UCPBA Calgary welcomes applications from non-profit organizations who are looking for funds to help defray operating or capital costs.
There is no deadline for grant applications. Requests are considered on an ongoing basis and support to deserving organizations is granted when funds are available.
- ACUA – Alberta Council for Ukrainian Arts — $2,500
- Shevchenko Foundation — $2,100
- Medical Mercy Canada – $2,000
- Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundatiob — $2,000
- League of Ukrainian Women in Canada — $1,500
- Calgary Ukrainian Students Societb — $1,500
- Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish — $1,200
- HART – Humanitarian Aid Relief Team — $1,000
- Hill 70 Memorial — $1,000
- Korinnya Folk Ensemble — $1,000
- NASHI — $1,000
- Suzirya Ukrainian Dance Ensemble – $1,000
- Ukrainian Canadian Congress (National) — $1,000
- Ukrainian Canadian Students Union (SUSK) — $1,000
- Mykola Woron Library and Archives — $1,000
- Ukrainian School at Assumption Church — $1,000
- Calgary Opera (Lida Szkwarek Recital) – $1,500
- Help Us Help the Children – $1,200
- Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum (UCAMA) – $1,000
- Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation (UCEF) – $1,000
- Yalynka Ukrainian Dancers Society – $1,000
- UCC Calgary – sponsorship of Carol Festival
The UCPBA of Calgary offers a courtesy review of resumes, cover letters and scholarship applications for grammatical issues and general content.
We can also assist with mock interviews and facilitate the introduction to UCPBA members with industry-specific knowledge. Where possible, we can also provide general career and academic advice based solely on personal experiences. This service has been formed as a resource to assist Ukrainians in their career search/career transition and is run by volunteers. The committee has not been formed to post jobs or refer candidates for employment.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can be of service.
Many successful individuals underline the importance of a mentor in their career or business trajectory.
A formal mentor-mentee relationship can provide skills and knowledge, professional socialization and personal support along the path of professional or business development.
UCPBA Calgary’s formal mentorship program teams up mentors and mentees in the following initial areas: