Funding & help for groups
The following is a list of organisations that fund and assist non-profit work in New Zealand. Look for those that match your organisation as this may increase your chances of success i.e if you are a ‘green’ project there are specific environmental grants available.
ADVICE & HELP
Information for groups and clubs wanting advice on Policy & Procedures, Contracts, Exit Interviews, Governance etc
BONUS: This site has a directory where you input what your need is and it finds what's appropriate!
COMMUNITY & GENERAL
This is a new fund aimed at making communities more 'food secure' Post-Covid-19. $32M nationwide.
The Mazda Foundation / Pub Charity/ Arts Grant / Wanaka Arts Charitable Trust)) NOTE: There is more detailed information on each of these below.
https://generosity.org.nz NOTE: there is a cost to use this site so log into your local library website and search via them as libraries hold a subscription and you can search the appropriate places to apply.
Lottery Grants Board: www.communitymatters.govt.nz/lottery-grants-board/
Next Foundation: http://www.nextfoundation.org.nz/applications
Len Reynolds Trust: http://www.lenreynoldstrust.co.nz/
Wayne Francis Charitable Trust: https://www.wfct.org.nz/
Public Trust: – https://www.publictrust.co.nz/grants/how-do-i-find-one
Todd Foundation: www.toddfoundation.org.nz
JR McKenzie Trust: http://jrmckenzie.org.nz
Hugh Green Foundation: www.hgg.co.nz
Working Together More Fund: www.workingtogether.org.nz
Transpower Community Care Fund ( $5000- $50000 Maori and Community environmental benefits)
1. Project - not $ limit ( Some like Colletts Corner have been $500000)
2. Equity - companies invest and offer shares
3. Lending - a loan
What you need to have...support in numbers - CROWD
2. Transparent information - COMMUNICATION 3. Great team - TEAM
1.CREATIVE COMMUNITIES SCHEME
This supports and encourages local communities to create and present diverse opportunities for accessing and participating in arts activities.
Under the scheme, 'the arts' are broadly defined as 'all forms of creative and interpretative expression'. This includes opportunities for creative participation in performance, music, visual arts, digital art, applied arts, arts education, literary workshops, digital storytelling, and many other activities.
To find out more about applying for funding and application deadlines for Creative Communities in Central Otago contact Judith Whyte (Central Otago District Council).
DDI 03 4400618
Fax 03 4400606
2.CENTRAL LAKES TRUST
Central Lakes Trust (CLT) is a charitable trust supporting our community, by granting funds for charitable purposes throughout the Central Lakes District. Annually, approximately $6 - 9 million is granted to community organisations throughout the Trust's funding region, which spans most of Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes.
To find our more about CLT click HERE
To find out what CLT generally fund click HERE
To find out what CLT generally don't fund click HERE
Central Lakes Trust
Phone: 0800 00 11 37
PO Box 138