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Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) offers a workshop series that gives youth the opportunity to gain practical experience in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields. WAMP leads the HackSpace NT workshop this past July. © Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP)
Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) offers a workshop series that gives youth the opportunity to gain practical experience in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields. WAMP leads the HackSpace NT workshop this past July.
© Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP)

Field Law has announced this year’s winners of its annual Community Fund Program. The Program, which supports local community initiatives and projects, handed out a total of $15,000 in funding to help launch or grow each local project.

The Be a Buddy Not a Bully program developed by the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation helps promote healthy living and reduce the negative effects of bullying in the community. © Kamikaze Punishment Foundation
The Be a Buddy Not a Bully program developed by the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation helps promote healthy living and reduce the negative effects of bullying in the community.
© Kamikaze Punishment Foundation

The winning recipients are: The Living the Journey: Cancer Peer Support for the NWT, receiving the grand prize of $6,000; HackSpace NT and Be a Buddy Not a Bully, both receiving $4,500.

Field Law is a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife. To learn more about the Community Fund Program, visit www.fieldlawcommunityfund.com.