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MŌ TĀTAU KATOA

FOR ALL OF US

We support a wide range of not-for-profit organisations
and groups from across the Rotorua community.

GRANTS

YEAR AT A GLANCE

Rotorua Trust has granted $3.71 million in the past financial year, benefitting countless Kaupapa and organisations

The 250 grants approved reflect the Trust’s key focus areas

VIBRANCY

$754,470 in making our city more vibrant through arts, culture, and sports activities with 50 grants

HEALTH

$573,985 invested across 33 grants to focus on health and the first 1,000 days

ENVIRONMENT

10 grants worth a total of $300,420 into projects relating to energy and the environment

EDUCATION

$1,120,713 across 63 grants to improve education and employment opportunities for our young people

COMMUNITY

49 grants and a total of $962,398 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.


GET FUNDING

We support a wide range of not-for-profit organisations and groups from across the Rotorua community.


OUR MOTTO

MŌ TĀTAU KATOA

FOR ALL OF US

WHAT’S INVOLVED

HOW DO YOU GET FUNDING?

GRANTS

Find out who we give grants to

CRITERIA

Find out if you’re eligible for funding

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OUR LATEST NEWS

  • Rotorua Trust appoints chair and deputy chair

    Rotorua Trust appoints chair and deputy chair

    The first board meeting following the election of trustees was held today. Stewart Edward and Mike Keefe were unanimously selected as chair and deputy chair of the Rotorua Trust.

granting that reflects our community’s evolving needs

$3.71m

Invested into Rotorua in 2021/2022

COUNTRIES

250

Grants given in 2021/2022

PEOPLE

6

Key focus areas

RAISED

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