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"A new kiln means that our pots can be fired promptly and efficiently, instead of waiting weeks to see results.
NZCT has awarded $25,000 to the Taranaki Outdoor Pursuits & Educational Centre (TOPEC) to secure the employment of a qualified lead instructor for 2023.
NZCT has granted King Country Rugby Football Union (KCRFU) $20,000 for a professional women's coaching salary.
NZCT has awarded a grant of $4,300 to the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra for a new contrabassoon case.
Tennis Canterbury members, players, and coaches alike were all thrilled to learn that NZCT had awarded $60,000 as salary support for Tennis Canterbury so that more people can play tennis.
The board, the school, students, and parents of Goldfields School in Paeroa were all thrilled to hear about the grant from NZCT of $14,303 for three interactive display panels.
Families and friends of diabetics will be able to attend Diabetes NZ’s Bay of Plenty Family Camp 2023 after NZCT awarded a grant of $10,000.
NZCT has awarded a major grant to the Tauranga City Council with $459,370 dedicated to building a new Skate Park.
Crew members of the Avon Rowing Club in Christchurch are celebrating a grant of $40,000 from NZCT for coaching and administrative costs.
Auckland Sport Climbing Club has received a grant of $10,000 for event coordination for four college series events in 2023.
NZCT has awarded a grant of $20,000 towards the refurbishment and modernisation of Wellington Coastguard’s operational base in Evans Bay Marina.
NZCT granted $40,630 to Tauranga City Council supporting the Water Skills for Life (WSFL) programme and transportation costs.
All weather and for all mobility types - portable hoops are coming to some of the schools in Wellington, thanks to NZCT and a grant of $133K
Participants in the South Island Pasifika & Sports Association (SIPSAI) were thrilled to learn that NZCT has awarded the organisation a grant of $9,381 for new playing kits.
“The giant paddle boards are so massive all my friends can paddle and do manus and snorkle!” Said one of the kids connecting with the Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre (MERC)
Nuku Ora, the Wellington Regional Sports Education Trust, has been awarded a grant of $189,776 by NZCT to support approaches to increase physical activity across Porirua.
More than 20 at-risk youth in the Western Bay of Plenty can be excited about this year’s Summer Holidays thanks to Te Aranui Youth Trust (TAYT) and a $15,000 grant from New Zealand Community Trust (NZ
“Brett, Paul, Alex and Liam and all the other Surf Boat fraternity at the club were super excited to hear they will have new equipment to race with”, said Spokesperson Tim Marsden for Titahi Bay Surf
You matter because you are you. You matter to the last moment of your life, and we will do all we can, not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die. Dame Cicely Saunders
Cricketers and Footballers across Auckland can are looking forward to better facilities. The Ellerslie Sports Club has received a second major grant of $200K.
The community in Otaki can breathe easier knowing they are in good hands heading to the beach, with more training underway - to save lives.
Students of Motueka High school are looking forward to representing their school in both sporting and cultural competitions with NZCT support of $23,274
Momentum builds for the Tūparikino Active Community Hub project at the New Plymouth Racecourse with Council announcing another $400,000 grant from NZCT, bringing total funding to $800K
Homes of Hope are upgrading their Tauranga Children's Home into a safe, comfortable, and liveable space. Demand for services has been so high, more space is needed for children in care.
With the opening of Te Wao Nui Child Health Service and Hospital, today NZCT's contribution of $ 1 million for child health in the region has already made a difference and will continue to.
People in the region can breathe easier knowing the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter is there when needed - in times of emergency and natural disasters.
“Students are looking forward to the reopening of the school pool so lessons can be resumed,” said Nicki Read Tumuaki / Principal at Newtown School.
A recent grant of $40,000 means there is a new tractor in town
Hauraki Plains College will upgrade its front court area with an all-weather grass turf.
Softball players are looking forward to more game time on the new all-weather turf. Canterbury Softball Association recently received a NZCT grant of $200,00 for the install of this turf.
The Waitakere Bears Baseball Club will be cool in Summer wearing new uniforms
Manawatū District Council is upgrading the Feilding Public Library to turn it into a multi-use Community Hub, with the support of a grant of $150,000 from NZCT.
Whakatane Mountain Bike Club is pleased to announce a grant from NZCT for $9,646 to cover the cost of protective equipment and a bike trailer
NZCT has awarded a grant of $22,644 to cover the cost of travel and accommodation during tournament week.
NZCT has allotted a grant of $60,636 to the Te Kupenga Charitable Trust for a Waka mould and construction costs, trailer, and lifejackets.
Young hockey players of Canterbury will soon be able to play on surfaces good enough for the Black Sticks thanks to a $393,400 grant from New Zealand Community Trust.
