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2017 Wellington Hospitality Group Sportsperson of the Year Awards - presented by Sport Wellington. Wednesday 14 June - TSB Bank Arena Congratulations to all of the 2017 finalists and winners!

20 years of Green Prescription! On Monday 19 June, Dr Jonathan Coleman - Minister of Health and Minister of Sport and Recreation along with representatives from the local DHB, PHOs, Sport New Zealand, Sport Wellington and the Ministry of Health celebrated the 20th anniversary of Green Prescription. More than 400,000 Green Prescriptions (GRx) have been given out over the last 20 years to help people get active and change their diets. Sport Wellington is proud to deliver this programme across the greater Wellington region in partnership with the region’s District Health Boards. We have been involved with GRx since 1998, and during this time we have supported a significant proportion of the 500,000 New Zealanders who have benefited from the programme, increasing their levels of physical activity and improving their nutrition.

Sport Wellington would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers in our community that contribute their time, skills and passion to sport and recreation. #NVW2017

RT @jcolemanmp: Sir Peter Snell delivered a message of support for Green Prescriptions filmed at the World Masters Games @NVWillis @SportN

Wellington Hospitality Group Supreme Sports Award 2017 - congratulations to the Hurricanes! #WHGSPOY

Wellington Sports Med Sportswoman of the Year - congratulations to Mary Fisher! #WHGSPOY

Black and Gold Sportsman of the Year - congratulations to Beauden Barrett! #WHGSPOY Hurricanes

Cigna New Zealand Disabled Sportsperson of the Year - congratulations to Mary Fisher! #WHGSPOY

New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) Coach of the Year - congratulations to Chris Boyd! #WHGSPOY Hurricanes

Hiremaster Event and Party Team of the Year - congratulations to the Hurricanes! #WHGSPOY

Congratulations to the Gibson Sheat Lawyers Sports Legends of Wellington 2017 inductees - Bryan Rose, Jeremy Coney and Jean Jarden.

Wellington City Council Emerging Sportswoman of the Year - congratulations to Tiana Metuarau! #WHGSPOY Central Pulse

GoMedia Emerging Sportsman of the Year - congratulations to Lewis Clareburt! #WHGSPOY

The Dominion Post Personality of the Year - congratulations to Damien Ekenasio! #WHGSPOY Wellington Saints

Vertia Club of the Year - congratulations to Red Star Cricket Club! #WHGSPOY

 

This information is specific to Wairarapa with the bulk of the information on the funding advice page.

Funds for the provision and support of community sport in the Wairarapa fall into three categories 1) Local Trusts, 2) Council development funds 3) Gaming trusts. It needs noting that specific areas are served by specific gaming trusts, as qualified by the presence of each trusts machines in that area.

The Sport New Zealand directory of potential funding sources is a great resource to search for different approaches to funding specific projects. 


1. Local trusts

EASTERN & CENTRAL COMMUNITY TRUST

The Eastern & Central Community Trust is an independent, charitable trust, and is open and accountable to it's community. The Trust regularly donates money to community groups within its area; donations amount to around $5 million per annum. The aim is to help these groups achieve the things they believe will make their communities a better place for all who live there. Donations are for charitable, cultural, philanthropic and recreational projects or services. If a community group identifies a special need and shows a commitment to helping itself, it will receive consideration.

ROBERT ALGIE MEMORIAL SPORTS TRUST INC

The Robert Algie Memorial Sports Trust Incorporated became established in 1990, two years after the talented young sportsman died. The Trust has as its goal the promotion and support of sporting activity for people under the age of 20 years in the Wairarapa Region.                       download application form here.

GREYTOWN TRUST LANDS

Greytown Trust Lands is a non-profit organisation governed by an Act of Parliament. The Trust has it's origins in the Small Farms Settlement Association, set up in 1853 to provide land either by sale or lease  to new residents to buy houses, but now manages and owns property on a commercial basis, with all profits being made available to the community. While most properties are situated in Greytown the trust owns property in other Wairarapa towns, Napier and Wanganui.
As from April 2015 there will be TWO major funding rounds - September & March. Applications will still be accepted on a monthly basis for urgent grants to be considered at the monthly Trust Board meetings. Please note it is at the Trustees discretion to determine what they consider to be a grant for holding over for the September and March rounds.  
For more information, eligibility criteria and online application form, please click here. Applications can also be picked up at the Greytown Trust Lands office, 124 Main St, Greytown.  

