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Feeding The Kitty


from Hutt City Council

17 April 2003


Naku te Kete, Nau te Kete, Ka ora te Tangata.

My Resources, Your Resources, People will Prosper.

free FUNDING Expo's in the Wellington and Hutt Valley Regions

How do 'Not For Profit' community organisations access corporate sponsorship, what are the best fundraising opportunities, should we become a Trust or Incorporated Society?

These and many more of your questions will be answered at the free Funding Expos being held in the Hutt Valley on the 6th and Wellington on the 8th of May 2003.

The organisers hope that members from a range of local community groups including sports and leisure, arts and cultural, welfare, youth and older people will attend these 'one stop shop' funding expos. Each Expo will include workshops related to funding, displays, one on one funding assistance, networking opportunities and of course a chance to meet the funders in the Wellington and Hutt Valley regions.


There is no charge for the funding expo but Registration is Necessary as places are limited. Please call Missy on 570 6644 for the Hutt Valley Expo on May 6, or Alison on 472 6578 for the Wellington Expo on 8 May.

The funding Expos are proudly supported by the Community Development Group of the Department of Internal Affairs, the Funding Information Service, the Community Employment Group, the JR McKenzie Trust and by the Hutt City, Upper Hutt City and Wellington City Councils.


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