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Ways to give through the Te Awa Community Foundation

 

Te Awa Community Foundation offers a simple way of helping you contribute to your community while protecting your gift so it continues to help the people and places you care about.


We understand you care about your community as much as we do. Kiwis are some of the most generous people in the world contributing their resources be it charity or volunteering to ensure their communities can thrive. We are proud to call ourselves a community foundation. We empathise with needs and requirements facing our communities, and are working  to ensure every donation goes to local causes.

  • Kai Security Fund

    Let’s Grow Kai - Growing Gardens & Communities (GG&C)

    GG&C installs garden beds in the homes of those who struggle to afford to do this by themselves and provides ongoing support and mentorship. 

    The Manawatū Food Action Network will work in close collaboration with GG&C and the wider community to provide logistical support and facilitate the purchase and planting of fruit trees alongside the gardens. By supporting people through community gardens, in-home gardening, urban farming, and social enterprise whanau will be able to not only provide their own fresh healthy produce but grow extra for their neighbours.

    To Find out more information please click the Read More or Giving Options + button below 

    Giving Options
  • Tararua District Endowment Funds

    The Tararua District Council has partnered with The Te Awa Community Foundation to create local funds that ensure people in our communities can give and invest for the benefit of the place where they live. 

    Council has seed funded seven local Te Awa funds, to learn more click either the Read More or Giving Options + button below.

    For more about communities in the Tararua District, visit the council's website: https://www.tararuadc.govt.nz/living-here/our-towns

     

    Giving Options
  • Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre Endowment Fund

    The Pūkaha reserve at Mount Bruce, Tararua is a restored forest and captive breeding site, home to endangered wildlife such as kiwi, pāteke, whio, takahē, kōkako, kākā, tuturuatu and tuna.

    To find out more information please click the Read More or Giving Opportunities + button below. 

     

    Giving Options