We are delighted to approve capacity building support for 16 Tindall Foundation-funded small community organisations for 2014. The programme will be delivered by community consultancy organisation NFP Works who we have worked with for the past five years. They will complete a range of capacity building functions to strengthen their organisations helping to improve capability, efficiency and helping them to achieve improved organisational outcomes.

Jo Taite, Change Process Manager, at Ngati Kahungunu ki Poneke Community Services in wellington had this to say when we told him his orgnisation had been approved

“Thank you so much! We really appreciate firstly that we have been considered for this type of support and even more that we have been successful in getting some support! A wonderful piece of news for us.”

Kerri Graham from Naenae Youth Charitable Trust says, “With the help of the Capacity Building grant we are hoping to achieve a dynamic strategic plan, including a clear succession plan, and a robust foundation based on strong fundraising principles, which will allow for future replication of our model.”

The 16 successful organisations include:






The 2014 recipients will bring the total number of recipients over the last 8 years up to 150 small community organisations.