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Candidates’ evening this Thursday

Monday 29, July 2019

Do you have what it takes to help create a better Rotorua for all? Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust oversees $156 …
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Trust funds continue to grow

Friday 19, July 2019

Rotorua Trust has grown its total funds by more than $5.4 million in the past 12 months, while at the …
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Funding opens doors for young children

Friday 28, June 2019

For many kids, extracurricular activities and weekends spent on the sports fields are a rite of passage. But for students …
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Rotorua Trust turns 25, celebrates distribution of $111 million into community

Friday 21, June 2019

Normally, birthdays are about getting gifts – but for Rotorua Trust it’s all about what it has given over the …
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$70K grant to Rotorua programme teaching life skills

Tuesday 4, June 2019

Families lacking basic skills such as knowing how to cook, clean or budget will soon have somewhere to turn, thanks …
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Rotorua Trust gifts Neighbourhood Support a much-needed car

Friday 17, May 2019

Rotorua’s Neighbourhood Support got more than they bargained for when the Rotorua Trust gifted them the car they had been …
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Dyslexia expert to speak in Rotorua

Friday 10, May 2019

Rotorua people will get the opportunity to learn about living, or supporting someone, with dyslexia when an internationally renowned expert …
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Ideas pitched to Rotorua Trust

Monday 25, February 2019

From a roller blading venue to a food hub to eradicating catfish – locals have plenty of ideas about making …
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Share your ideas to make Rotorua a better place for all

Tuesday 5, February 2019

Rotorua Trust is calling for individuals or groups to share their ideas on how to make Rotorua a better place …
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Rotorua organisations given 500,000 reasons to smile

Thursday 31, January 2019

More than 100 Rotorua groups have had a boost to their budgets, sharing funding of $511,800 a year for the …
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