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.

2020-2021 Tu Tama Wahine ki te Ūpoko o te Ika Growing the cultural capacity and karanga skills of wāhine in Te Whanganui-a-Tara $8,000
2020-2021 Kaingahoa marae Opening access to a landlocked urupā $5,000
2020-2021 Te Aroha Kanarahi Trust Project Hoake – support and mentoring for whānau-led businesses on East Cape (Yr 3) $5,000
2020-2021 Te Puea Marae Support for homeless whānau and marae renovations $10,000
2020-2021 Eastern Bay Villages / Te Kokoru Manaakitanga Revitalising traditional tangihanga & funeral practices that are culturally, environmentally and economically sustainable $10,000
2020-2021 Te Kawhiu o Pararaki Charitable Trust Rākai whare, rākai uri – a week of Te Whānau-a-Āpanui cultural activation $10,000
2020-2021 Te Kura-a-Wao Life skills for rangatahi using the bush as the classroom. $10,000
2020-2021 Action Station Donation for operating expenses $1,000
2019-2020 Te Aroha Kanarahi Trust Project Hoake – support and mentoring for whānau-led businesses on East Cape (Yr 2) $5,000
2019-2020 Kai a te Rangatira Creation of a book and  online resources exploring Māori leadership $10,000
2019-2020 Kai Rotorua Support for operating expenses $4,600
2019-2020 Te Tiriti-based Futures + Anti-racism 2020 Training workshops for treaty educators $10,000
2019-2020 Kaumatua health fund Contribution to health costs $1,000
2019-2020 Multi-cultural NZ Contribution towards CE salary $7,000
2019-2020 Te Ara Whatu Support rangatahi to attend UN Climate Change conference in Madrid $6,000
2019-2020 Brothers and Sisters Trust Parent and baby workshops for low income whānau $1,000
2019-2020 Changemakers Refugee Forum Hosting community support groups for former refugees $7,000
2019-2020 Kai a te Rangatira Data storage for videos and interviews of Māori leaders $4,100
2018-2019 Te Aroha Kanarahi Trust Project Hoake – support and mentoring for whānau-led businesses on East Cape $5,000
2018-2019 Tairawhiti REAP Te Wā o Le Vā – exploration of shared Māori and Pacifica whakapapa and tikanga $1,000
2018-2019 Te Kai a te Rangatira Rangatahi interviewing and filming Māori leaders on the nature of Māori leadership $7,570
2018-2019 Te Ara Whatu Support rangatahi to attend UN climate change conference in Poland $6,000
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