Change Funding 2021

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* denotes multi-year funding

Fairer Futures for Children and Whānau
Manaaki Rangatahi (fundholder Lifewise) *  $300,000 (2 years of 3)
Te Papawhakaritorito *  $350,000 (2 years of 3)
E Tipu E Rea *  $450,000 (3 years)
Tu Kotahi Maori Asthma Trust *  $300,000 (3 years)
Leadership in Community (LinC) Programme Puāwai and Rourou * $160,000 (3 years)
Pasifika Warriors Leadership initiative (Fundholder Ara Taiohi) $40,000
Tokona Te Raki $40,000
Development West Coast $57,400
Te Matapihi * $260,000 (2 years of 5)
VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai * $300,000 (3 years)
Papakura Marae * $122,000 (1 year of 3)
Wesley Community Action * $130,000 (1 year of 3)
Digital Equity Coalition Aotearoa * $100,000 (1 year of 2)

Our Fairer Futures for children and whānau change programme supports community-led action to shift the social and economic conditions contributing to poverty and inequality in Aotearoa New Zealand and to enhance opportunities for children and whānau to reach their aspirations.

We provide support for national-level systems change initiatives as well as community and Māori-led solutions.

In addition to the groups listed above, we continue to support: Kore Hiakai (fundholder NZ Council of Christian Social Services); Youth Employability Aotearoa (fundholder COMET), Te Pai Roa Tika o Te Tai Tokerau initiative, Hikurangi Enterprises; Tākiri Mai te Ata Trust and the Common Unity Project Aotearoa to support community-led innovation.

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