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Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 1 October 2018.
IMPORTANT: Before you begin this form please ensure that you have the following documents available to attach.
  1. Proof of entity status (if you are a recognised entity and this is the first time you have applied for the fund) - See Section A4
  2. A detailed account of your proposed event (no more than one A4 page) - See Section B1
  3. Two letters of support for your event. These are to be current and specific to the event. See Section D1
  4. If you experience any problems with this form please email waitangi.fund@mch.govt.nz.
 
You will be notified of the outcome of your application during November 2018.

 

SECTION A: OVERVIEW
If you have a registered name, please use this
A2. Contact details
If different from above
Main contact
If applicable
Secondary contact
If applicable
A3. Application details
If NO, you do not need to answer A4 and A6
Please attach proof of entity status (ONE of the following: current constitution or trust deed and certificate of incorporation, letter from your District Māori Council/appropriate iwi authority, copy of a Māori Land Court Order, Bank account details, proof of organisational structure and/or copies of minutes of meetings/annual general meetings)
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt rtf pdf doc docx odt.
A5. Multiple organisations
SECTION B: EVENT
Please also attach a detailed account of your event and how it relates to the Fund's criteria (no more than one typed A4 page)
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt rtf html pdf doc docx odt.
Applicants should demonstrate how recognition of the Treaty of waitangi and New Zealand nationhood is a central theme to their event See criteria for the Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund
SECTION C: EVENT MANAGEMENT AND COSTS
$
You may be required to submit a complete budget upon request
$
Please be aware that the full amount may not be available but your organisation may be granted part of this amount

C3. Please list in order of priority, the most important items that require fundng. Please do not include the cost of volutary labour

One
$
Two
$
Three
$
Four
$
One
$
Two
$
Three
$
Four
$
C5. Project support
"In kind" support is support by way of goods and/or services, rather than money. Instead of giving money to buy needed goods and services, the goods and services themselves are given
If yes, please name the sources, the type of in-kind support and indicate whether that support has been approved
Our expectation is that events will be open to the public and be free of charge (a small koha, e.g. gold coin donation, may be acceptable for some events
$
I your are charging an entrance fee please list the amount
what is your reasoning for charging an entrance fee?
Please describe how your event will meet the accessibility needs of your community, including people with limited mobility and other disabilities?
SECTION D: EXTERNAL SUPPORT

D1. Please attach two letters of community or official support of the event and include contact details of the providers. The letters must be current and specific to the event

We recommend one letter be from your local council and one from your local iwi 

D1.a First Letter
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt rtf pdf doc docx odt.
If applicable
If applicable
D1.a Second Letter
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt rtf pdf doc docx odt.
If applicable
If applicable
SECTION E: PERSONAL INFORMATION NOTICE

Information about applications provided to Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage will be held by the Chief Executive for the purpose of permitting the Ministry to assess and evaluate the application, and to administer the grant.

Information supplied may be passed onto other relevant agencies to assist with the evaluation of the proposal.

Names of the grant recipients and the amounts will be made public. This information will be published on the Ministry’s website and may be published elsewhere from time to time.

Each applicant consents to the use and disclosure of their personal and other information in the manner as described above. If requested information with respect to the applicant is not supplied, the application may be declined for consideration.

Applicants and those who support the event may, under the Privacy Act 1993, request access to and correction of their personal information by the Ministry. These requests must be in writing.

The Chief Executive is subject to the Official Information Act and may be required to release information in terms of that Act.

SECTION F: DECLARATION

This application must be supported by at least two people. One person must be either the Director, Chief Executive or Trustee of the organisation.

The details we have given in all sections of the application are true and correct to the best of our knowledge. We have authority to commit our organisation to this application and we understand and will meet the requirements of this Fund. In signing this form, and if this application is successful, we agree to provide Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage with an evaluation and expenditure report ONE month after the event.

Second Person
By ticking this box you confirm you are the person above
First Person
By ticking this box you confirm you are the person above

Updated on 20th August 2018