Hauraki Māori Trust Board
(as trustee of the Pare Hauraki Fishing Trust)
Mātauranga (Culture and Arts) Grants 2020
The purpose of this grant is to support events and activities promoting Māori culture, arts and crafts including kapa haka, manu kōrero, tikanga wānanga, waiata as well as participation in the arts and crafts generally including weaving, textiles, fashion, carving, music, drama, poetry, dance, painting, pottery, sculpture, glass works, applied arts & design within the Hauraki rohe, by encouraging the participation of Pare Hauraki individuals and or groups in national or international forums and to acknowledge these achievements and excellence in cultural and artistic pursuits. Mātauranga (Culture and Arts) Grants will be considered all year round.
The following criteria shall apply in the management and funding of Mātauranga (Culture and Arts Grants:
- Grants shall be provided throughout the year provided that applications are made 12 weeks prior to the event or project deadline.
- You may only make one application per financial year.
- Priority will be given to events, initiatives and activities which are being held within the Hauraki rohe and or have a Hauraki focus-kaupapa.
- To be eligible to apply you must whakapapa to one or more of the Hauraki iwi and be registered with the Hauraki Māori Trust Board.
- Applicants must also represent Hauraki at regional, national or international forums.
- Where an application is made on behalf of a group/trust/organisation, at least a significant majority of the persons benefiting from the grant must be registered with the Hauraki Māori Trust Board for the total grant to be applied. Where less than one half of its members whakapapa to one or more of the Hauriki iwi, then only a portion of the total grant will be available.
- The grant does not cover the purchase of fixed assets or capital items, wages, salaries or business ventures.
- A photo of the applicant(s) must be provided with the application.
- The Hauraki Māori Trust Board reserves the right to use your names, photo and other details for publicity and promotional purposes.
- The Hauraki Māori Trust Board has the sole discretion to accept or decline an application that does not meet the criteria. Its decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- A report of the event or purpose for which the grant was given is to be provided to the Board within 8 weeks after the event has occurred. If this is not provided, you may not be eligible for future grants.
Mātauranga (Culture and Arts) Grant Application Form
APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM REGISTERED IWI MEMBERS. TO CHECK IF YOU ARE REGISTERED, FREEPHONE 0508 468 288
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED 12 WEEKS PRIOR TO EVENT