WHERE WE GIVE BACK
$854,563 in making our city more vibrant through arts, culture, and sports activities with 66 grants
$1,930,901 invested across 54 grants to focus on health and the first 1,000 days
10 grants worth a total of $192,000 into projects relating to energy and the environment
$1,250,291 across 67 grants to improve education and employment opportunities for our young people
78 grants and a total of $960,484 to strengthening our community
WORKING TOGETHER TO CREATE A BETTER ROTORUA FOR ALL
If you’re doing something great in our community, you could be eligible for funding.
We support a wide range of not-for-profit organisations and groups from across the Rotorua community.
MO TATAU KATOA
FOR ALL OF US
HOW DO YOU GET FUNDING?
Find out who we give grants to
Find out if you’re eligible for funding
Complete the online application form
OUR LATEST NEWS
Plans for a new multi-use Wingspan National Centre for Birds of Prey have been given a $100,000 boost by Rotorua Trust. To be constructed on a leasehold property owned by Ngāti Whakaue Tribal Lands at the base of Mount Ngongotaha, the Centre will be used for education, research and rehabilitation purposes. The Centre will also… Read More »Wingspan to scale up and provide new job opportunities
SO FAR WE HAVE HELPED
invested into Rotorua in 2021
grants given in 2021
given back to Rotorua over the past 27 years