Grant Opportunities

Southern Trust Grant Program 2020 – New Zealand

Southern Trust Grant Program 2020 – New Zealand


Deadline: Ongoing

Applications are now open for the Southern Trust grant program 2020 to provide funding to a diverse range of organisations and communities right across the country including amateur sport, education, community purposes, welfare organisations, arts and culture. Most families within New Zealand have received some benefit, either directly or indirectly, from gaming machine proceeds through funding.

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Areas

Sports
The Trust supports the outcome of more kids, young people and adults engaging in sport and recreation that has ongoing benefits to the physical and mental well-being of people. They will provide assistance to sporting organisations to improve capability, to become more sustainable and to ensure that the experience of participants is a positive one encouraging lifelong activity.
Community
The Trust invests in community initiatives that support the vulnerable in society. Initiatives like the Kootuitui ki Papakura Trust programme that weaves together education, health and homes supporting whanau and schools to enable better life outcomes for tamariki. The funding for this groundbreaking programme was channelled through the Middlemore Foundation.
Health
The Otago Medical Research Foundation exists for the furtherance of medical research in Otago. It funds first-rate research, equipment and facilities for the scientists, students, practitioners and lecturers based in Otago. This leading research positively influences the lives of millions of people.
Education and Youth
The Southern Trust believes the wider community gets great outcomes if appropriate investment is made in young people. It funds a wide range of educational causes from kindergartens right through to tertiary level. Funding is used to enable children to have educational experiences outside the classroom, be exposed to new technology, have fun in up to date and safe playgrounds and be in a warm and pleasant environment that promotes learning.
Arts
The Southern Trust encourages and supports the Arts across the country. They fund iconic organisations like NZ Ballet, NZ Opera and the NZ Symphony orchestra, in particular when these organisations are bringing their performances to regional New Zealand so the experience is accessible to as many people as possible.
A wide variety of locally produced art festivals and performances are also supported by the Trust as well as assisting with the maintenance and upkeep of existing performance spaces.
Eligibility Criteria

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To be eligible for funding you need to be a non-profit organisation. You can be active in the areas of community, education, arts and culture or amateur sport.
An incorporated society, association or organisation, which is not carried on for the purpose of providing profits or gains to any member or shareholder, and whose governing rules or constitution restrict any distribution of funds to any member or shareholder.
A not-for-profit educational institution or body, church or church administration organisation.
If you are a small unincorporated organisation which benefits the community and has been operating under a constitution or set of rules, for at least 12 months, please contact us to discuss options for applying under an umbrella organisation. Your organisation would need to have its own bank account, and financial statements.
For more information, visit https://www.tst.org.nz/funding/

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