United Way New Zealand inviting Proposals for Community Grants Program
The United Way New Zealand is inviting proposals for the Community Grants Program.
At United Way New Zealand, they know frontline charities and not-for-profit organisations work hard to build healthy and resilient communities. That’s why they are passionate about empowering all New Zealanders to support charities and not-for-profits within their communities.
Early Years Support;
Accommodation / Housing;
Refugee, Migrant and Cross-Cultural Communities;
Skill Development / Training / Financial Literacy.
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Charities Services registered and/or Incorporated Society;
Have been in operation for a minimum of two years;
Audited/reviewed annual accounts;
Pre-printed bank deposit slip;
Performance report for the previous financial year.
Meeting the highest priority community needs;
Achieving a high level of positive change through measured outcomes;
Encouraging a high level of volunteer involvement;
Promoting independence and self-sufficiency;
If applicable, have completed prior year reporting requirements.
Applications will be considered for project costs and operating expenses including rent, utilities, salaries/wages. If your organisation has received a United Way grant for the last three consecutive years you may not be eligible in 2020/2021.
United Way New Zealand funds small to medium, community-based charities without large marketing or fundraising resources inhouse, providing direct services to whanau and individuals.
Over 160 organisations and individuals have contributed to this year’s Community Grant.
In this funding round they invite organisations to apply from the following regions: Manawatu, Whanganui, Canterbury, South Canterbury, Otago and Southland.
Schools, core early childhood education programmes, Government agencies, arts organisations, sports organisations, animal charities, fixed assets or purchases over $3,000, capital projects, sports equipment, overseas travel, medical treatment or individuals.
For more information, visit https://www.unitedway.org.nz/community_grants