Funding and Grants
All Council funding and grant application forms are available online, from your local LibraryPlus centre, the Council Administration Building in Hāwera, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
|Community Funding and Grants||Status|
|Eltham-Kaponga Community Board Discretionary Fund||Next funding round closes Monday 30 March.|
|Pātea Community Board Discretionary Fund||Next funding round closes Monday 30 March.|
|Taranaki Coastal Community Board Discretionary Fund||Next funding round closes Monday 30 March.|
|Te Hāwera Community Board Discretionary Fund||Next funding round closes Monday 30 March.|
|Creative Communities Scheme||Next funding round closes Friday 27 March 2020 |
for projects 16 April 2020 - 16 April 2021.
|Sport New Zealand Rural Travel Fund||Next funding round closes Friday 20 March 2020, 4.30pm.|
|Tangata Whenua Liaison Fund||Next funding round closes Tuesday 31 March 2020, 4.30pm.|
Neighbourhood Match Fund
|Pātea Centennial Bursary||Next funding round opens in November 2020.|
|Warmer Homes Scheme||Always open.|
The Wheelhouse is a single point of contact for Taranaki trusts, clubs, societies and groups. Check out the website for the training calendar, funding support, resources and online toolkits for all types of community groups.
Generosity New Zealand is New Zealand's primary source of information about funding for voluntary organisations and contains over 1000 different funding schemes. It includes funding from the government, local authorities, statutory and philanthropic trusts, gaming trusts and some service organisations. Generosity is a searchable database.
There is usually a cost to register and use the site, however you can access it free of charge through the Wheelhouse website.
There are two ways to search Generosity Taranaki for potential sources of funding of your projects:
- Query Search: Answer the questions that are most relevant to your project. What region, what work you do and what type of support do you want.
- Keyword Search: Use the A-Z listing and enter the name of a grant, the name of an organisation or keyword.
Does your organisation live hand-to-mouth?
Are you constantly scrambling to find money for everyday operations?
Would you like your organisation to have a reliable income, but are not sure where to start?
If the above sounds like you, make sure you have a look at this guide developedspecifically for non-profit organisations. Giving practical ideas and handy hints to help you and your community group to put together a sustainable funding plan.
The Neighbourhood Match Fund is a fund set up by the TSB Community Trust in partnership with the South Taranaki District Council to help bring people together in their own neighbourhood. The fund provides a one off grant to groups of residents to deliver their own projects or events to improve their neighbourhood, leading to greater ownership of their surroundings and improved interactions and relationships between neighbours.
means the fund provides funding support to match the effort put in by the
neighbourhood i.e. split 50/50, the fund will cover up to 50% of the total
costs with the neighbourhood covering the remaining 50%. The neighbourhood’s
input may include voluntary time, resources or materials and may also include
other funding raised for the project or event by members of the specific