WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Funding Round Grants: August, 2017

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Collective Impact Co-design Workshops” – granted $22,640.00 to co-design the principles and goals to implement the vision of a collective impact model.
  • NZ Federation of Disability Information Centres Inc

  • Independent Living Services

  • Parent and Family Resource Centre Inc. trading as Disability Connect

  • Taranaki Disabilities Information Centre

  • Enable NZ
“Shirley Village” – granted $9,500.00 to complete a feasibility study aimed at identifying underlying social causes of issues within the Shirley community.
  • Shirley Community Trust

  • Te Puna Oraka
“Age Concern New Zealand Governance Hui” – granted $24,578.00 to host a face to face facilitated Hui to explore a series of agreed topics.
  • Age Concern New Zealand Inc

  • 35 local Age Concerns nationwide
“Incubate” – granted $22,000.00 to cover the costs of a facilitator to ensure the collaborative process-model is aligned with best practice.
  • Te Whangai Trust

  • The Grief Centre

  • Department of Internal Affairs

  • SENZ Training & Employment Centre

  • English Language Partners Auckland Central
“Youth Legal Services Aotearoa Co Design” – granted $8,250.00 to bring stakeholders together for co-design workshops to build an operational plan.
  • YouthLaw Aotearoa

  • YouthLine Auckland
“Merger Framework – options and path forward” – granted $10,000.00 to pursue the possibility of a merger between Asthma NZ and Asthma Auckland.

  • The Auckland Asthma Society Incorporated
“Thriving Otara Collaborative Impact (TOCI)” – granted $26,400.00 to host workshops aimed at sharing feedback on the actions taken from the Thriving Otara Collaborative Action Plan Initiative.
  • Otara Health Charitable Trust

  • Accelerating Aotearoa Inc

  • Otara Network Action Committee

  • The Roots Creative Entrepreneurs Limited

  • Mercury Energy Limited
“SOCIAL” – granted $18,800.00 to fund a collaboration aimed at sharing an under-utilised facility for Kelston Youth.
  • Community Waitakere Charitable Trust

  • Kelston Community Hub Inc

  • New Lynn Sea Scouts
“Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Taranaki (SVAT)” – granted $20,000.00 to establish a multi-agency collaborative response addressing situations where vulnerable adults living with disability are experiencing abuse and neglect.
  • Taranaki Community Law Trust

  • IDEA Services

  • Lifeskills Taranaki

  • Taranki Womens Refuge

  • Taranaki Safe Famlies Trust

  • NZ Police