The 20/20 Trust provides digital inclusion leadership, partnering with local communities to deliver digital literacy and inclusion programmes that build New Zealanders’ computer skills.
Community Organisation Grants Scheme
The Community Organisation Grants Scheme provides grants to non-profit organisations delivering community-based social services that contribute to achieving locally-determined outcomes.
Greenways Trust is a registered charitable trust which was set up in 1992 to provide a residential service and support for people with intellectual disabilities.
Literacy Aotearoa is a national organisation of adult literacy providers and is a leading commentator on literacy issues in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
Ministry of Social Development
Our Ministry is all about helping to build successful individuals, and in turn building strong, healthy families and communities. It’s a big job - we’re tackling some of the big issues in society, like family violence.
Road Safe Northland
The Northland Road Safety website has been developed by the Northland Regional Council Transport Projects Team to promote Northland’s road safety issues and partners.
Te uri o hau
To provide the means for distributing funds to Te Uri o Hau through marae, whanau and programmes for the social, cultural and environmental development.
ACE Aotearoa is a membership organisation which represents both its members and the wider ACE sector. It provides advocacy and direction for policy development and its implementation.
Foundation North holds in trust for the Auckland and Northland communities an endowment of over a billion dollars. That endowment allows us to make millions of dollars in grants each year.
KAURILANDS SKILLS CENTRE
We provide rural residential care for adults with intellectual disabilities including a vocational day programme which is also run from the premises.
Lottery Grants Board
The Board’s key funding objectives and request criteria are designed to ensure that lottery grants will contribute towards its vision of New Zealanders building strong sustainable communities together.
People Potential has been operating for 25 years in Whangarei. The recent opening of two new classroom blocks in Keyte Street shows their commitment to the local community.
te iwi o te roroa
The brothers Manumamu and his teina Rangitauwawaru are the founding tūpuna of our Te Roroa people. Our rohe stems from the Hokianga heads to Tokatoka maunga in the Kaipara.
Work Ready NZ is a Northland based provider who helps to support those who are transitioning from different career paths or stages in employment.