General Grant Recipients 2016

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* denotes multi-year grant

Organisation Project Amount
 Goal 1: Support families and communities to provide safe and nurturing environments for children
Barnardos New Zealand* Te Korowai Mokopuna Family Centres $100,000
Catholic Social Services Pacific Living without Violence program – Phase 2 $97,497
Christchurch Methodist Mission The Wellbeing New Brighton Project $62,500
Catholic Social Services Pacific Living without Violence program – Phase 2 $97,497
Family Safety Services* Totoro: A volunteer outreach service $10,648
Homes of Hope Charitable Trust Operational costs $83,280
Life to the Max* Programme funding for better life outcomes for children/families $30,000
Father and Child Trust Support and information for fathers, families and community $60,000
National Collective of Rape Crisis Aotearoa* Strengthening wahine Maori focus and leadership $15,000
Presbyterian Support Central* Establishing a “children’s voice” within Family Dispute Resolution $30,000
RAW 2014 Limited RAW incubator model capacity for growth project $50,000
Red Cross November 14 Earthquake Appeal $50,000
Rongopai House Charitable Trust* Operational Costs, Wages and Supplies for Family Pathways $50,000
SPACE NZ* Transformative change: the future of parent support in NZ $68,694
St John of God Hauora Trust* HOPE Social Housing Project $81,620
Tamaki Community Development Trust Family Work funding $25,000
Te Mauri Tau Inc Kia rau maurioho te tuku aroha ki te ao $90,000
Te Waipuna Puawai* Heart Movement Coordinator Role $80,000
Te Whakaora Tangata* Salary for a Whānau Coach, working with high-risk fathers $39,325
Wai Ora Christian Community Trust Manaaki Tama Tautoko programme $15,600
Te Tuinga Whānau Support Services* Contribution towards operational costs $80,000
Wellstop* Prevention of Sexual abuse through community education and a pilot programme $92,400
 Goal 2: Assistance for children and families to participate actively in learning, particularly in the early years
Greater Christchurch Schools Network Bridging the digital divide: Whānau engagement in children’s learning $50,000
I Have a Dream* The Ngātahi Education Initiative $100,000
NZ Ethnic Employment Education & Youth Development* Bridging Education Programme for Vulnerable Refugee Children and Youth $57,400
NZ Ethnic Womens Trust* Incredible year’s playgroup and parenting project $46,266
NZ Nejashi Trust Homework Centre programme for Ethiopian and Eritrean children $40,945
Storytime Foundation* Books for Babies – First 1000 days $78,000
Taitokerau Education Trust* Working Together For Whanau Change $85,000
Whanganui Learning Centre* Working Together For Whanau Change $70,000
 Goal 3:  Help young people to develop their potential and contribute fully in the community
Anglican Action – Centre fo Social Justice* Coordinator to develop and facilitate “Journey into Manhood” project $60,000
Be. Accessible Continue to employ the Accessibility Advisor $50,000
Canterbury Youth Workers Collective Strengthening the Youth Sector Project $25,000
Challenge 2000* Transition to Independence Programme Coordinator $70,000
Community Business & Environment Centre* Grow Northland (Riparian tree planting employment project) $40,000
Dingwall Trust Proposal for an independent organization for children in care $26,000
Evolve Youth Service Meeting the growing needs of vulnerable young people $69,663
Hikurangi Takiwa Trust* Te Ataahua te Nohotahi $40,000
Intersex Trust Aotearoa NZ Trust* Intersex Youth Aotearoa Project Coordinator $30,000
Key to Life Charitable Trust Community Korero. Let’s talk about it. $100,000
Kites Trust* Youth supporting youth for better mental wellbeing $47,400
Lifewise Trust Youth Transition programme – Preventing youth homelessness $68,000
Mental Health Advocacy and Peer Support Trust* Peer Programme to improve mental wellbeing for Young Adults $60,000
NZ African Welfare Trust* Mentoring and cross cultural worker for African Youth $31,575
Community Business & Environment Centre* Grow Northland (Riparian tree planting employment project) $40,000
Community Business & Environment Centre* Grow Northland (Riparian tree planting employment project) $40,000
RainbowYOUTH Support Manager salary and costs (contribution) $30,000
Sistema New Zealand* Salaries for Programme Leaders of Sistema New Zealand $40,000
Te Karanga Charitable Trust Positive Pathways $41,500
Te Manawa Services* Youth & Parenting Programme and Child Advocacy Service $40,000
 Te Lumanaki Charitable Trust*  Operational & Salaries Costs  $42,030
Te Rakau Trust* Engaging rangatahi and whānau through community based theatre (Theatre Marae) $49,614
Te Taitimu Trust* Nurturing the Hearts and Minds of Rangatahi Leaders $40,000
The UMMA Trust Youth Mentoring Pilot Project $39,600
Tongan Youth Trust* Operational costs of supporting Tongan Youth $60,000
Yes Disability Resource Centre* Carabiner Mentoring Programme Christchurch $30,000
Zeal Education Trust* Henderson Youth Host project $50,000
Working Together More Fund* Supporting collaboration in communities $75,000

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