General Grant Recipients 2018

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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
Common Unity Project Aotearoa* Project Co-ordinator’s salary and Epuni local leadership development $75,000
Glen Innes Family Centre* Resourcing Tamaki Parents, partnering to grow great brains $94,000
Good Seed Trust* Family Coaching – Building a Village $91,200
Restorative Practices Aotearoa Incorporated* Project on Child Centred Restorative Practices $80,000
Waka Whakamua Charitable Trust* Whanau and youth development and community collaboration $100,000
Whakatū Te Korowai Manaakitanga Trust* Hei Whakatipuranga – Towards the Next Generation $44,440
 Goal 2: Assistance for children and families to participate actively in learning, particularly in the early years
Porirua Foundation* Co-ordinator’s salary for Shine Literacy Project (Phase 2) $78,890
Storytime Foundation* Books for Babies – First 1000 days $75,000
 Goal 3:  Help young people to develop their potential and contribute fully in the community
Billy Graham Youth Foundation* Development and Growth of Best Practice Model for Sustainability $92,500
Brothers in Arms* New part-time ‘rangatahi and whanau support’ role $25,000
Inspiring Stories* Youth development in rural and provincial New Zealand $50,000
Māoriland Charitable Trust* Mentoring Māori youth in digital knowledge sharing $30,000
Migrant Action Trust* Puketapapa Community Driving School – A Social Community Enterprise $50,000
Partners Porirua* Porirua Youth 2 Work Movement – supporting activities $70,000
The Refugee Orientation Centre* Girls2Girls Connection $50,000
Te Korowai Aroha o Aotearoa* Maui Tikitiki a Taranga – Rangatahi Leadership Development Strategy $80,000
Vaka Tautua* Choice1 – Youth Mentoring and Development Programme $99,986

 

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