Masterton Trust Lands Trust (MTLT)

MTLT is a unique community-owned property trust that supports education, arts and culture, and community initiatives in Masterton.  Established in 1872 to own and manage surplus land not sold to Masterton’s working class settlers, MTLT owns a large portfolio of commercial land and buildings in the town.  Income from property rentals is returned to Masterton people in the form of grants for educational, cultural and community activities.  Grants are available to educational institutions, community organisations and individuals who live or operate within the MTLT district. Education is the main focus of the grants programme with assistance provided at early childhood, primary, intermediate, secondary and tertiary levels.  Other grants are provided for arts and culture and to non-profit community groups. Read more here  www.mtlt.org.nz


2. Council development funds

 

SOUTH WAIRARAPA DISTRICT COUNCILS - COMMUNITY BOARD GRANTS

The Community Boards consider grant applications at their 6-weekly meetings. The criteria for each board is slightly different but the maximum grant that can be applied for is the same at $500 per application. To view the SWDC grants page on their website click here

 

Applications will be considered at the next available community board meeting after submission.


3. Gaming trusts

PRIME COMMUNITY TRUST

If you are a non-profit, community based sports club, cultural group, charitable trust, incorporated society or similar organisation, that is based in the Wairarapa or benefits Wairarapa resident, you may qualify for funding. Click here to view the funding criteria.

TRUST HOUSE

Trust House are a community owned enterprise dedicated to returning support to their communities. Read more here 

Trust house Funder and Sponsor to Wairarapa Secondary School Sports Award 2015.  Read more here 


Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund for Junior Sports

Sports Clubs and schools are invited to apply for grants to subsidise travel costs to enable their junior teams aged 5-19 years to participate in local sport competitions.  Funding is not available for regional or national events or sports competitions undertaken in school time. Sports clubs or schools are required to apply to their respective Councils.

CARTERTON DISTRICT COUNCIL

 

Applications for the 2015/2016 Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund have now closedFor more information please contact Sandra Hayes on (06) 3794030 or email sandra.hayes@cdc.govt.nz

SOUTH WAIRARAPA DISTRICT COUNCIL

 

Applications for the 2015/2016 Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund have now closed. For more information please contact Suzanne Clark (06) 3069611 or email the grant administrator


Gaming Trusts in Wairarapa - as at November 2016

THE LION FOUNDATION is one of New Zealand's oldest and most respected Charitable Trusts. Since 1988 they have returned over $750 million back to the community, supporting thousands of good causes all around New Zealand. To find out more click here.

TRUST HOUSE is a community owned enterprise dedicated to returning support to our community. Every year they grant funding to hundreds of initiatives that make living in our communities more social, more interesting, healthier and safer. To find out more information click here.

PELORUS TRUST is a charitable trust based in Lower Hutt which raises funds for charitable, philanthropic and sporting purposes through the operation of gaming machines. To find out more information click here.

PRIME COMMUNITY TRUST is a charitable trust that was formed for the pimary purpose of promoting and developing amateur sport in South Wairarapa. To find out more information click here.

FIRST SOVEREIGN TRUST LIMITED is a holder of a Class 4 Operators licence. It was established in March 2011 with a primary focus to raise and distribute grants (net proceeds) to the racing industry and community throughout New Zealand. To find out more information click here.

INFINITY FOUNDATION provides funding across New Zealand to worthy community organisations with grants to sport, education, health, welfare and the arts. They do not fund individual sports people. For more information click here.

NEW ZEALAND RACING BOARD is a Class 4 Operator that mainly applies net proceeds for it's own Racing Authorised Purposes, either itself or through the codes (as defined in the Facing Act 2003). NZRB has determined that up to 20% of it's net proceeds shall be distributed to it's Sport's Authorised Purposes. To find out more information click here.

Sponsorship Guide -  click here

Funding Guide - click here


 

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