Recipients

WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Funding Round Grants: December, 2019

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Too big to be small, too small to be big!” – granted $8,400.00 to complete a feasibility study exploring a possible merger between AccessAbility and Life Unlimited.
  • AccessAbility Charitable Trust

  • Life Unlimited Charitable Trust
“Responsive effective sustainable family violence intervention” – granted $10,000.00 to explore the broader impact and benefits of various partnership models between SVS Living Space and Motueka Women Support Link.
  • SVS Living Safe (SVS)

  • Motueka Women Support Link (MWSL)
“Wellness Centre.” – granted $11,000.00 to secure a facilitator to research the possibility of various partners contributing to a proposed one-stop-shop model for support services and community engagement.
  • Age Concern Tauranga

  • Alzheimers Tauranga/BOP

  • Grief Support Services
“Safeguarding Adults from Abuse (SAFA) in Tauranga” – granted $19,250.00 to advance an existing collaboration for the purposes of developing a collaborative response to the prevention, identification and management of abuse of disabled people and at-risk Adults.
  • The Personal Advocacy and Safeguarding Adults Trust (PASAT)

  • Tauranga Women’s Refuge

  • School of Population Health, Auckland University

  • Imagine Better
“Merger of Neighbourhood Support Nelson and Marlborough” – granted $24,700.00 to merge Neighbourhood Support Nelson and Marlborough to enhance the collective impact in building safer, more caring and supportive and resilient communities.
  • Neighbourhood Support Nelson (NSN)

  • Neighbourhood Support Marlborough (NSM)
“KTAT/HWFC Merger” – granted $21,000.00 to explore in detail a possible merger intended to enhance and strengthen the response to clients in their time of need.
  • Kia Tīmata Anō Trust (KTAT)

  • Helensville Women and Family Centre (HWFC)
“We Are 9” – granted $20,000.00 to explore the feasibility of setting up an umbrella entity to enable greater national contribution to key sector issues - while remaining responsive to community need.
  • Waitakere Adult Literacy Inc trading as Literacy Waitakere

  • Literacy Taupo Incorporated trading as Taupo Learning Centre

  • Whanganui Learning Centre Trust

  • Literacy Rotorua Incorporated

  • Waiheke Adult Learning (Waiheke Adult Literacy Inc)
“Community Led Development and Social Enterprise Working Together in the Wellington Region” – granted $20,000.00 to proceed with a collaboration between Anika Foundation and Inspiring Communities to achieve shared goals and build a Community of Practice.
  • Ākina Foundation

  • Inspiring Communities
“Waiheke Collective Marine Project” – granted $19,800.00 to pilot a community-led exploration to collaborate with a shared vision of protecting Waiheke Island's marine environment.
  • Hauraki Gulf Conservation Trust

  • Waiheke Collective

  • Ngati Paoa

  • Forest & Bird, Hauraki Islands branch

  • The Waiheke High School Sustainability Group

  • Department of Conservation

  • Hauraki Gulf Forum