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Published: 6 March, 2019

Christchurch City Council Community Resilience Partnership Fund

 

Applications can be accepted to this fund at any time.

 

Community Resilience Partnership Fund criteria

The objectives of the fund are to invest in initiatives which contribute to community resilience through meeting the following criteria:

  • Build community connection and activation
  • Are community-led and build on existing community strengths and reflect local context
  • Strengthen the capacity and capability of communities
  • Create collaborative ways of working
  • Encourage innovation and creativity and encourage and enable social enterprise
  • Remove barriers to participation and resilience.

Note: Funding cannot be used for: specialised mental health services or services to individuals; universal health promotion activities that replicate the "All Right" campaign and projects that are considered to be the primary responsibility of a Council, a central government agency or another agency.

Submit a proposal

Organisations who wish to apply to the Community Resilience Partnership Fund are required to complete a two stage process.

The first stage is to submit a brief proposal. The proposal needs to include the following information:

  • A clear explanation of how your project aligns to the criteria of the Community Resilience Partnership Fund
  • The level of funding being requested
  • A project timeline and budget (including confirmation of any funds raised) 
  • Name and contact details for further information.
  • Attach a copy of your most recent annual accounts - if more than 12 months old also supply a recent financial update 

Successful proposals to the Community Resilience Partnership fund will then be invited on to a second stage for a more in-depth assessment.

Unsuccessful proposals may be declined or referred to more suitable sources of funding.

Published: 6 March, 2019

Scholarships

 

As Ngāi Tahu, you have more support than you may realise.

We encourage you to apply for all opportunities you think you are eligible for.
To apply for any of our grants or scholarships you will need your six-digit whakapapa number and your password is your 4 digit PIN. If you’re unsure of either please call 0800 KAI TAHU (0800 524 8248) or follow this link to find your registration number.

Matakahi Scholarship

Matakahi Scholarship applications open on the 1 March and close on the 4 April 2019.

Matakahi Scholarships offer support for up to three years while you study including;

  • financial support,
  • paid work placements,
  • support into graduate positions,
  • cultural development and more!

We are looking for students who are studying a qualification that may lead to a role within our commercial businesses or commercial partners.

Find out more about our Matakahi Tertiary Education Scholarships, or if you’re ready, apply here.

Eligibility
Not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Email iwicapability@ngaitahu.iwi.nz


Beca Scholarship

Beca Scholarship applications open on the 1 March and close on the 4 April 2019.

The Beca Scholarship is for tertiary students studying architecture, engineering, environmental management, landscape design, planning, resource management, or urban design.
Support includes:

  • paid work placement at Beca,
  • financial support,
  • cultural development and more!

Find out more about our Beca Tertiary Education Scholarships, or if you’re ready, apply here.

Eligibility
Not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Email iwicapability@ngaitahu.iwi.nz


Kā Pūtea Grant

Kā Pūtea Grant applications open on the 1 March and close on the 31 October 2019.

Kā Pūtea Grants are available to all registered Ngāi Tahu enrolled in NZQA Tertiary level study or an international equivalent.

Each student is eligible to receive one grant per calendar year. Students are eligible for seven grants throughout their study lifetime.

Entitlements are:

  • $250.00 for your first year of full-time study
  • $500.00 for every subsequent year of full-time study

Find out more about our Kā Pūtea Grant, or if you’re ready, apply here.

Eligibility
Not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Email matauranga@ngaitahu.iwi.nz


Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant

Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant applications open on the 1 March and close on the 31 October 2019.

The Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant are available to all registered Ngāi Tahu enrolled in NZQA Tertiary level study or an international equivalent.

Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grants are available through learning, connecting and engaging with Ngāi Tahutanga.

There are three cultural levels that students may apply for and selection of which level to meet is usually determined by the year of tertiary study you are enrolled in with the aim of progressing your Ngāi Tahutanga journey.

Find out more about our Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant, or if you’re ready, apply here.

Eligibility
Not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Email matauranga@ngaitahu.iwi.nz


Kā Pūtea Scholarships

Kā Pūtea Scholarship applications open on the 1 March and close on the 30 April 2019.

The Kā Pūtea Scholarships are available to all registered Ngāi Tahu iwi members who are currently enrolled in NZQA Tertiary level study or International equivalent.

Find out more about our Kā Pūtea Scholarships, or if you’re ready, apply here.

Eligibility
Not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Email matauranga@ngaitahu.iwi.nz

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