The next round of grant applications closes at 5pm on 7th March 2024.
The Trustees may make small grants to registered charities where the purpose of the grant is to advance the physical or mental health or spiritual welfare of people residing in the North Shore and Rodney areas of Auckland.
The Trustees may also assist individuals residing in the North Shore or Rodney areas of Auckland with a small grant if that grant will both relieve poverty and advance their physical or mental health or spiritual welfare.
Grants are limited to a maximum of $5,000 for a registered charity and a maximum of $3,000 for an individual in any one year commencing on 1 July and ending on 30 June in the year following unless the Trustees in their sole discretion decide that an exception is justified.
The Trustees prefer to support charities that are working collaboratively, regionally or locally, to address an otherwise unmet or poorly resourced health need in their community rather than providing support that will encourage unnecessary duplication of services.
The Trustees prefer to provide targeted financial assistance (e.g., for a specific project or role) rather than meeting general administration or office costs.
The Trustees look for evidence of the impact on health a grant will make and of the ability of the supported work to reach people in need and improve their health.
All grants are made at the sole discretion of the Trustees.
Applications must be made using the prescribed form – as applicable, either the organisation or the individual application form.
Application forms can be obtained by emailing the Trust Secretary email@example.com or by downloading the relevant form in Microsoft Word format.
Charities must ensure that they supply the documents listed in the “Grants Checklist.” Applications without these accompanying documents will not be accepted.
Individuals must provide the supporting evidence requested in the application form.
Successful applicants must provide evidence of receipt of funds and submit an accountability report within the specified period. Failure to provide this information may affect future applications
Applicants with previously approved grants can download the Accountability Report.