project relating to animal welfare in the Yukon.

ROD TAIT MEMORIAL
#21
Established by family and friends for:
1. A scholarship for post-secondary studies in agriculture.
2. A Yukon project involving agriculture.
3. An individual pursuing skills that support agriculture.

PEG & AUBREY TANNER
#22
1.  A scholarship for environmental studies.
2. A project for protection of the natural environment of the Yukon.
Five-year residency required.  Work to be done in Yukon.

VERSLUCE BROTHERS
#23

Established by bequest to benefit senior citizens.


YUKON INDIAN HERITAGE
#24
Established by a donation from the original Yukon Indian Craft Shop for educational needs of Indian children and to preserve the cultural heritage of Yukon Indian people.

NOTE: Project applicants require a Canada Revenue Agency Registered Charity Number.


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General Funds

Climate change or related studies
Climate change or related studies


Jamie Furniss