Te Puawaitanga – Green Communities Together funding opens on 1 July 2020. A total of $200,000 is available for distribution and grants may range from $500 to over $5,000.
Te Puawaitanga refers to a flourishing community. The Te Puawaitanga – Green Communities Together Fund is looking for fresh, simple ideas that help Napier environments flourish.
This is not a contestable fund, which means applications will be assessed as they are received until the Fund is fully allocated or within 12-months, whichever comes first.
Projects that emphasise one or more of the following, are encouraged:
Applications are encouraged from formal and informal groups in Napier neighbourhoods and communities. Projects must be undertaken in Napier.
Successful applications will reflect the following factors:
Applications are invited using the online Expression of Interest form. Shortlisted groups will be invited to work with Council staff to develop their project plan in order to receive funding
All applications must be completed online, however you can download the PDF application form to see what’s required.
Recipients are required to provide a report about their project (using the report form provided with the approval letter) within one month of the project’s finish date.
Any funds that are not spent for the approved purpose, must be returned to Council.
All decisions are final and are not subject to review.
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The following organisations received funding.
|Organisation Name:||Project Description:||Funding Approved (GST excl):|
|Hawke's Bay Bird and Wildlife Rescue Trust||Upgrade rehab facility - installation of running water and lino||$5,296.07|
|Napier Central School||Plant reserve between Ormond Road and Guys Hill Road||$2,000.00|
|TNA Crew||Mural at Allen Berry Reserve Playground||$8,500.00|
|Wairua Bay Regeneration Project||Planting and regeneration of leased Department of Conservation land||$5,300.00|
|Taradale High School Community Garden Social Club||Small community garden in Taradale||$4670.00|
|Greenmeadows Rotary Club||Native tree planting programme to enhance Dolbel reserve||$1,350.00|
|Te Wai Mauri Environmental Trust||Equipment for planting projects around Ahuriri||$4,910.00|
|Tu Tangata Maraenui Trust||"Spring clean" for Maraenui residents||$3,897.80|
|Wharerangi Kindergarten||Revive Essex Street PLayground and Reserv with planting, seats and a mural||$4,782.61|
|Esk Hill Residents Society Incorporated||Assist in continuing their planting program at Bay View||$8,000.00|
|St Augustines Scout Group||Scout Hall mural and planting||$5,913.04|
|Westshore School & Community||Develop a small community based garden at Westshore School||$2,965.22|
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