DES DUNCAN MEMORIAL
#102
Established by family and friends for projects or group training programs related to cross country skiing in Yukon.

TED FESER ENDOWMENT FUND #103

Established by the Grey Mountain Lions Club to promote Special Olympics programs.


IRA “SLIM” FOSTER #104

Established for the Yukon Women’s Transition Home Society for the care of abused children.  Awarded annually. 


GEORGE GREEN
#105

For Yukon charities committed to ensuring that people throughout the Yukon are provided with the accommodation and support required to reach their full potential.


JAN MONTGOMERY
#106

The funds are to be used for any worthy project which contributes to the aesthetic enhancement of any properties owned or maintained by the City of Whitehorse.
10% of the grant will be held over to cover two years of project maintenance.  The recipients may apply for the holdback funds in May of the next two years after project completion.


WHITEHORSE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB YOUTH AWARD
#107

Whitehorse projects which serve the needs of children ages 7 to 14 years.  Projects may be, but are not limited to, the following:
a.   Group travel to a special event.
b.   Development in the arts.
c.   Play ground development.
d.   A one-time capital item for a youth centre.
e.   A conference for children.
f.   Travel or fee assistance for children to attend a    summer camp or special educational program.
Priority:  For volunteer and non-profit groups.


CÄCILIE WIGEN
#108

Established by her husband to support a local women's shelter and/or a local animal shelter. Annual Award


YUKON SCOUT COUNCIL #109

Established by the Council to assist Yukon scouting youth and registered Yukon scouter adults to attend Canadian jamborees and world jamborees.

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


Emma Barr