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NWT SPCA Scholarship

The NWT SPCA funds one $500 scholarship annually to recognize and reward an individual who contributes both in their education and extracurricular activities to the betterment of animals. To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must: 

  • Be a high school graduate,
  • Be a current or former Northern Resident,
  • Be accepted to, or currently attending, a post-secondary, educational institution in a program relating to the betterment of animals,
  • Be involved in the community, such as volunteering,
  • Have at least an average academic standing. 

Maureen Goldsmith Memorial Scholarship

Sponsored by the family of Maureen Goldsmith, the $500 scholarship is in memory of a wonderful NWT SPCA volunteer and friend. This scholarship is to recognize and reward an individual who is passionate about animal welfare, nature, and conservation. To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must: 

  • Be a high school graduate,
  • Be a current or former Northern Resident,
  • Be accepted to, or currently attending, a post-secondary, educational institution in a program relating to the betterment of animals,
  • Be involved in the community, such as volunteering,
  • Have at least an average academic standing. 


To apply for one of these scholarships, please fill out and submit the Scholarship Application Form found here

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7am - 11am & 4pm - 8pm

Phone: (867) 920-7722 Please leave us a message.

Fax: (867) 920-7723

General Inquiry: nwtspcayk@gmail.com

Adoptions Inquiry: adopt-foster@nwtspca.com

Volunteering: orientations@nwtspca.com

NWT SPCA

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