Grant Opportunities

Community Support Grant Program – Round 4 (New Zealand)

Community Support Grant Program – Round 4 (New Zealand)


Deadline: 28-Feb-21

Horowhenua District Council is accepting applications for Community Support Grant Program to assist non-profit organizations in meeting criteria with projects, events, and costs associated with responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and support for community recovery.

Funding Information

Funding awarded will vary, but the average grant issued will be between $500.00 and $3,000.00 but with no cap.

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Criteria

Applications must clearly demonstrate a link to at least one or more of the following criteria:

Reduced social isolation and/or increased connectedness of people within the community.
Increased participation in communities and social connectedness through collaborating organizations and people working together to achieve a common purpose.
Improved health and general wellbeing of vulnerable sections of their community.
Local people, particularly those who are vulnerable, lonely or isolated, are able to access services and activities that meet their needs.
To support community groups with fixed operating costs that can demonstrate a loss of at least 30% of income, (compared to 2019), due to COVID 19.
To build organizational capacity to respond to increased demand for services and/or building future resilience.
Eligible Organizations

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Non-profit organizations formally constituted as an Incorporated Society or Charity (or whose parent body or project partner is formally constituted)
Located within the Horowhenua District, or providing a targeted project in Horowhenua
Providing a community service
Limited in ability to source funding or revenue Voluntary Groups that are not formally constituted may be eligible for small grants in certain circumstances, particularly if seeking funding to establish themselves as a Charity or Society.
For more information, visit https://www.horowhenua.govt.nz/Community/Grants-Funding/Council-Facilitated-Grants/Community-Support-Grant

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