Creative New Zealand is the national arts development agency investing in and advocating for the arts. CNZ is a major funder of Indian Ink.Visit Their Site
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The purpose of the foundation is to promote arts culture/heritage, the care/protection of animals, and environment/conservation within New Zealand.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is New Zealand's leading non-government authority on Asia.
They are a non-partisan, non-profit organisation, set up in 1994 to build New Zealanders' knowledge and understanding of Asia. We rely on a mix of public, philanthropic and corporate funding.
Asia NZ are supported by a panel of honorary advisers from across Asia. This group comprises leading academics, businesspeople and current and former politicians and diplomats.
The Foundation works in partnership with influential individuals and organisations in New Zealand and Asia to provide high-level forums, culture events, international collaborations, school programmes and professional development opportunities.
Asia NZ's activities cover more than 20 countries in Asia and are delivered through seven programmes.
One Foundation (formerly First Sovereign Trust Limited) was established in 2004 to distribute grant funding from the proceeds of licensed gaming machines.
We are based in Rotorua. Eligible organisations and community groups can apply to First Sovereign Trust for funding to support their objectives.
Our aim is to create positive change in our communities by supporting and promoting innovation and learning amongst our stakeholders. We will do this by developing programmes to assist the organisations we work with to develop their capacity in areas which will lead them towards sustainability and independence.Visit Their Site
One of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal organisations. An organisation of men who adopt the fundamental principle of integrity, goodwill and charity as the foundations for an individual’s life and character. A non-profit organisation that is heavily involved in supporting charity and community service. Comprised of men of good character with high ideals and worthwhile values who make a difference in the community.Visit Their Site
stablished in 1998, NZCT is New Zealand's largest gaming trust with 16% of market share. We are proud of the contribution we make to local communities, but we couldn't do what we do without the help of our hard-working gaming room operators.
NZCT has offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, as well as staff located in Taranaki and the Bay of Plenty.
Trust Waikato aims to achieve transformational change for people, families, communities and places where the need is greatest.
Their priorities for impact include facilitating improved outcomes for the highest need communities in our region and strengthening the community sector.
WEL Energy Trust (the Trust) was formed in 1993 and distributes funds to not-for-profit organisations committed to delivering projects or initiatives that will enhance the lives of people in our community.
The Trust is interested in being a pro-active collaborator in funding significant projects that will have a direct positive impact on the economic and social well-being of the region.
The Otago Community Trust is a philanthropic organisation which applies its Trust funds for charitable and other purposes which are of benefit to the community. They provide grants to not-for-profit community groups and projects that make a positive contribution to Otago communities.Visit Their Site
TECT makes grants and donations to community organisations throughout Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty each year. The grants are made to many sectors and initatives including education, arts & culture, sport & recreation, environment, and health and social services.
In the past 25 years, TECT has returned millions of dollars back to consumers and the community, supporting thousands of people and positive community projects throughout the TECT district.
Eastern & Central Community Trust’s vision is to help build stronger, more sustainable communities. They do this through a range of initiatives, from funding grants to helping with collaboration and capacity building, and opening up networking opportunities to organisations of all sizes.Visit Their Site
Grassroots Trust is dedicated to providing local funding to local communities. We share your passion and enthusiasm for amateur sport, education and various charitable community initiatives and we’re here to help.
Great care is taken to ensure funds granted are well used and for the authorised purpose, and many local communities have already benefited from a Grassroots Trust grant.
Grassroots Trust operates in accordance with the Gambling Act 2003 and is regulated by The Department of Internal Affairs.
The Pelorus Trust is a charitable trust based in Lower Hutt which raises funds for charitable, philanthropic and sporting purposes through the operation of gaming machines. We are a mid-sized gaming trust operating machines from hotels and taverns between Franklin and Marlborough.
The Trust maintains an open and equitable funding regime that enables non-profit organisations such as sports clubs, cultural groups, and community-based societies or trusts to apply for funds through a transparent and efficient application process.
A boutique audience development consultancy based in Auckland, New Zealand, The Audience Connection works alongside cultural organisations to build and engage with their audiences via integrated and effective use of digital channels. The company was founded in 2009 in response to an identified need for arts and cultural organisations to be given guidance on how to effectively connect with audiences in an increasingly digital environment.Visit Their Site
Ricoh has been providing innovative office equipments, customer centric services and solutions through the subsidiaries and distributors in each country for more than three decades. Ricoh shares a common goal of being the most trusted brand with irresistible appeal in the global market by delivering excellence to improve people’s workstyle and to drive sustainability.Visit Their Site
TAHI - New Zealand Festival of Solo Performance is an organisation in Wellington that supports the curation and showcasing of New Zealand’s highest quality solo performance. It’s annual festival gathers soloists from around the nation, and beyond – from established to emerging practitioners – to present work, collaborate and make connections across the industry. Alongside premiering and showcasing solo performances, the festival provides opportunities for practitioners to extend the life of their performance work, to upskill, be supported as an emerging artist and to network through an integrated programme of performance, workshops, and forums. In 2022, TAHI Festival will be presented from the 8-17 September.Visit Their Site
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