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Funding gives boost to 37 local projects

Funding gives boost to 37 local projects

More than $43,000 of Creative Communities Scheme funding has been awarded to 37 local groups and individuals.

“A partnership between Waitakere City Council and Creative New Zealand, the scheme has the purpose of increasing participation in the arts at a local level and the range and diversity of arts available in the community,” says Creative Communities Scheme Allocation Sub-Committee chairman, Councillor Vanessa Neeson.

“We’re pleased we could assist so many local groups to achieve their ambitions.”

One of the major funding recipients was the Waitakere City Orchestra, which was allocated $2500 to help cover the costs of staging two performances in the Titirangi War Memorial Hall in August and November.

Other major recipients include Oratia Out Of School Care ($2000 for professional drama classes and art supplies) Pacific Islands Advisory Board ($2000 for a youth space for Pacific arts), Ranui Community House ($2000 to host an art show and competition), Torotoro Trust ($2000) for an urban Maori Pacific dance festival and West Auckland Primary Schools Multicultural Festival ($2000 to help cover festival costs).

Creative Community Scheme subsidy recipients

Auckland Christian Mandarin Church – Lovingcare Kindergarten $400

Auckland Country Music Association $1000

Auckland Refugee Council (Inc) $1000

Contemporary Music Festival $470

Class Act Opera Trust $1600

Connolly Irish Dancing School $1000

Further Education Training Service $1300

Glen Eden Baptist Community Kindergarten $1000

Glen Eden Intermediate School $1350

Jasmine Clark $1000

Kaurilands School $1000

Laingholm Primary School $388

La Robinson-Johnson $800

Like Minds Project at Framework Trust $1500

Nga Kakano O Te Kaihanga Trust $1500

Oratia Out of School Care $2000

Pacific Arts (Pacific Islands Advisory Board) $2000

Pure Magic Concerts $1000

Ranui Community House $2000

Red Eye Films $1400

Rhythm ‘n Steps Dance Academy $400

Samoan Youth Fellowship – Massey Parish $1500

St Paul’s Anglican Church $500

Te Atatu Peninsula Community House Society Inc $900

Te Korowi O Ti Iwi Trust $1200

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Hoani Waititi Marae $1000

Te Roopu Kapahaka O Te Atatu $460

Theatre for the Blind $1000

Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School $1500

Tomorrows Revelation Dance Company $500

Torotoro Trust $2000

Waitakere Central Community Arts Council $1200

Waitakere City Orchestra $2500

Waitakere Homeschool Support Group $1000

Waitakere Indian Association $850

West Auckland Primary Schools Multicultural Festival $2000

W.E.S.T Co $1000

Total: $43,218

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