Other funding sources
"The Gift That Keeps On Giving"
The Acorn Foundation is a Charitable Trust operating in Tauranga. It was established in 2003, to encourage people to consider leaving a gift in their will to benefit the local community forever. People can also make gifts during their lifetime to build up their fund and maximise the tax rebates now available.
The foundation supports charitable organisations whose work fulfils one or more of the following purposes: to assist in the promotion of financial literacy; to provide opportunities for all New Zealanders to achieve economic and social independence; to provide access to learning opportunities that prepare people for meaningful work and a high quality of life; to assist people working together to create viable and secure communities; to assist to conserve New Zealand's natural and historical resources.
Youth Week is about recognising the amazing contributions and achievements of young people in New Zealand. The week inspires us to value, support, and affirm the diversity of young people in our society. Ultimately we want Aotearoa/ New Zealand to be a country where young people are vibrant and optimistic through being supported and encouraged to take up challenges. The grants support activities held during the annual Youth Week.
BayTrust will consider grants for organisations and projects which significantly help build, strengthen or enhance Bay of Plenty Communities. Projects and organisations should help achieve the Trust's Strategic Outcome areas including: Active Communities, Healthy Communities, Education, Cultural Heritage, Community Economic Development. A high priority for funding is directed towards organisations or projects addressing identified areas of need in a community; Organisations with significant volunteer (unpaid) assistance; Important projects where BayTrust funding may act as a lever in attracting additional funding.
This programme will support schools and not-for-profit groups who are addressing both social and environmental issues in their community and inspiring change for future generations. Canon are offering eight grants worth of Canon equipment in-kind across Australia and New Zealand. Visit www.canon.co.nz for more information.
Creative NZ Fund across a range of different activities within the arts. These are activities that will deliver results that will achieve the long term goals of Creative New Zealand.
Creative Communities Arts Funding Scheme
This scheme is for Arts based initiatives and programmes. Visit www.creativenz.govt.nz
Individuals, community and welfare groups can apply for a range of funding which is managed by the Department of Internal Affairs Local Government and Community Branch.
BOP Regional Council's environment enhancement fund provides seed funding for community-based environment projects in the Bay of Plenty. Applications open on July 1st each year.
First Sovereign Trust is licenced by the Department of Internal Affairs to operate gaming machines in NZ. The money raised from the operation of gaming machines is distributed by way of grants.
Its aim is to help build a bright future for New Zealand's young people by supporting new initiatives in education that have the potential to positively impact on large numbers of young New Zealanders.
Funds are available for any charitable, philanthropic, cultural or sporting purpose that provides a benefit to the local community.
The purpose of the Frozen Funds Charitable Trust is to provide grants for projects run by, and for, people who use mental health or intellectual disability services.
Grassroots is a charitable gaming machine trust. The Trust primarily fosters the amateur game of rugby union within NZ. It also has a mandate to support other amateur sport and organisations benefiting local communities.
the iSport Foundation focuses on youth and sport, an area our Founders are passionate about. We fund youth sports teams and individuals between 12 and 18 years, both able and disabled, to be the best they can be, no matter their circumstances.
Jetstar’s Flying Start Programme invites community groups and organisations across New Zealand to apply for a grant to fund a project that will enrich the lives of people in their local community.
Established in 1940, the JR McKenzie trust has a 70-year history of helping to build stronger communities. The trust funds organisations in Aotearoa New Zealand and focuss on disadvantaged children and their families as well as Maori development.
Legacy Trust is a registered charitable trust and the owner of Legacy Funerals Tauranga and other funeral business interests. The Trust is responsible for the management of the business operations and the annual distribution of all profits from the business for the good of the local community.
The Lion Foundation’s purpose is to help good causes all around New Zealand. As a Charitable Trust, we grant millions of dollars every year to a huge range of clubs, charities and community groups from large to small, in areas as diverse as health, education, sports, arts and culture.
A national Community Organisations Grants Scheme. A range of grants and fellowships are available to support local initiatives and community services.
The Ministry of Youth Development spends around $8.253 million a year on a wide range of Youth Development opportunities. They provide funding for community-based services to support young people, aged 12 to 24, to develop and use knowledge, skills and experiences to participate confidently in their communities.
The New Horizons for Women Trust supports second-chance education and training, research on issues affecting women and initiatives that promote peace.
