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Grants

Tertiary Sector Grant

Mission of the Pūtea

To enhance the educational outcomes of our Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri tauira in tertiary training / education

Pūtea Strategic Goals

  • Support the acquisition of tertiary qualifications for our Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri tauira

Pūtea Ture

  1. Funding will be awarded relative to the total number of registered Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri tauira in tertiary studies
  2. Only one grant can be received per applicant
  3. A NZ bank account must be provided
  4. Current address must be provided
  5. Proof of enrolment in the certified tertiary courses must be provided
  6. Applications must be in by 8 July 2022

How to apply

Applications must be submitted by February of each academic year. Note the applications will be considered at the Trustee March hui and paid 3rd week of April.

You can apply using the application form:

  • From the Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust Office (details below)

Once you have completed your application, send it along with any attachments to:

Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust
Tertiary Sector Grants Coordinator
PO Box 50
Waitangi
WHAREKAURI

Who can apply?

Registered Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri members undertaking skippers or UBA certification

Things you should know

  • Receipt of applications will be acknowledged

Please phone the Tertiary Sector Grants Coordinator on (03) 3050500 or email iwitrust@nmow.co.nz if you require further information about the fund or require assistance with your project and the application process.

All funds given to applicants will be given for charitable purposes in accordance with charities law and other charity related legislation. This includes all related case law of New Zealand.

 

Sports Grant

We all want healthy and active tribal members. So the Iwi Trust has developed the Sports Grant to support the physical expression of our Ngāti Mutungatanga through excellence in sport.

The focus is on recognised Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri individuals who undertake representative duties for their province or country. Applications are open year-round. The funds are paid to the individual applicant. It is designed to support fees, sporting gear, and travel. Whilst the Pūtea ture outline grant amounts, the Iwi Trust retains total discretion over the amounts to be paid and may vary without notice.

Mission of the Pūtea

To support the physical expression of our Ngāti Mutungatanga through excellence in sport

Pūtea Strategic Goals

  • Supporting excellence in sporting endeavours
  • Celebrating Ngāti Mutunga sporting success
  • Enabling Ngāti Mutunga sporting success as an inspiration to all our Iwi

Pūtea Focus

The focus is on recognised Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri sporting clubs and individuals who undertake representative duties for their province or country. Applications are open year round. The funds are paid either to the individual applicant or to the team as a whole. It is designed to support fees, sporting gear, and travel. Whilst the pūtea ture outline grant amounts, the Iwi Trust retains total discretion over the amounts to be paid and may vary without notice.

Pūtea Ture

Up to $250 per person, per annum for national representation in any sporting activity
Up to $500 per person, per annum for international representation in any sporting activity

Grants will run each calendar year until funding runs out.

  1. No legal entity required
  2. Support for tamariki / rangatahi sporting initiatives must be counter-signed by a registered parent or caregiver of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri
  3. A NZ bank account must be provided
  4. Current address must be provided
  5. A report on the activity undertaken must be provided within 2 months of the activity completion

How to apply

Applications can be submitted at any time during the year. Note the applications will be considered at Trustee hui which normally occur the third week of each month. Your application should be in at least 2 months before the activity is scheduled to begin. You can apply by application form from the Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust Office (details below).

Once you have completed your application, send it along with any attachments to:

Once you have completed your application, send it along with any attachments to:

Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust
Sporting Grants Coordinator
PO Box 50
Waitangi
WHAREKAURI

Who can apply?

Any registered Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri person, whānau, hapū, rūnanga and legal entities.

Things you should know

• Receipt of applications will be acknowledged

Please phone the Sporting Grant Coordinator on (03) 3050500 or email iwitrust@nmow.co.nz if you require further information about the fund or require assistance with your project and the application process.

All funds given to applicants will be given for charitable purposes in accordance with charities law and other charity related legislation. This includes all related case law of New Zealand.

 

Tangihanga Grant

Tena tatou katoa. There is no more tapu occasion in our collective Iwi life than the death of one of our tribal members. This is a time for mourning, recollection, Whakawhanaungatanga, celebration, and of course manaaki. The Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust wishes to support our grieving whanau by providing a koha of $500 to support you at your time of loss. The eligibility criteria are set out as follows:

Purpose:

  • To provide financial support for the tangi of a Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri whanau.

Criteria:

  • Grants will be made if the application meets the following criteria:
  • Able to produce a death certificate or notice
  • Tangi has occurred within 3 months of the application
  • Applicant is a registered beneficiary of the Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust;
  • Has a confirmed New Zealand bank account;
  • Can confirm their address details are correct

Eligibility Confirmation Process:

  • 1 grant per tangihanga
  • Multiple applications for discreet tangihanga allowed
  • Grant of $500 per tangihanga

Please contact the office by email iwitrust@nmow.iwi.nz or phone 0800 WHAREKAURI (942 735) / 03 3050 500.

 

Putea Whanaungatanga Grant

The Pūtea Whanaungatanga is our cultural fund designed to enhance the wairua, mana, and cultural wellbeing of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi.   It is here to:

  • Build the cultural knowledge and participation of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri
  • Encourage and grow the cultural practices of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri
  • Encourage cultural leadership of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri.

When assessing applications, we take into account applications with a strong focus on:

  • Whakapapa
  • Te Reo me ngā Tikanga
  • Mahi Toi
  • Whānau Development
  • Whenua Development
  • Māhinga Kai

You can apply for up to $5,000 in funding.  The fund is open year-round.

 

Kaumātua Pūtea Tautoko Grant

We have been proud to deliver our Kaumātua Pūtea Tautoko, a financial contribution to support our Kaumātua.

Applications will open for this pūtea on 1st of October and close at the end of March 2023.

If you are aged 65 or over, are registered with us you are eligible to apply.  We will be in contact with last year’s recipients shortly, alternately please contact the office by email iwitrust@nmow.iwi.nz or phone 0800 WHAREKAURI (942 735) / 03 3050 500.

Forms can be downloaded here: Kaumātua Grant Application Form 2023

 

Secondary School Boarding Grant

The Trust will provide secondary school boarding grants to students of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri descent to attend a boarding school or assist with private boarding while attending a secondary school. The grant is a $750 contribution towards the cost of secondary school students attending a boarding school or the costs of secondary school students privately boarding while attending secondary school.

Applications are open at the beginning of November 2021.

Forms can be downloaded here: 2022 SSBG Application Form closes 30 June 2022, or picked up from the Iwi Trust office in Te One. They can also be emailed or posted to you if requested.

 

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