Recipients

WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Fund recipients complete a brief report upon completion of their initiative – access our online Grantee Report Form here.   

Funding Round Grants: August, 2019

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Foodbank Aotearoa New Zealand” – granted $30,000.00 to drive a collaborative solution to food rescue and relief in New Zealand.
  • Foodbank Canterbury

  • Kaibosh

  • Good Neighbour Aotearoa Trust

  • Fair Food

  • Waikato Environment Centre

  • Satisfy Food Rescue
“Breathe Easy Tamariki” – granted $22,980.00 to enhance education and outcomes for primary school students suffering from asthma in the Mangere region.
  • Asthma New Zealand Incorporated

  • Turuki Health Care Charitable Trust
“Investigating NSN and NSW working more closely together both at operational and governance levels.” – granted $7,000.00 to investigate and report on the potential benefits of Neighbourhood Support Nelson and Neighbourhood Support Waimea merging into a single entity.
  • Neighbourhood Support Nelson (NSN)

  • Neighbourhood Support Waimea (NSW)
“VUWSA/CAB student lead citizens advice service at Victoria University of Wellington” – granted $7,000.00 to develop a new student-focused model to effectively deliver the Citizens Advice Bureau Wellington service to students of Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Citizens Advice Bureau Wellington Inc (WelCAB)

  • Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Asso And Te Ropu Tauira O Te Kura Wananga O Te Upuko O Te Ika A Maui Incorporated (VUWSA)

  • Citizens Advice Bureaux New Zealand Incorporated (CABNZ)
“Manawa Tahi - Pre-implementation stages” – granted $20,000.00 to implement the Manawa Tahi research project and demonstrate how lifestyle can influence and potentially reverse existing heart disease.
  • Plant Based New Zealand Health Trust (PBNZHT)

  • Turanga Health (Te Hauora o Turanganui a Kiwa Limited)
“YouthLaw Wheels in Motion” – granted $29,530.00 to collaborate with Community Law Centres in New Zealand to increase the ability for YouthLaw to deliver law-related education across the country.
  • YouthLaw Aotearoa Inc

  • Community Law Centres o Aotearoa Inc
“Te Puna Ako Library Learning Centre + Fab Lab Masterton” – granted $18,000.00 to find the best ways to share equipment and expertise between Fab Lab Masterton and Masterton District Library.
  • Fab Lab Masterton

  • Masterton District Library
“The Kai Ika Project” – granted $15,000.00 to find ways to save the currently discarded parts of fish and connect them to those who can utilise this valuable food resource.
  • New Zealand Sport Fishing Council via its subsidiary LegaSea

  • Seka Kai (The Miramar and Maupuia Community Centre)

  • The Mana Cruising Club

  • The Fish Factory Ltd

  • Wesley Community Action
“Development of sensory friendly and inclusive performances guidelines.” – granted $10,000.00 to form a partnership between the Tim Bray Theatre Company and the Children's Autism Foundation to ensure accessible theatre and all its benefits, are increasingly accessible.
  • The Operating Theatre Trust t/a Tim Bray Theatre Company

  • Children’s Autism Foundation
“National Health Content Hub” – granted $20,000.00 to bring several contributing organisations together along with all health resources making them accessible to all New Zealanders to learn and consequently enhance their health outcomes.
  • Health Navigator Charitable Trust

  • KidsHealth NZ (part of Paediatric Society of NZ Incorporated)

  • Waitemata District Health Board

  • ProCare Health (PHO) Ltd

  • Health Info Canterbury