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: March, 2020

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Unity Compost” – granted $40,000.00 to pursue an initiative targeting reduced food waste while providing added support to the Hutt Valley community.
  • CommonUnity Project Aotearoa (CUPA)

  • Kaicycle

  • Urban Kai Farms (an enterprise of CommonUnity Project Aotearoa)

  • Unity Kitchen (an enterprise of CommonUnity Project Aotearoa)

  • Coffee Supreme

  • Urban Farmers Alliance

  • Hutt City Council
“Wellington Regional Healthy Housing Group” – granted $30,000.00 to support the recruitment of an Executive Officer to help deliver a collaboration focused on ensuring houses in the Wellington region are warm, dry and safe.
  • Sustainability Trust

  • Tu Kotahi Maori Asthma Trust

  • Energise Otaki
“Top of the South Collective” – granted $5,000.00 to bring budget services in Nelson/Motueka together to understand, explore and bring to life a 'Centre of Excellence' model to the way services are delivered.
  • Whakatu Te Korowai Manaakitanga Trust

  • Nelson Budget Service

  • Motueka Family Service Centre
“Age Concern Auckland” – granted $15,000.00 to complete the final step in the recent amalgamation of 3 Age Concerns into Age Concern Auckland by implementing a unified IT and phone system – one that will further enable collaboration between remote workers.
  • Age Concern Auckland Incorporated

  • Age Concern North Shore Incorporated

  • Age Concern Counties Manukau Incorporated
“Redemption Street” – granted $5,500.00 to run an intensive workshop involving Redemption Arts, Hobson Street Theatre Company and the Northland Regional Correction Facility to strengthen existing connections and design a future collaboration.
  • Flock Charitable Trust

  • Redemption Arts & Education Services @ NRCF

  • Department of Corrections
“Creative Spaces West Coast” – granted $8,400.00 to complete a feasibility study involving WestREAP and Creative Spaces West Coast to see if long term collaboration is possible.
  • WestREAP

  • Creative Spaces West Coast
“KTAT/HWFC Merger” – granted $11,770.00 to complete the merge of Kia Timata Ano Trust and Helensville Women & Family Centre using a best-practice process recently prepared from a previous WTMF supported initiative.
  • Kia Tīmata Anō Trust (KTAT)

  • Helensville Women and Family Centre (HWFC)
“A collaborative Hub for Phillipstown and close neighbourhoods” – granted $12,000.00 to hold a series of facilitated workshops over six months to build on existing connections between the 13 members of the Phillipstown Hub and other community groups.
  • Phillipstown Community Centre Charitable Trust

  • Canterbury Refugees Resettlement and Resource Centre

  • Purapura Whetu Trust

  • Fitclub at the Hub Charitable Trust

  • The Muse Community music Trust

  • Mt Pleasant Pottery Group

  • Otautahi Creative Spaces Trust
“PIPS + PWC” – granted $2,620.00 to contract a facilitator to hold meetings between Perinatel Wellbeing Canterbury and Pregnancy Infancy Parenting Support to craft a collaborative way forward that builds on existing support provided to parents and caregivers.
  • Perinatal Wellbeing Canterbury

  • PIPS : Pregnancy Infancy Parenting Support (Pregnancy Help Canterbury Trust)
“Kia Tika - Getting it right” – granted $20,000.00 to bring partnering organisations together to develop a collaborative strategy and practice – informed by deeply understanding the aspirations and needs of those the organisations serve.
  • CCS Disability Action Otago

  • Community Care Trust

  • Access Ability

  • Aspire Kids - Tamariki Matana Charitable Trust