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|Record Application||Opening Date||Closing Date||Closing Date Status||Closing Date Notes||Grant Name||Funder Name||Funding Criteria||Eligibility||Exclusions||Legal Requirements||Categories||Past Funded||Application Information||$ Range||Grant Range Notes||Geographic Area||Website||Contact||Phone||New|
|Anytime||Anytime||Submission closes on the last Friday of each month. It is expected successful applicants will be contacted within a month of submission.||Chester Foundation Community Development Grants||Chester Foundation||Funding to enhance the lives of disadvantaged populations within communities through art, festivals, youth events, projects focussing on inclusion and community togetherness.||Applicants must be incorporated groups or auspiced by a registered charity.||Retrospective, salaries, travel, projects that benefit an individual only.||Incorporated society/group||Cultural Diversity & Inclusion; Events; Local Projects; At-Risk Youth||$2600 for Summer Sk8 Park Festival in Upper Hutt; $3500 for artAbilities workshop for children living with a disability; $1500 for Seniors Meetup artworks and benches in Green Park.||Visit http://www.chesterfoundation.com for guidelines and online application.||Under $5,000||Generally under $5000. Larger amounts considered case by case||Waikato; Hutt; Upper Hutt; Wellington; Carterton; Kapiti Coast; Masterton; Australia||http://www.chestercommunitiesfoundation.co.nz||-|
|Anytime||Anytime||Applications will be accepted anytime. Applicants are expected to be notified within 4-6 weeks of submission.||Computer Technologies for Communities Grants||The Education & Employment Fund||Provides funding for schools and community groups to cover hardware and software costs in order to ensure everyone in Australia and New Zealand has access to better technologies. Through the Computer Technologies for Communities Grants, the Education Group hopes to build the capacity of communities to innovate and enjoy creative expression through ICT. Requests from groups which work with at-risk youth will be given preference.||
A comprehensive list of eligible hardware and software can be found at http://www.theeducationgroup.com/grants-ICT
Applicants must be schools, registered charities, or incorporated groups located in Australia or New Zealand. Priority populations include at-risk youth; schools in economically or geographically disadvantaged regions.
|Retrospective; ongoing software subscriptions; operating systems.||Registered Charity, Incorporated society/group, School||Local Projects; Adult Education; School-Based Education; At-Risk Youth||Guidelines and online applications available at: http://www.theeducationgroup.com/grants-ICT||$20,001 - $50,000||Up to $18,000||New Zealand||http://www.theeducationgroup.com||The Education & Employment Fundfirstname.lastname@example.org||02 8765 4321||-|
|Anytime||Anytime||Tocqueville Foundation Grants||Tocqueville Foundation||The Tocqueville Foundation accepts applications anytime for funding for programs which both address and help to prevent youth homelessness.||Registered charities working nationally, or in Wellington or Auckland are eligible to apply. Preference is given to innovative projects which involve youth leadership and work to increase self-esteem. Projects which additionally tackle intersecting issues such as drug and alcohol abuse, mental health and family relationships will be looked on favorably.||Retrospective; projects which have no focus on youth homelessness prevention; organisations receiving any monies from gambling, alcohol or tobacco companies.||Registered Charity||At-Risk Youth; Disadvantaged Children; Domestic Abuse; Drugs & Alcohol; Housing/Homelessness||
Guidelines and application forms are available at: http://www.tocquevillefoundation.com
Queries about eligibility should be submitted via the website query form.
|$10,001 - $20,000||NZ National; Auckland; Wellington||http://www.tocquevillefoundation.com||-|