Recipients

WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Fund recipients complete a brief report upon completion of their initiative – access our online Grantee Report Form here.   

Funding Round Grants: November, 2018

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“NZSSC/Choirs Aotearoa NZ Merger” – granted $30,000.00 to complete a merger between Choirs Aotearoa NZ Trust and the NZ Secondary Students' Choir.
  • Choirs Aotearoa New Zealand Trust

  • New Zealand Secondary Students’ Choir
“Men's Centres National Network” – granted $3,600.00 to bring partnering organisations together and determine if the necessary ingredients exist to move a collaborative initiative to another stage.
  • Te Whare Tane Charitable Trust

  • Dunedin Men's Support Working Group

  • The Phoenix Community Trust

  • Presbyterian Support East Coast - Tauawhi Men's Centre
“The Sector Voice” – granted $14,700.00 to hold a facilitated workshop with key 'for social profit' representatives to consider how a collective voice might be formed to benefit the wider sector.
  • Child Cancer Foundation

  • Auckland Medical Research Foundation

  • Cerebral Palsy Society

  • New Zealand Leadership Institute
“Community co-design of solutions to common issues” – granted $20,000.00 to collaborate with community social work service providers in the Wairarapa to consider a collective response to service gaps, quality and delivery.
  • Community Networks Wairarapa Incorporated

  • ChangeAbility

  • Open Home Foundation, Masterton

  • Rangitane
“Te Reo Kotahi” – granted $25,000.00 to progress the next stage of a merger between Enrich + and the McKenzie Centre.
  • Enrich+

  • McKenzie Centre
"Stages of Dad" – granted $6,000.00 to secure an external consultant to engage groups who support men and fathers with the intention of uniting to increase service coverage for all the "Stages of Dad".
  • Kidz Need Dadz Charitable Trust New Zealand (Incorporated)

  • Father & Child Trust
“Resettled Hub Feasibility Study” – granted $15,600.00 to commission a feasibility study to explore a cost/benefit analysis of a shared service location.
  • ARMS Trust

  • Auckland resettled Community Coalition (ARCC)

  • Refugees as Survivors New Zealand (RASNZ)
“Allied Potential Group” – granted $10,434.00 to engage a consultant for the next stage of a merger that will see the various policies and procedures aligned.
  • Turning Point Trust

  • LINC Services Trust

  • Vincent House Recovery Trust

  • Grief Support Services

  • Family Link
“Virtual Youth Team Project” – granted $14,900.00 to develop and embed effective work practices between organisations which serve young people in Rotorua to consequently maximise a collective impact.
  • Rotorua Community Youth Centre Trust

  • Te Waiariki Purea Trust

  • Rotorua Working Together Forum
“Birthright building deeper learning and collaboration” – granted $20,000.00 to host a Hui aimed at developing a culture of collaboration and connectedness among affiliated Birthright organisations despite geographic distance.
  • Birthright New Zealand

  • 11 Birthright Affiliate organisations