Welcome to YZED Projects.

A Yukon-based social innovation company that curates impact solutions for nonprofits, small businesses and governments.

Our work.

Our services include:

  • Coaching and training 
    • Board governance and accountability
    • New Executive Director training and support
    • Financial literary
    • Team wellness 
    • Onboarding for success
    • Digital capacity and systems
  • Planning
    • Strategic plans
    • Business plans for small-business and social enterprises
    • Financial planning, budgeting and projections
    • Action plans - align plans for people, capacity and resources
    • Team wellness plans
    • Organizational culture plans
    • Succession planning
  • Assessment
    • Feasibility studies
    • Organizational reviews
    • Program reviews

Our work with you is a partnership; our team adapts and pivots with yours as we design the path forward.
What starts as a short-term project often expands into longer-term transformational work.

How we work

We ...

  • act as a guide supportingyour impact work and big dreams.
    • help navigate from challenge to clarity.
    • map the path forward from idea to action.
    • provide tools and services to build organizational effectiveness.
    • support your team along the way.

Our why

We believe that...

  • social impact organizations and changemakers are the heart and soul of our communities.
  • people want to align their work with their values and make an impact.
  • to dream big and succeed, we need to create the space to engage and inspire... ourselves and our community.

In the community

"YZED Projects becomes first Canadian Certified B Corporation North of 60" Media Release & Backgrounder 

YZED Projects Founder named one of 21 New Founders to Watch by Future of Good June 3, 2020
Yukon's non-profit sector is the mammoth in the room Op-Ed, Yukon News, January 30, 2020 

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We acknowledge that our headquarters lie on the traditional territory
of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.