YHMA offers a variety of programs and services that support a learning environment for history and culture and the development of skills and best practices. These initiatives encourage a community of learning and collaboration among those who work to protect, conserve and celebrate our rich and diverse heritage.
The Non-Profit Sector Supplement Program aims to enable non-profits to be in a financial position to resume normal operations after the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding is provided by the Government of Yukon and administered by the Yukon Historical and Museums Associati, and has a one-time intake deadline of February 8, 2021.
The Yukon Heritage Training Fund provides Yukon residents the opportunity to increase their skills and knowledge in the heritage sector.
The Yukon/Stikine Regional Heritage Fair annually brings together students in grades 4-9, teachers, parents, and mentors from around the Yukon to showcase quality research and presentations on a range of historical and heritage topics.
The outstanding contributions of Yukoners to protect, conserve and interpret our rich and diverse heritage is recognized through the Yukon Heritage Awards. The Awards are presented annually in conjunction with a celebration of Heritage Day.