Services

Community Grants

A total of $40,000 has been allocated in 2016 to 29 Kāpiti community groups.

Grants are made available to support community based projects, programmes and events that contribute to achieving positive social outcomes and contribute to community wellbeing and development for people living on the Kāpiti Coast District.

Work delivered through the grants builds resilient, sustainable communities, encourages greater community participation, improves the quality of life of the participants and encourages working in partnership with a range of community groups.

Accountability forms

Adult Literacy Kāpiti

$2,000

Age Concern

$1,500

Arthritis New Zealand

$500

Autism New Zealand

$1,500

Coast Access Radio Trust

$1,000

Combined Lions Club of Kāpiti

$1,000

Cross Roads Christian Community Trust

$800

Foster Hope Charitable Trust

$2,000

House of Hope

$2,000

KapitiMana Multiples

$1,690

Kāpiti Living Without Violence

$2,000

Kāpiti WEA Inc

$2,000

Kāpiti Toy Library

$800

Kāpiti Women's Centre

$2,000

New Zealand Council of Victim Support Groups Inc

$2,000

No 49 (District of Kāpiti) Squadron, Air Training Corps

$1,280

Ōtaki Community Patrol

$1,000

Ōtaki Senior Citizens Association Inc

$500

Ōtaki Women's Health Group

$1,000

Paekākāriki Station Precinct Trust

$500

Parkinsonism Society Kāpiti/Horowhenua Inc

$2,000

Programmes for Kāpiti Cancer patients

$1,975

Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre

$1,455

The Parenting Place - Attitude Youth Division

$1,000

The Shed Project

$1,000

Waikanae Cameo Society Inc

$500

Wellington Multiple Sclerosis Society Inc

$2,000

Youthquest Kāpiti Charitable Trust

$2,000

Te Ara Korowai

$1,000

The grants, of up to $2,000, are only available to not-for-profit organisations. They are awarded to support community-based projects, programmes and events which contribute to achieving positive social outcomes for people living in Kāpiti, for example to:

  • help build resilient, sustainable communities
  • encourage greater community participation
  • improve the quality of life of the participants
  • work in partnership with a range of community groups, including iwi.

 

Community Grants Scheme information leaflet

Accountability

All 2016 community grant recipients are required to provide a short, simple report back with receipts on use of the funds, by completing the attached “Accountability Form” outlining the benefits gained.   This form must be returned by Friday 29 July 2017 in order to be eligible for future funding.

Accountability form - word

Accountability form - pdf