Te Māngai Pāho promotes Māori language and culture
through the provision of funding for Māori initiatives in music, radio,
television and new media.
Our funding activity is responsible for daily news, current affairs, children's Māori language programming, sports coverage and much more on Māori radio stations, Māori Television, TV1, TV2, TV3, Prime and Sky.
We are pleased to support the Māori-focused initiatives of The Outlook for Someday in 2016, including 5 two-day Kaupapa Māori sustainability film-making workshops for tamariki and rangatahi Māori.
Creative New Zealand's Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) supports and encourages local
communities to create and present diverse opportunities for accessing and
participating in arts activities within their specific geographical area as
well as for defined communities of interest.
Whilst Creative New Zealand administers the scheme, applications for CCS funding are made to the Territorial Authority (local authority or district council) that runs the scheme in any particular area.
In 2016 CCS funding has supported 27 of The Outlook for Someday sustainability film-making workshops around New Zealand.
The Trusts Community Foundation was established in 2010. Our mission is to provide funding for a wide range of clubs, charities and community groups - in fields as diverse as sport, arts, culture, health and education.
We are nationwide not-for-profit company. Our funds come from gaming machines operated in some licensing trusts, hotels and sports clubs around New Zealand.
Each year we give away more than $14 million.
The Four Winds Foundation supports a cross section of non-profit community groups, charities, welfare agencies, educational organisations and amateur sporting organisations.
John Clyde Graham, a former Auckland resident, established The Clyde Graham Charitable Trust in 1986, and through his foresight and kindness many organisations have benefited over the period and will continue to do so for many years to come.
The Clyde Graham Charitable Trust is proudly managed by Perpetual Guardian.
Dragon Community Trust is a non-profit company that operates gaming machines across the country to raise funds for the community.
Dragon was set up to support the local community where the funds are generated and give priority funding to Asian organisations within the local community, in particular to the young and elderly members of the Asian community.
BlueSky Community Trust is a non-profit company that
operates gaming machines to raise funds for the community.
BlueSky makes grants for education, community cultural and arts festivals, public amenities, sports facilities, amateur sport and other charitable and non-commercial purposes that are beneficial to the community.