WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Funding Round Grants: August, 2020

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Porirua Newcomers Hapori Kaiwhakatere” – granted $20,000.00 to trial a method to better utilise capacity and capability to assist newcomers to integrate.
  • Porirua Multicultural Council

  • English Language Partners Porirua

  • Glenview Primary School

  • Positive Impact Consultancy
“Kaitaia Cycle Commercial Compost” – granted $15,600.00 to cover Coordinator costs to expand their “hot” composting boxes waste recycling programme.
  • Te Pokapu Tiaki Taiao O Te Tai Tokerau Trust (EcoCentre Kaitaia)

  • CBEC Eco Solutions (CBEC)

  • GoodLife Projects Charitable Trust (GLP)
“Complex Chronic Illness Support Merger” – granted $28,100.00 to complete due diligence and, if this indicates it is in the best interests of clients and both agencies, to merge the partner groups.
  • Complex Chronic Illness Support

  • ME/CFS Support (Auckland) Inc.

  • ME/CFS & FM Waikato
“Top of the South Regional Agency” – granted $15,000.00 to assess the merits for local non-profits of an agency to improve the status, representation, profile and potential of non-profit sector agencies.
  • Top of the South Neighbourhood Support (TSNS)

  • Age Concern Nelson Tasman (ACNT)

  • Volunteer Nelson (VN)
“Te Papa o Te Waiariki National Park Region” – granted $15,000.00 to grow and support the increase in the number of people engaged in activities to enhance the environment with local iwi.
  • Envirohub BOP
“Seagull Centre Mobility” – granted $25,000.00 to enable Seagull Centre Trust to absorb Mobilise Thames Charitable trust to increase its ongoing financial sustainability.
  • Seagull Centre Trust

  • Mobilse Thames Charitable Trust
“Emerge” – granted $25,000.00 to complete a merger process to improve responsiveness of their family violence services, better connect them to similar services nationally and increase capability and capacity to support stopping the use of violence.
  • Family Support Services Trust t/as jigsaw whanganui

  • RISE: Stopping Violence Services
“Improving the wellbeing of Asian people in New Zealand” – granted $30,000.00 to explore how to best utilise the expertise and resources of both agencies to bring about long-lasting change to Asian peoples’ wellbeing.
  • Asian Family Services

  • Platform Trust