KCDC Social Investment Funding

July 2, 2018

Nine local not-for-profit community organisations will receive funding from Council to help them deliver a diverse range of innovative community initiatives to the Kāpiti Coast community.

 

- Kāpiti Youth Support

- Energise

- Ōtaki

- Māoriland Charitable Trust

- Age Concern Kāpiti

- Ngā Hapu o Ōtaki

- Kāpiti Women’s Centre and Kāpiti Living Without Violence

- Volunteer Kāpiti and Kāpiti Impact Trust

- Kāpiti Impact Trust for the Challenge 4 Change programme

 

Last week, a total of $985,000 (to be spent over three years) was allocated through the Council’s contestable social investment fund to support and help grow local initiatives that contribute to Council's three new social investment priorities: connected communities, safe communities, and a capable sector.

 

Mayor K Gurunathan welcomes the opportunity for the Council to partner with organisations on a range of programmes and initiatives that will help our communities thrive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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