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EDS releases Sea Change Tai Timu Tai Pari lessons learned repor

The Environmental Defence Society has released its report Turning the Tide: Integrated marine planning in New Zealand. The report distils lessons from the...
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Youth Development Peak Body on the search for new CEO

The Board of Ara Taiohi, the peak body for youth development, has announced that Executive Offi...
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Rock Pile Building for Native Lizard Habitat

Local conservation group Ngā Uruora is inviting the community to come and help build r...
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Applications now open for Spark Foundation grants

Applications are now open for charitable groups and community organisations in need of funding. Organisations from around the co...
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The 2017 WWF Conservation Innovation Awards are now open.

Nationwide search for conservation innovators kicks off The search is on for big, bold, game-changing ideas and new solutions to New Zealand’s greatest environmental challenges, such as freshwater quality, climate change, species...
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World Rivers Day heralds boost for water quality data

Understanding and improving our waterways requires high quality information and communities can now access the latest on their rivers, lakes and streams thanks to fresh data available today. Yesterday's World Rivers Day highlights the value many peop...
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Kiwis asked to make kererū count!

The Great Kererū Count (GKC) is about to take flight, with New Zealanders across the country being asked to keep their eyes on the skies to help build up a comprehensive picture of where our native pigeon is – and isn’t – found. Join the Coun...
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Applications for $200k Youth Fund 2018 open

Youth Minister Nikki Kaye announced today that applications have opened for Youth Fund 2018. “Youth Fund supports community i...
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Communities are stronger when they are working together - Q & A with Geyser Community Foundation

Communities are stronger when they are working together Q & A with Geyser Community Foundation Executive Officer, Annette Burgess The Geyser Community Foundation is an independent, local, not-for-profi...
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Q & A with Hawke's Bay Foundation

Hawke’s Bay Foundation is our Funding Manager in the Hawke's Bay region.   The Foundation formed back in 2012 when 10 visionary Hawke’s Bay people put some money together to start a fund to give back to the region they love and to inspire other...
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Sunrise Foundation supporting the Gisborne Community

When local communities pull together they can make a signific...
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Youth Connections across Auckland

Youth unemployment is a significant problem in Auckland: in the year to 31 March 2...
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Insights to Social Enterprise World Forum from our TTF team

Last week, Stephen, Kate and John were fortunate to attend the Social Enterprise World Forum in Christchurch. Organised by the Akina Foundation, the Forum attracted over 1000...
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Q & A with Community Waikato, our funding manager for the Waikato region

Community Waikato is our Funding Manager doing a brilliant job in the Waikato region. It gives money away on our behalf to local social service organisations to help build the strength and capacity o...
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Q & A with Acorn Foundation

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Q & A with Anglican Care Network

Anglican Care Network (ACN) is one of our Faith Funding Managers distributing funds on our behalf nationwide. ACN is a nationwide network of social service agencies, parish-based community programmes and inter-church projects or partnerships. Our f...
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Humans of Hendo exhibition and book wows audience

  [caption id="attachment_6448" align="alignnone" width="350"] Sharon, Ethel and Denzyl[/caption...
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