General Grant Recipients 2014

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* denotes multi-year grant

GOAL 1: Support families and communities to provide safe and nurturing environments for children  ………………………..
Asian Family Services (Problem Gambling Foundation) $42,000
Aviva*
Transforming and supporting the journey away from family violence
$57,690
CanCERN*
Canterbury Communities’ Earthquake Recovery Network: Operational Costs
$100,000
Family Start Manukau
Fathers for Families Programme
$59,750
Imagine Better*
Family Leadership Development for Community Whānau Hub – family advocate coordinator
$30,000
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Trust NZ
Cost of Chief Executive Officer
$55,000
MPHS Community Trust
Whanau Hub – family advocate coordinator
$63,310
Neonatal Trust NZ
Delivery of core services and change programme
$10,000
Ngā Hononga Marae
Supporting and empowering women to be culture change agentsr
$80,000
NZ Federation of Multicultural Councils Inc*
Developing a sustainable volunteering capacity in Ethnic/Refugee Communities
$80,000
St John of God Waipuna*
Support for young parents
$50,000
Tauawhi Men’s Centre*
The Tauawhi Men’s Centre coordinators salary
$60,000
Victory Community Health*
Extending the Hub
$30,000
Violence Free Waitakere
Cost of Chief Executive Officer
$60,000
GOAL 2: Help Children to be school ready by age five, and, after that, to participate actively in school life
ACHIEVE*
Contribution towards administrator wages
$12,000
Auckland Regional Migrant Services Trust*
Safari West Multicultural Playgroup Project
$72,210
Manurewa Parenting Hub Inc*
Contribution to managers salary and operating costs
$80,000
National Science Technology Road Show
2014 Curious Classrooms project
$55,300
New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education
A New Beginning: Building Partnerships- Delivering Synergies- Growing Success
$50,000
New Zealand Play Centre Federation*
Strategic change – creating a future for Playcentre
$70,000
ROC Trust
Girls2Girls Connection Project
$53,229
Te Mana O Kupe Trust
Salary support for digital enablement project
$96,000
GOAL 3: Help young people to develop their potential and contribute fully in the community
Auckland Women’s Centre Te Rōpū Wāhine o Tāmaki Makaurau*
Young Women’s Community Development Well-being Project
$49,895
BGI (Boys and Girls Institute)*
Youth work support for highly vulnerable young people
$50,000
Christchurch Migrants Centre Trust – Te Whare Ta Wahi
Migrant youth and adult sustainable leadership development
$40,200
Christchurch Youth Council*
Salaries for the Christchurch Youth Council’s Executive Facilitator
$45,000
Crossroads Youth with a Future*
Crossroads Youth Programme
$30,000
Deaf Aotearoa*
My Journeys Deaf Youth Course
$40,000
Genesis Youth Trust*
Pilot Mentoring Programme
$22,500
Get Smart Tauranga*
Street Help Van and Stoked Surf Therapy
$26,467
Interactionz
Whole of Life Planning and Sustainable Community Supports
$75,000
Lifewise
Preventing youth homelessness- transitioning young people to adulthoods
$79,000
Ngati Kahungunu ki Poneke Community Services Inc*
Ngā Tane Tu Kaha
$55,000
Pablos Art Studio Inc.*
“Filling the Gap” – School to Community Transition project’
$13,980
PHAB Association Auckland Inc*
PHAB Pasifika
$35,000
Q- Youth Incorporated
Safe spaces for Young People
$19.076
Rise Up Trust*
Salary for a capacity building programme administrator and youth worker wages
$51,000
Rising Foundation Trust
Programme Administrator and Youth Worker Wages
$70,720
Tamaiti Pasefika*
KEYS (Keeping Education Youth Support) Mentoring Programme
$50,000
Toi Ora*
Express Yourself Programme
$30,000
Tuia Charitable Trust*
Tuia Te Here Tangata: Threads together strands of people
$70,000
Wellington Sexual Abuse Network*
Sexual violence prevention programmes based on ‘Sex & Ethics’
$15,350
Western Community Centre*
Youth Development Worker
$62,000
Whanau Manaaki Kindergarten Association
Young men to be part of the YMen project
$80,000
Youth Inspire*
Two Youth Pathway Coordinators
$100,000
Youthline Auckland
Supporting young people into employment
$40,000
WORKING TOGETHER MORE FUND: Contribution to the joint fund created with the Tindall, JR McKenzie, and Wayne Francis Trusts and the Hugh Green Foundation to encourage collaboration $75,000

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