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Funds distributed to Kiwi communities so far this year
Regions of New Zealand that have received NZCT grants
Profit from pub gaming machines that is donated to charitable causes
Graeme Dingle Foundation Canterbury want to say a huge thank you to the New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) for your support! Thank you for being a part of making a difference in our young ones. Thank you for supporting us to do what we do every day in our Canterbury schools. It means a lot.
Thank you for your wonderful grant of $2,000. Your commitment to helping older people in our community is greatly appreciated and will make a significant difference to the older people we assist.
Wellington Hospitals Foundation was delighted to receive a grant from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) towards equipment for the two new therapeutic gyms in your new Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital. These gyms will be used by both the Child Development Service and the Paediatric Rehabilitation Service teams to provide therapy and rehabilitation for young patients aged from birth to 16 years.
The Hibiscus Coast Basketball Association wishes to thank New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) for their funding contribution for our super head coach Dan Bungard. Dan is passionate about junior basketball on the Hibiscus Coast and without his enthusiasm our players would not have the opportunities currently on offer. We are seeing huge growth in junior basketball in the region and our supporters and funders make this possible.
We formally acknowledge and thank NZCT for supporting the Te Puke Sports community grandstand project. We are incredibly pleased to inform you that your backing contributed significantly to the successful construction of one of the most modern and functional grandstands in the Bay of Plenty.
Thank you so much to New Zealand Community Trust for your grant. You are helping disabled people to access our therapy programme, our education programme, and our sport and recreation programme for riding.
Wellington Dragon Boaters will be speeding across the Harbour in five new boats thanks to a recent grant of $147,000 from NZCT.
NZCT has awarded the Hato Hone St John, a major grant of $400,000 for two new frontline ambulances for Selwyn and Christchurch
Players, Coaches and Staff alike can get on and concentrate on their game knowing the Netball Manawatu Centre has received a grant of $110,000 for salaries from NZCT. This will aid development