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Community grants scheme funding round is now open

The Kāpiti Coast District Council has opened applications for this year’s community grants scheme with a total of $33,500 available to community groups and organisations.

Council’s Programme Design and Delivery Manager Tania Parata says the scheme assists not-for-profit Kāpiti Coast organisations in the community.

“We’re able to support a wide range of community-based organisations that are trying to improve the quality of life for people living here in Kāpiti.”

The annual funding opportunity is earmarked for not-for-profit community-based organisations supporting local projects, programmes, and events contributing to social outcomes in the Kāpiti District. A maximum of $2000 is available for each eligible application that fits the scheme’s criteria of:

• Building resilient, sustainable communities;
• Encouraging greater community participation;
• Improving the quality of life of the participants; and
• Working in partnership with a range of community groups, including iwi.
To learn more and to download an application form, see https://www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/services/A---Z-Council-Services-and-Facilities/Grants-funding-and-awards/Community-Grants/

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 3 August 2018. Final decisions will be made by the Grants Allocation Committee on Thursday 30 August 2018.


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