Kiwi’s love their sport, the NZCT loves to help them enjoy & participate in their sporting passions, NZCT is excited about the difference it makes to sporting organizations across the country, whether it’s a school group or adult team, a national sports body or elite competitor, the NZCT helps New Zealander’s of all ages & abilities to take part in sport. 80% amateur sport funded.
Funding is available to encourage active participation in New Zealand Amateur sports.
The Oxford Charitable Sports club distributes funds within NZ for the promotion of amateur sport.
Perpetual Guardian manages the largest number of registered Charitable Trusts in New Zealand. They administer over 550 Charitable Trusts on behalf of the generous legacies of their clients. In 2016, this translated to approximately $30 million invested in the community through grants and scholarships.
The focus is on supporting communities all over NZ. We make a huge difference to a wide range of local causes each year by returning millions of dollars in gaming machine proceeds to NZ communities.
The Rotary Club of Tauranga continues its strong tradition of community service.
Southern Stars is a Charitable Trust that is dedicated to providing a better life for special needs and disadvantaged children in New Zealand.
Sport New Zealand is dedicated to getting New Zealanders enjoying and excelling through sport and recreation. They focus on providing opportunities for New Zealanders to participate in recreation every day and getting more New Zealanders winning on the world stage.
The Sutherland Self Help Trust provides grants to community organisations throughout New Zealand. Its current policy specifies the areas of interest for each year. In 2017 their purpose is to supoprt people with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Grants are targeted to the Natural Environment, Arts and Culture, education, employment skills. They have three funding rounds per year: 31 March, 30 June, 30 September. Visit www.mazdafoundation.org.nz
Funds are available to support amateur Rugby and other sports teams.
The Southern Trust is always open for applications to benefit the community. We do not have any cut off dates. In most cases, applications are processed within 20 working days. Requests larger than $30,000 are reviewed at the next available monthly Board of Trustees meeting. Open to applicants in Tauranga City.
The trust provides a range of support for children with physical disabilities. They also actively collaborate with a range of Health, Education and community organisations that provide services for children with disabilities.
Tauranga City Council is committed to supporting innovative and resilient communities through its Community Development Match Fund, and to fostering our vibrant events environment through two events funds – the Community Events Fund and the Major Events Fund.
The Community Development Match Fund helps groups deliver neighbourhood projects that help build strong, innovative and vibrant communities. Small Match Fund Grants of up to $1000 can be applied for at any time, and Medium Match Fund grants (up to $10,000) are considered twice per year. Visit: http://www.tauranga.govt.nz/our-communities/community-development-match-fund.aspx for more information.
The Community and Major Events Funds support amazing community events that connect the community, celebrate diversity and make the most of our local surroundings. Visit:http://www.tauranga.govt.nz/eventfund/About.aspx for more information.
TECT, in partnership with the Tauranga City Council, have contributed funding to major amenities for the greater Tauranga region including the Action Centres, Baywave TECT Aquatic & Leisure Centre and the ASB Arena.
The Tindall Foundation is a philanthropic family trust established in 1995 by Stephen and Margaret Tindall. Our guiding philosophy is to give a 'hand up' to New Zealanders in need. Families, social service, environment, third sector funding.
We are a National Charitable Trust distributing funds to the community of New Zealand from the proceeds of gaming machines operated in Licensing Trusts, private hotels, TABs and some sports clubs around NZ. The Foundation support a broad cross section of non-profit community groups, charities, welfare agencies and educational organisations as well as many amateur sporting clubs and the Racing Industry.
The Todd Foundation is a private family philanthropy based in Wellington New Zealand. We provide funding to organisations that contribute towards our vision of New Zealand Aotearoa as a place where "everyone is able to contribute to the best of their ability in a society that values and nurtures young people, encourages endeavour and recognizes our cultural diversity".
The Trillian Trust was first licensed to operate gaming machines in 1999. Trilllian Trust is a boutique gaming machine operator, specializing in great service to both its venue operators and the community. Trillian provides grants to many groups and organisations throughout the country, with a particular focus on children, youth and lifesaving.
The main aim of the fund is to offer support to organisations and individuals with an activity or project that fits with Council’s long term plan and that benefits the residents and ratepayers of the Western Bay of Plenty District Council. Priority will be given to specific community based projects and community groups or individuals who are planning such projects. TECT, in partnership with the Western Bay of Plenty District Council, contributed funding to the Katikati Action Centre and TECT All Terrain Park.