PUBLIC NOTICE - Grant Allocation Schedules
Released Thursday 11 May 2023
Twice a year, Council administers the Community Development Grants and, on behalf of Creative New Zealand - the Creative Communities Scheme. The respective Allocation Committees met Tuesday 18 April 2023 to decide which applicants were to receive project funding. Below is the list of organisations who applied for funding in 2022/2023 Funding Round 2.
Creative Communities Scheme - There was $16,642.10 to allocate this round. Of the eight applications received, two were ineligible, and six were considered for allocation by the Committee. Unfortunately, one application was unsuccessful in receiving funding.
Creative Communities Scheme – 2022/2023 FR2
Total Cost of Project
Description of Project
David Henry School PTA
Creation of a Safe Space / David Henry Art Exhibition
Little Green Man Production
Exciting, original, glow-in-the-dark, giant scale puppet show during school term 2, engaging, ‘’edutaining’’ and uplifting for tamariki aged 0-7 years old.
South Waikato Arts Trust
Arts on Tour Productions 2023
Art has no disadvantages - to support and teach individuals journey towards growth in the arts.
Toi Tatou Va
Collaborate with other artists in the region to celebrate and explore Māori new year with an arts exhibition Matariki
Ko wai au: creating a space to encourage connectivity - 4 wall murals.
The Grant Allocation Committee for the Community Development Grant had $50,084.93 for allocation in this round. Seventeen applications were received and considered for allocation by the Committee. One applicant withdrew their application. Unfortunately, five applicants were unsuccessful in receiving funding.
Community Development Grants 2022/2023 FR2
TOTAL COST OF PROJECT
Description of Project
Central North Island Kindergarten Trust trading as Central Kids Early Education
To help us fund the upgrade of our aged and inefficient procedures and processes and to help us go paper free. Our project is a huge step in progressing the sustainability goals for our organisation
FASD-CAN Conference 2023
Wage support - we have recently employed a Manager for 10 hours per week. This has provided the resource for minimal operational management.
Delivery costs of Kiwi Can Programme at Tokoroa Central School, Tainui Full Primary and Bishop Edward Gaines Catholic School.
Halo Charitable Trust
Operation costs. Support to hire a forklift.
Overhead costs (storage, travel, power, rent)
Putaruru Baptist Trust
Attending National Hui/T-shirts & Hoodies/Co-operative games
Putaruru Friendship Club
The Friendship club is seeking a grant so that it is then able to organise and subsidise out of town trips or events for club members to participate in and enhance the health and well-being.
South Waikato Cricket Association
For the maintenance, repair and remodelling of the ladies’ toilets to allow for wheelchair access
Te Rau Awhina Tokoroa Womens Refuge
Te Tamawai Trust
Subsidising 4 classes for Taku Wairua Kura Program in Tokoroa for Schools who want it but can't afford it.
Tirau Tennis Club
New lighting for 3 courts
Tokoroa Community Food Bank
Tokoroa Craft Barn
Operational costs - to help pay our rent for the year to help keep the shop open.
Tokoroa Kart Club
An ambulance and medic to attend our Top Half Summer
Tokoroa Track and Field: Tokoroa Blades
The renovations and build of a useable toilet block in the Tokoroa Athletic Clubrooms.
United Community Centre
Overheads, operational costs, Volunteer expenses, Rent. Power, insurance, Facilitators expenses, printing, repairs