A safe environment is key at local gym Kawerau Fitness. Kfit Community Trust Chairman Zachan Herewini says, “We sought funding from NZCT to provide the safest possible equipment to our community"
Cross-code collaboration helped secure a $400,000 boost for Taranaki turf sports as planning and fundraising for the Tūparikino Active Community Hub gathers pace.
Teachers and students at Taradale High School have received a grant from NZCT for new sports uniforms.
Halswell Netball Club will be getting new uniforms with a unique design, thanks to a grant from NZCT
Paeroa BMX Club will have a new 4WD quad motorbike to increase the quality of their facility. This $5,000 grant will reduce the time needed for volunteers to maintain the track.
SVRFC is a thriving community hub that takes great pride. This grant will not only allow us to field the two additional teams we are creating this season and provide safe training equipment for both
NZCT goes an extra mile for The Buller Gorge Marathon Buller Trust granting $2,040 for First Aid cover for their Oparara Wilderness Trail Run
Club President, Tracy Adams, and Patron and Committee member Dave Beattie say, “The grant will assist us to purchase six state of the art start blocks incorporating the latest anti-skid technology"
"Funding from NZCT is vitally important to us so that we can kit out all our players in uniforms that fit properly, update our current look, and cater to our club’s growth,” says Club President
Palmerston North SquashGym receives a grant of $40,000 for roof repairs.
When the local community was surveyed about wanting a swimming pool complex, 98% responded ‘yes’
NZCT has awarded $10,000 to the Timaru District Council to install a 3x3 metre rock climbing wall in Timaru’s Caroline Bay playground.
“Swimming is an essential life-long skill for all children. Our club is made up of volunteers and provides these skills to our members " Coach Jason Hills
A new glass court will make viewing even better
NZCT Awards Grant To St Joseph’s School For New Playground
As with any children's sports club, it is important to have new players join the club each year and we are proud to have multiple generations of families involved
Rutherford College has received a grant of $50,000 from the NZCT to cover the costs associated with providing turf for its tennis and netball courts.
Equestrian Sports NZ (ESNZ) received a grant of $10,600 towards costs associated with the cross-country course design for the recent NZ Three Day Equestrian Event Championship in Taupo
“With generous support like this from NZCT, we are able to sustain successful growth in our club and introduce more families to the wonderful sport of ice hockey.”
Our goal is to get more students active in sports and it's vital to encourage our girls and boys
The committee is supported by numerous coaches and managers - all volunteer dads, mums, and family members of the players who give their time freely, spending weeknights at training, and Saturdays or
Nelson Rugby Football Club received a grant of $25,030 to enhance their Women's programme and for a new kit
Play on grass greens has always been the number one preference by bowlers if choosing between an artificial/grass green surface. We are now taking this huge project on hand to reinstate this green
Sharplin Falls Track, closed after the 2011 earthquakes is to be replaced by Mt Somers Walkways group
Te Huarahi / Linwood Avenue School, Principal Gretchen Smith says, “The drowning statistics for Aotearoa this summer have been dreadful. Learning to swim is crucial for water safety"
Established by the community for the community, TAPAC offers an affordable, inclusive, and accessible environment for existing and emerging artists.
General Manager Mark Rogers says, “This grant will have a significant impact in the community"
“We offer affordable skiing without the crowds"
North Wellington Football Club is pleased to announce a grant from the NZCT of $6,373 for new uniforms and equipment.
Athletics Nelson has received a grant of $14,070 to cover event costs for the New Zealand Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships. The event is moved around the different provinces every year
Stratford Community House was purpose built to provide affordable office accommodation, meeting space and admin facilities for social services, community and voluntary organisations serving the Stratf
The Bay of Plenty Youth Development Trust is proud to announce the opening of their new Youth Center thanks to financial support from a local philanthropist NZCT, TECT, and Lotteries
The event is the oldest and most respected major marathon in New Zealand and the longest-running major marathon in the Southern Hemisphere, and will be in its 58th year in 2022.
Whenua Iti Outdoors delivers single day and multi-day programmes that focus on personal and social development
Games Manager Heather Cox says, “The New Zealand Masters Games is New Zealand's largest and longest running multi-sport event,
We want Paraparaumu College to be known as a school with a strong sense of belonging and community
Gisborne’s Enterprise Aquatic Swim Team, has received a grant from the NZCT for $13,788 for new changing rooms windows.
The Wellington Indian Association (WIA) is pleased to announce receipt of a grant from the NZCT - $50,000 for seismic strengthening of their Cultural and Sports Centre in Kilbirnie, Wellington.
Nelson Surf Lifesaving Club is thrilled to announce the award of a $6,447 grant for a new wooden cladding equipment container.
Coromandel Area School is over the moon about a $23,395 grant from NZCT for an enclosed trailer for the transportation of sports/event equipment and event management centre.
