Organisations we’ve funded

The following organisations have received funding from the Te Muka Rau Charitable Trust in the last three years – or see earlier grants.

2018-2019 Te Kai o te Rangatira Rangatahi interviewing and filming Māori leaders on the nature of Māori leadership $7,470
2018-2019 Te Ara Whatu Support rangatahi to attend climate change conference in Poland $6,000
2018-2019 Response Research project to gather the stories of pioneering migrant Pacific people $5,000
2018-2019 Kai Rotorua Training course for the team to learn about creating “Living Buildings” $2,425
2018-2019 Whitiora Productions Interviewing survivors of abuse under state care $10,000
2018-2019 Intersex Aotearoa Support for Intersex people and awareness raising $5,000
2017-2018 He Korowai Trust Creation and maintenance of community garden $15,000
2017-2018 Philanthropy NZ Research into tangata whenua representation and diversity in philanthropy $5,000
2017-2018 Action Station Supporting Māori representation in local government $5,000
2017-2018 Together – Kia Kotahi Mai Supporting Māori representation in local government in the Manawatu $5,000
2017-2018 Hui E Community Aotearoa Championing the community sector $5,000
2017-2018 Aotearoa Youth Leadership 10 young Māori to attend the United Nations Indigenous Issues Forum $5,000
2017-2018 Wesley Community Action Low income whānau participation in Parent and Toddler Course $1,594
2017-2018 Kai Rotorua Hikoi ki te Kumara – kumara cultivation learning journey $2,549
2017-2018 Tamaki Treaty Workers Workshop for Treaty Educators to engage with constitutional transformation $2,800
2017-2018 Community Research Contribution to kaupapa Māori research and general operating expenses $10,000
2017-2018 Conscious Consumers Social investment in supporting sustainable consumerism $10,000
2017-2018 Community and trustee decided donations: $1,000 gifts to: Basic Income NZ and Home of Compassion Soup Kitchen
2016-2017 Tiriti Collective Seed funding for Treaty of Waitangi events and resources $5,000
2016-2017 Multicultural NZ Courses about Te Ao Māori for new migrants $20,000
2016-2017 Hui E Community Aotearoa Championing the community sector $5,000
2016-2017 Tukaha Rangatahi Leadership hui $5,000
2016-2017 Community and trustee decided donations: $1,000 gifts to: National Council of Women, Action Station, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Wairarapa Rangatahi, Parihaka Rangatahi, Downtown Community Ministries, Abrahamic Council, Critical Histories, Compassion Trust