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Commissioner launches the Daisy Mason Wellness Fund

by ahnationtalk on March 30, 2020159 Views

The Commissioner of Yukon, the Bishop of the Anglican Church and the Skookum Jim Indian Trust Fund are working together to launch the Daisy Mason Wellness Fund. It will provide financial assistance to First Nations residents behind initiatives that help people in their community through well-being, healing and personal development training and activities.

In 1905, Skookum Jim put money in a trust to provide for his daughter and her children. His daughter, Daisy, died in 1938 without children. The money then went back into trust to support Yukon First Nations, in accordance to Skookum Jim’s will.

The Daisy Mason Wellness Fund will be awarded on June 21, 2020 on National Indigenous Peoples day.

I am so happy that we are helping Skookum Jim’s vision come to life. The Daisy Mason Wellness Fund will help keep Skookum Jim’s legacy alive and help support healthy habits throughout the Yukon.

Commissioner of Yukon, Angélique Bernard

I am blessed to participate in this important work and event.

Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Yukon, Lesley Wheeler-Dame

Quick facts
  • The successful recipient will receive approximately $500.
  • The Commissioner of Yukon and the Bishop of the Anglican Church were made trustees of the will and of the trust fund.
  • The fund is intended to promote wellness on an individual or group basis within Yukon.
  • For an application form contact the Commissioner’s office at nominations@gov.yk.ca or come pick up a form at 412 Main Street in Whitehorse
Contact

Kerri Scholz
Private Secretary, Commissioner of Yukon
867-667-5121
kerri.scholz@gov.yk.ca

NT5

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