The Kura have been fundraising over the years and have put money aside this year to buy their own waka ama. A recent grant of $10,000 from the Trust House Foundation has helped them reach their $26,000 target which will enable them to purchase both the vessel and also trailer required to transport it.
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Members of the Greytown Volunteer Fire Brigade are showing that not only are they good at providing a trusted emergency service in South Wairarapa, they’re also pretty slick at fundraising.read more
After four years of hard work, Sailability Wellington Trust celebrated the opening of The Duncan Renouf Jetty on Sunday 18th November at Titahi Bay Boating Club. Over three hundred sailors, supporters and sponsors of Sailability Wellington gathered for the event.read more
The Greytown Community Sport & Leisure Society was formed in 2003 after a group of keen Greytown residents were concerned enough to form a sport management committee to ensure that key issues affecting the growth and development of sport and leisure clubs were been addressed.read more
The members of Porirua Rowing club pass our sincere thanks to the Trust House Foundation for a grant towards a new safety boat.read more
Trust House is proud to have supported the Featherston Camp Memorialread more
While the resurgence of waka ama in recent years has been in the pursuit of sport and recreation, a Masterton Kura Kaupapa Māori is eyeing another use for the traditional Māori outrigger canoe.read more