Accountability

The Board of United Way Yukon is responsible for ensuring the organization meets all of the accountability requirements established by Canada Revenue Agency. The annual budget is monitored by the Board to carefully restrict growth of expenses and to ensure maximum efficiency.

United Way Yukon makes every effort to keep expenses as low as possible by maintaining a strong internal-fundraising department, by strategically leveraging our workplace volunteers and by taking advantage of donated services and support. We also work with other United Ways in Canada to share best practices with the goal of ensuring expenses continue to be maintained.

Our administrative and fundraising costs are below the 35 per cent cost-revenue ratio recommended by the Canada Revenue Agency, which means a bigger impact for your every dollar. United Way Yukon also adheres to the Donor Bill of Rights.

For more detailed information about United Way's accountability, please consult our current Financial Statements.

 

United Way Yukon relies on strategic planning to guide its decisions and actions. The UWY Strategic Plan 2020 sets out how we intend to be the best that we can be so we can help our Yukon family effectively and wisely for many years to com.

United Way Yukon Privacy Statement

United Way Yukon respects the privacy of its members, volunteers, Board of Directors, staff, stakeholders, funders and the public and limits the collection of information to that which is necessary for the purposes of activites carried out by the organization. The organization has safeguards in place to ensure collected information is protected. It complies with all legislative requirements for the collection, use and disclosure of information.

This page is to inform you about our policies on the collection, use and disclosure of personal information we recieve through this site and through our online donation form with Canada Helps.  We use your personal information only for providing services to our members and to improve the site. By using this site, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy.

While using our site, we may ask you for personally identifiable information such as your name or organization name so that we may contact you in the future for newsletters or other information that may help you or your organization.

UWY's website uses persistent cookies within visiting browsers to enable the functions of the website and for tracking performance. Cookies are used anonymously and without storing personally identifiable information (PII). Visitors that wish to opt out of cookies should review the help documentation for their browser software to decline or selectively decline cookies. Note that declining cookies may adversely impact site performance.

The security of your information is important to us and we comply with high standards to keep it safe; however, no physical, internet or electronic storage is 100% secure.

The organization takes very seriously the protection of your personal information. Personal information is collected and used for the specific purpose of carrying out the organization's mandate. If you have concerns about your personal information collected and used by the organization, please contact us. We would be happy to respond to your request to view and update yourinformation, withdraw some or all of your information, discuss any breaches or address any other privacy matter. We will respond within 72 hours and avise you of the next steps taken to address your concern.

This policy is effective the date it is posted. Any changes to the privacy policy will also be posted. If you have any questions about the organization of our privacy policy, please contact us.

Updated July 6, 2021