NGO Training Fund
The Non-Government Organization Training Fund (NGOtf) falls under the auspices of the Yukon Government’s Department of Advanced Education. The Yukon Government provides the funding and VBY administers the fund. The fund is designed to support stand alone workshops or short-term organizational training in areas such as:
- Human Resources Management
- Succession Planning
- Volunteer Management
- Financial Management
- Information Management
- Communications and/or Marketing
- Risk Management
- Strategic Planning
To be eligible, the training must assist a non-profit agency as a whole, be undertaken by more than one individual (staff and volunteers) lined to the organization, and must have lasting benefits for the organization.
Any Yukon non-profit organization that is registered as a Society with YG Corporate Affairs is eligible to apply to this fund. Individuals are not eligible to apply.
Please communicate with Bruno Bourdache by email to know the next NGOtf call for applications.
Please consult Application Guidelines below, prior to submission: NGOtf applications guidelines
NGOtf Budget Template: Excel Version
VBY can provide your organization with advice as to the eligibility of your application as well as assistance with your application. For assistance with your application, please contact the NGOtf Fund Administrator, Bruno Bourdache at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (867) 456-4304, well in advance of the submission deadline.
- Professional development, i.e., training for individual staff members that would normally be covered under an NGO’s annual budget is not covered under this fund.)
- NGO training fund is available to non-profit organizations based in Whitehorse and in rural Yukon communities.
Are you looking for a consultant to provide training?
VBY connects Yukon consultants and trainers with Yukon non-profit organizations. We maintain a directory of individuals and companies that have expressed interest in assisting non-profit organizations. Many of these consultants offer discounts to NGOs. See consultants to see their particular areas of specialization