Funding for Not-for-Profit Organisations

Auckland City Community Group Assistance Fund

Auckland City Council recognises that community groups, through their diverse range of activities, make a major contribution to our multicultural city. The community group assistance fund was created to support the processes and activities that enable people to get together and work to improve their communities. Funding is granted to increase community groups' capacity by building on their human resources, knowledge and expertise. Auckland City Council hopes that this will increase the opportunities and choices of people of all cultures and incomes in community services and facilities, cultural, leisure, sports and arts.

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The Mazda Foundation Trust

The Mazda Foundation will consider awarding grants to programmes promoting maintenance and improvement of the natural environment, the advancement of culture and education to achieve excellence at all levels in the community and advancement of education and employment skills development, with particular emphasis on children from deprived backgrounds as well as the arts where the goal is to educate and expose the NZ public on NZ culture.

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ACC Advocacy Grant Scheme

ACC established the ACC Advocacy Grant Scheme, so advocacy organisations can apply for funding to help them provide accessible and effective advocacy services to ACC claimants.

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ASB Community Trust

ASB Community Trust is an independent grant-making organisation supporting the work of not-for-profit groups in Auckland and Northland.

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