Feilding Intermediate School is overjoyed to receive a grant of $50,000 from the NZCT in order to upgrade their play areas and sports fields with multi-purpose turf.
Aspiring Gymsports (AGS) is pleased to announce a grant of $5,000 from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) towards vital equipment upgrades.
Heretaunga Ararau O Ngati Kahungunu Waka Ama Roopu has received a grant of $14,000 for a six-person waka, including spray skirts.
Therapeutic Horse Riding is a proven therapy that develops, improves and/or promotes many aspects such as: balance and co-ordination; muscle tone; concentration; self-discipline and self-esteem
Sunset Primary School in Rotorua makes a difference in everyday lives
The New Zealand Community Trust and Wellington Hospitals Foundation are thrilled to announce a significant $1million investment in child health for our region.
Stokes Valley Cricket Club has hit a six in its successful grant application for $8,187 towards the purchase of new equipment.
Surfing for Farmers is a mental health initiative that was started in Gisborne and has now spread across New Zealand.
Foamy boards are an integral part of our kit when it comes to both sport competition and encouraging new members to stay long term and become lifeguards.
The New Zealand Community Trust has made one of its most significant grants ever, awarding $1 million to Māia Health Foundation for a new child and youth mental health outpatient facility.
Motueka Cricket Club is the oldest cricket club in New Zealand and is currently in a rebuilding phase. Filled with young talent it is an exciting place to be. Located about 35km from Nelson, Motueka i
Swim For Life Tairāwhiti is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $33,200 from the New Zealand Community Trust
It is crucially important for our students to be able to use fundamental movement development skills to ground them at school. A set of swings provides this and so much more
The Wellington Art Club is greatly relieved to have received a grant of $20,000 for vital bathroom renovations.
The Christchurch Circus Trust is a charitable trust whose purposes are to foster well-being, provide education, and develop people through participation in the circus arts.
The St John Central Region Trust has been awarded a grant of $100,000 from the NZCT towards a new ambulance.
Taupo Netball Centre has received a grant of $4,300 from the NZCT towards the cost of new equipment and uniforms.
Tamariki, teachers, and whanau at Manawatū-Whanganui's Keith Street School were overjoyed when they learned they had been awarded a grant of $26,780 by the NZCT
Miramar Softball Club was thrilled to announce it was awarded a grant of $14,280 by the NZCT for uniforms, travel, and accommodation costs.
Checking out the new splashpad at Memorial Park in Palmy, looks heaps of fun
Nayland College choirs are singing in harmony again after receiving a $4,522 grant from the NZCT to cover the cost of a digital piano.
Kaierau Rugby Football Club in Wanganui is delighted to have been awarded a grant of $6,085 from the NZCT for new premier playing uniforms. The old kits were over two years old and badly in need of re
Building Our Children Together - Homes of Hope Charitable Trust received a grant of $10,378 from the NZCT towards funding for their children's home maintenance
Aktive has received a grant of $85,760 from NZCT for eight hundred return to play starter packs, including face masks and hand sanitizer.
The Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust was pleased with our recent grant of $80,000 towards annual operating costs.
The Wellington Region Hockey Stadium Trust is delighted to announce it has received a grant of $400,000 from the NZCT for an upgrade of the water turf on its pitch in Lower Hutt's Fraser Park
Thanks to the generosity of the NZCT, the Adventure Specialties Trust is delighted with a grant of $14,700 to cover the cost of six brand new mountain bikes and salaries
Poverty Bay Bowling Club has received a grant of $7,000 from the NZCT to purchase and install new sunshades along the front of their clubhouse building.
Waitakere Badminton Association has received a grant from the New Zealand Community Trust of $5,000 towards the cost of new equipment.
Riverside Boxing Club has received a grant from NZCT of $20,690 towards buying new uniforms and equipment, as well as providing a salary for head coach, trainer, and manager Phil Shatford.
The Sailability Whanganui Trust is thrilled to acknowledge a grant of $7,000 towards the construction of a boat shed to provide secure and independent storage of all their boats and equipment, not onl
The Cannons Creek Youth Charitable Trust is delighted to have received a grant from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) of $13,918 towards salaries for Male Coach, Lead Female Coach, and an intern.
Blue Rovers Junior Football Club is excited to receive a grant of $15,000 from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) towards the cost of new goal equipment.
Gisborne Mountain Bike Club is looking forward to constructing a new gravel track loop, thanks to a recent grant of $50,000 from NZCT.
Napier City Rovers Association Football Club has received a grant of $15,000 from New Zealand Community Trust towards the installation of new floodlights covering two football pitches.
The Kapiti Gymnastic Club will be able upgrade their equipment and purchase a new vault table with a grant of $7,610 from the NZCT.
