Recipients

WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

Download the full list of WTMF grants made since 2009

Fund recipients complete a brief report upon completion of their initiative – download the Grantee Report Template here (Microsoft Word).  

Funding Round Grants: March, 2018

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“Women’s AOD Residential Reintegration Programme” – granted $14,100.00 to pilot a Women’s Therapeutic Community to help with reintegration.
  • Odyssey House Trust Christchurch

  • Pathway Trust
“Effective family violence intervention for families” – granted $12,000.00 to develop a case management model of intervention to support collaboration between SVS – Living Safe and Motueka Women’s Support Link.
  • SVS-Living Safe

  • Motueka Women's Support Link
“Village Project” – granted $10,000.00 to develop a framework for the Village Project by deepening the shared understanding of each participating organisation.
  • Pahiatua Community Services Trust

  • Pahiatua Help-n-Hand
“Building connections: contributing towards a good life” – granted $20,000.00 to build relationships to explore, implement and test a range of activities that will increase the connection, contribution and wellbeing of older people.
  • Wesley Community Action

  • Hutt Timebank

  • Brothers and Sisters Collective
“Developing a working relationship with YES and Children's Autism Foundation” – granted $17,600.00 to support the process of investigating a possible merger.
  • Children'sAutism Foundation

  • Yes Disability Resource Centre
“Plastic Free Kaitaia 2020” – granted $10,040.00 to proceed with the Plastic Free Kaitaia 2020 initiative.
  • Te Pokapu Tiaki Taiao O Te Tai Tokerau (Far North Environment Centre)

  • CBEC Eco Solutions

  • Parakore

  • Papa Taiao Earthcare

  • Cash for Containers/The Kiwi Bottle Drive

  • Kamp Kaitiaki
“Community Collaborative Outreach” – granted $8,000.00 to map the specialised areas which partner organisations work in, and collaborate in delivering workshops that expand the current reach of each organisation.
  • Yes Disability Resource Centre

  • Independent Living Services

  • Disability Connect (Parent and Family Resource Centre)
“Te Ara Auaha: the Alliance for Creative Wellbeing Innovation” – granted $13,076.00 to establish Te Ara Auaha: the Alliance for Creative Wellbeing Innovation.
  • Arts Access Aotearoa

  • Changing Minds

  • CAN (Creative Access Network)

  • University of Auckland

  • Whitecliffe College of Art and Design

  • Waitemata DHB (Marinoto North)

  • Mental Health Foundation
“North-West Wildlink Partnership Group” – granted $5,000.00 to cover the cost of the reviewing a strategic plan.
  • Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Inc.

  • Queen Elizabeth II National Trust

  • Department of Conservation

  • Auckland Council

  • EcoMatters Environment Trust

  • Gecko NZ Trust

  • Kaipatiki Project