WTMF grant recipients from the latest funding round.

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Funding Round Grants: December, 2017

Name of initiative & grantMain contract holder (blue) and partner groups
“After Hours Support for At Risk Youth” – granted $6,400.00 to implement a new process connecting a Case Management system with Otago Youth Wellness Trust to enhance the flow of client information.
  • Youthline Otago Incorporated

  • Otago Youth Wellness Trust
“Merger of the 3 Age Concerns’” – granted $11,440.00 to further progress an agreed merger of three Age Concern branches in Auckland.
  • Age Concern Auckland (ACAK) Incorporated

  • Age Concern Counties Manukau (ACCM)

  • Age Concern North Shore (ACNS)
“One SPCA: Financial System Integration” – granted $20,000.00 to adapt an existing financial system so it can be integrated nationwide for use in all SPCA's.

  • 46 SPCA centres
“Anglican Family Care & Catholic Social Services Partnership” – granted $20,000.00 to undertake further feasibility analysis of the AFC and CCS partnership and develop revised organisational and governance structures.
  • Anglican Family Care

  • Dunedin Catholic Social Services
“Bay Conservation Alliance (BCA)” – granted $15,000.00 to pursue an objective of becoming an umbrella group to support other conservation groups with education and support so as to collectively enhance nature outcomes at a local and national level.
  • Bay Conservation Incorporated

  • Maketu Ongatoro Wetland Society Inc

  • Otanewainuku Kiwi Trust

  • Aongatete Forest Restoration Trust

  • Uretara Estuary Managers Inc
“Nectar” – granted $10,000.00 to progress with a pilot aimed at enhancing transport options for those over 65 and for this with disabilities in the Nelson region.
  • Age Concern Nelson Tasman

  • Volunteer Nelson
“Resilient Communities” – granted $4,600.00 to work together to refine and deliver services to extend the support provided to ethnic communities - specifically in the areas of conflict-resolution and communication.
  • Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust

  • Victory Community Centre

  • Victory Square Kindergarten

  • Victory Adult ESOL
“Creating the best possible and sustainable YWCA for the benefit of future generations” – granted $18,000.00 to assist with exploring an amalgamation of all YWCA member associations.
  • Young Women's Christian Association of Aotearoa-New Zealand Incorporated

  • Auckland Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Incorporated

  • Young Women's Christian Association of Hamilton Incorporated

  • Young Women's Christian Association of Whangarei Incorporated

  • Young Womens Christian Association Christchurch Incorporated

  • Young Womens Christian Association of Dunedin Incorporated
“PROUD” – granted $10,000.00 to assist with the PROUD initiative aimed at helping the community with food and firewood while teaching prisoners transferrable skills and qualifications.
  • Common Unity Project Aotearoa

  • Department of Corrections

  • Woods Waste

  • Hutt City Council

  • Beeple Honey Collective

  • Urban Kai Network
“Tō Tātou Hapori” – granted $15,000.00 to pursue a partnership that will help develop resilience and capability in young people.
  • Whanake Youth

  • Tahunanui Community Centre

  • Volunteer Nelson

  • YMCA Nelson

  • Q-Youth

  • Youth and Community Works