The players and members of the Eastern Pirates Rotorua Sports and Cultural Club are excited to receive a grant of $7,240 towards new rugby uniforms.
The Busting With Life Dragon Boat Team is pleased to have received a grant from the NZCT of $1,582 towards replacing their old training paddles.
Wellington Mountain Bike Club is looking forward to improving its timing systems thanks to a grant of $13,000 from NZCT.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $30,432 to the Whanganui Squash Rackets Court for a club upgrade.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $40,000 to Inglewood Golf Club towards the construction of new workshop sheds, including erection, flooring and electrical installation.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $25,019.59 to the Taranaki Community Stadium Trust.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $200,000 to the Tauranga Squash Rackets Club/ Devoy Squash & Fitness Centre for additional construction costs.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $100,000 to the Hawke’s Bay Regional Sports Park Trust for the construction of a community cricket and boxing building.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $9,730 to Coastguard North Canterbury for an inflatable rescue boat (IRB).
NZCT is pleased to announce a grant of $3,659 to Special Olympics Manawatu for travel and accommodation costs to help their athletes and volunteer coaches attend competition events.
New Zealand Community Trust is pleased to announce a grant of $20,000 to the Huringa Pai Charitable Trust towards a 3D body scanner.
Re-dressing the Springvale Stadium's flooring will be possible with a $10,000 grant from NZCT.
An NZCT grant of $4,377 to Taradale High School will go towards coaching and leadership services, and Blokart sailing equipment.
The Keith Hay Park Pavilion and Three Kings United Clubhouse are on track to be completed, thanks to an NZCT grant of $75,000 to Three Kings United Football Club.
Canoe Polo Hawke’s Bay has received a grant of $16,278 from NZCT towards 12 new sets of personal flotation devices, which will be used throughout the autumn and winter league competitions.
Te Puku o Te Ika Outrigger Canoe Association (TPOTI) has received a grant of $8,321 from NZCT towards covering the cost of safety boats, sound system, timing tower, venue hire, and traffic management.
Wanaka Rowing Club identified a need, made an application to NZCT, and received a grant of $6,441 to equip their boats with the BAT Logic Quick Release System and compatible boat shoes.
Patu Tahi Boxing Club has successfully applied for funding from NZCT to retain two pivotal roles (Head Coach and Operations Manager) without whom the club would not be able to operate.
Methven Cricket Club has received a grant of $9,700 from NZCT towards a cricket turf upgrade.
New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) has awarded the Young Men’s Christian Association of Taranaki a grant of $16,418 towards maintaining and improving their recreation services equipment.
Upokongaro School has been granted $18,000 by New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) towards an upgrade of its concrete netball courts to a multi-sport turf, including shock pads.
Tolaga Bay Area School has been awarded a New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) grant of $61,411 towards bleachers for its recently upgraded gym.
Hawera Football Club has received a grant of $11,315 from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) towards installing a new lighting system.
Rotoiti Sports and Community Association is pleased to have received a grant from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) of $3,933 towards new playing and training equipment.
Feilding United Association Football Club is thrilled to accept a grant from NZCT of $27,546 towards improving their gym and clubroom lighting, playing uniforms, and equipment.
Parafed Gisborne Tairawhiti is thrilled to have received a generous grant of $42,371 from NZCT towards accommodation for two events, new equipment, and a salary.
Te Hāpara School wishes to thank NZCT for a grant of $12,483 towards the coast of a new pool cover. This will effectively extend the length of the entire swimming season.
Otaki Bowling Club is proud to have successfully applied for a grant of $30,830 from New Zealand Community Trust towards upgrading their clubhouse roof.
Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Te Koutu has received a New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) grant of $25,390 to buy new sports uniforms for the school.
Thames South School is pleased to have received a grant from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) of $20,000 for remediation of the school swimming pool.
New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) recently awarded a grant of $5,276 to Waitara High School for rugby uniforms, and waka ama paddles, steerers and shafts. Their old kit was purchased over four years
While unglamorous, non-slip carpet makes a world of difference at CCS Disability Action Bay of Plenty, thanks to a grant for $1,100 from New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT).
Counties Manukau Gymnastics is excited to have been awarded a grant of $22,000.00 from New Zealand Community Trust for new gym equipment.
Gravity Canterbury Downhill and Free Ride Club has received an NZCT grant of $19,655 for race timing equipment.
The Gisborne Mountain Bike Club is looking forward to constructing a new gravel track loop, thanks to a recent grant of $50,000 from the NZCT.
The Canterbury Brain Collective (CBC) is excited to receive a grant of $100,000 to help cover the costs of the gymnasium and ancillary equipment within the BrainTree Wellness Centre in Christchurch.
Snells Beach Primary School is grateful to NZCT for a grant of $6,401 towards providing bikes for all their students to enjoy the school’s asphalt bike track.