Grants

Learn more about Trust House Foundation grant funding in your community.

Sailability Wellington Trust

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.

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The Greytown Community Sport & Leisure Society

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.

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Telling our story

The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) has its roots in war-time England helping people cope with the dislocation, trauma and the complexity that war brings.

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Tawa Hockey Club

On behalf of Tawa Hockey Club we wanted to say thankyou again for the funding that Trust House provided to cover a large amount of the coaching costs this year.

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The Featherston Heritage Complex Society

The Featherston Heritage Complex Society Inc was formed in 1992 to provide a museum to house a collection of information and memorabilia from the WWI Featherston Military Training Camp, the WWII Japanese Prisoner of War Camp and of Featherston and its surrounding districts.

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Our Swimming Story

New Zealand has a coastline of 15,134 km, 180,000 km of mapped rivers and 3240 lakes – combine that with a generally temperate climate and it’s little wonder that New Zealanders have a strong affinity for the water. Our ancestors all arrived by water – some crossing the Pacific and others making the journey later from the other side of the world.

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Wairarapa Singers

Wairarapa Singers is an incorporated charitable society which was established in 1994.  We are one of the finest choirs in the region and currently we have 70 members.  Our main concerts typically attract an audience of 400 people.

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English Language Partners Porirua

At English Language Partners Porirua (part of English Language Partners NZ) we facilitate successful resettlement of adults of refugee and migrant background, through providing welcoming spaces for these adults to learn the language that is fundamental to their participation in Aotearoa New Zealand – English.

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Masterton Young Citizens Club

Masterton Young Citizens Club has been open for the community since 1957. We are primarily a boxing gym, although over the past 30 years there have been many different clubs and groups that have used our building on Chapel Street.

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Telling Mary Potter Hospice’s Story

Faced with a limited time to live, people experience a host of very significant and challenging changes. We stand alongside them, supporting and assisting their quality of life, their dying and their bereavement. Mary Potter Hospice looks after one in three people who die in Porirua.

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Thank You Trust House

Birthright Wellington Incorporated is a not for profit community social services organisation dedicated to the well-being of children and young people that are living in families that are led by one person.

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Wairarapa Track and Field

Wairarapa Track and Field aims to provide an experience that is fun, supportive and progressive which develops your child to the best that they can be. We do this by providing opportunities for kids to participate in Athletics through events, developmental opportunities in schools and opportunities to be competitive.

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Disability Resource Centre HB Trust

Disability Resource Centre HB Trust (DRC – Living Life Connected), promotes independence by offering a quality service to enhance inclusion in the Hawke’s Bay community. Its vision is a society that is good for and to all. It provides a quality employment service, enables people with disabilities to achieve their aspirations, provides free, objective information to people with disabilities, and provides a positive, caring and supportive environment.

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Wai Games create big stage for Years 7 & 8

A Wairarapa winter sports tournament for Year 7 and 8 students has the potential to attract schools from all over the lower North Island.
Organisers of the inaugural Wai Games, scheduled for the Term Two school holidays in July, believe the region has the facilities and infrastructure to successfully host such a tournament annually.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawke’s Bay make meaningful, supervised matches between adult volunteers and tamariki (young people) ages 6 through to 12.  We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of tamariki.

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