The committee had a chance to meet with grant recipients last night at the Trust House support office and congratulate them on their inspiring achievements.

 

Net Proceeds committee and Grant recipients

Top left:  Mike van Woerkom (Dalefield Hockey), Tom Hullena (Youth Guarantee), Lucy Griffiths (NPC), Jock Kershaw (NPC), Kieran McAnulty (NPC), Ray Southey (NPC) and Luther Toloa (Netball Wairarapa).

Bottom left: Mena Antonio (NPC), Cynthia Maling (Hospice Wairarapa), Heidi Holbrook (Kokomai Creative Festival) and Karl Taucher (NPC).

More grant recipients stories…

Nature School NZ Trust

Nature School NZ Trust are a registered charity, established in 2018. Our purpose is getting as many as possible NZ children learning from and through play in nature.

Nourished for Nil – Who we are and what we do

We are Hawkes Bay based food rescue organisation Nourished for Nil and we collect surplus, unsold, mislabeled and excess food from local hospitality, community gardens and businesses.

Project Prima Volta (PPV)

Project Prima Volta (PPV) is a nationally recognised singing programme that enables young people to harness the power of their own voice.

Tawa Titans Hockey Club

On behalf of Tawa Hockey Club we wanted to say thankyou again for the funding that
Trust House provided towards coaching.

Volunteer Porirua

Our paid, part-time Porirua Manager, and a team of volunteers, provide volunteer work opportunities to hundreds of Porirua residents each year.

Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and

Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History is proud to be supported by Trust House Foundation.

Barnardos

Trust House Foundation’s support has enabled us to continue running our Family Violence Programmes in the Hutt and Greater Wellington region, for children, young people, and adult women who are living with, or have experienced, family violence.

Time for old horses to learn new tricks

The days of bringing joy and happiness to people with disabilities could soon be over for a couple of friendly horses at the Wairarapa branch of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).

Mākoura students on the tools for homeless

A Masterton secondary school is giving students a head-start in the construction sector while at the same time providing some much needed help for homeless people.

Te Kura O Papatūānuku Wairarapa Earth school

Te Kura O Papatūānuku Wairarapa Earth school charitable trust aims to inspire, inform and enable
people of all ages to achieve practical solutions for the future of our community and a healthy planet.