Skip to main content

2018 successful applicants

NORTHLAND

Waitangi Day Commemorations Committee

Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Waitangi

3, 4, 5 and 6 February 2018

National commemorations at Waitangi

$83,929

Waitangi Ltd

Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Waitangi

3, 4, 5 and 6 February 2018

Events programme including pre-Waitangi Day events at Waitangi

$56,071

Awarua Community Trust

Ururangi Marae and Te Patoa, Tokawhero Rd, Awarua

6 February 2018

A community-focused celebration of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

$2,000

Whangaroa Papa Hapū

Waikoura Domain, Whangaroa

2 February 2018

Exhibits, presentations, and local guides to raise awareness of Whangaroa hapū involvement in the signing of Te Tiriti.

$1,500

Onerahi Resource Centre

Sherwood Park, Onerahi

6 February 2018

Whānau fun day.

$1,000

AUCKLAND

Auckland Council

Hayman Park, Manukau, South Auckland

6 February 2018

A free to the public, one day family friendly event that commemorates the 178th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

$10,000

Te Whanau o Waipareira

Hoani Waititi Marae, Oratia, West Auckland

6 February 2018

Large marae-based community event.

$10,000

Piritahi Marae Trust

Piritahi Marae, Waiheke Island

6 February 2018

Marae-based whānau day.

$1,000

Kelston Community Hub Incorporated

Kelston Community Hub, 68 St Leonards Rd, Kelston

3 February 2018

Tūrangawaewae themed event at community hub, targeted to migrant communities.

$1,000

WAIKATO

Raukawa Charitable Trust

Tokoroa

6–10 February 2018

Festival of Cultures – The Treaty, the Foundation of Our Nationhood.

$7,000

Taupo District Council

Riverside Park, Taupo

6 February 2018

Taupo District Council is working with the Waitahanui community and Pakira Marae to host the Taupo District’s Waitangi festival.

$5,000

Paeroa Community Support Trust

Paeroa Domain

6 February 2018

Community Celebration on Waitangi Day.

$3,000

Matamata-Piako District Council’s Te Manawhenua Forum mō Matamata-Piako

Matamata Domain and SwimZone Matamata

6 February 2018

Our Waitangi Day: what Waitangi Day means to people.

$1,500

Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato

Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato

6 February 2018

Free family and community day at Waikato Museum with performances and workshops.

$1,000

Colville Social Services Collective

Otautu Bay, Colville

10 February 2018

Kōrero, waiata, mōteatea and practical activities using waka ama.

$1,000

BAY OF PLENTY

Tauranga City Council

Base of Hopukiore / Mt Durie

6 February 2018

Dawn service and community celebration.

$1,500

Maketu Community Development & Maketu Taiapure

Whakaue Marae, Maketu

6 February 2018

Waitangi celebration themed ‘Honouring Our Treasures’.

$2,000

GISBORNE

Te Aitanga a Hauiti Centre of Excellence

Tolaga Bay Area School

5 February – 7 June 2018

Based on the kaupapa of Treaty and Citizenship, four months of activities and wānanga.

$3,768

Ka Pai Kaiti

Churchill Park, Gisborne

6 February 2018

Community event – public talks, cultural performances, languages and kai.

$3,000

Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust

Whakato Road, Manutuke

May 2018

Commemorative activities.

$5,000

HAWKE’S BAY

Waitangi Festival @ Clive

Farndon Park, Clive, Hastings

6 February 2018

Treaty pageant re-enactment and family entertainment.

$3,000

Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Inc

Hawke’s Bay Sports Park, Hastings

6 February 2018

An event to commemorate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi between Ngāti Kahungunu and the Crown.

$3,000

Rongomaraeroa Marae

Rongomaraeroa Marae, Porangahau

24 June 2018

Marae experience, Treaty re-enactment, festival, wānanga.

$2,600

TARANAKI

Paepae In The Park Incorporated

Corner of Chester and Egmont St, Patea

6 February 2018

Family-friendly music event in South Taranaki.

$2,500

New Plymouth District Council

Puke Ariki Landing, New Plymouth

6 February 2018

Celebrate, entertain and educate, in a fun, family-friendly environment, the significance of Waitangi Day.

$2,000

Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki Inc

Whanau Ora Room, Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki, 62 Powderham St, New Plymouth

5–9 February 2018

A community-focused week of interactive and educational workshops and activities.

$4,000

MANAWATU/WHANGANUI

Muaupoko Tribal Authority

Lake Horowhenua, Levin

6 February 2018

Showcase of local talent celebrated at Lake Horowhenua.

$6,000

Whakawhanake Limited

Pākaitore, Whanganui

6 February 2018

Connecting Whanganui as a community.

$5,000

WELLINGTON

Orongomai Marae Community Centre Trust

Orongomai Marae, Railway Avenue, Maidstone, Upper Hutt

6 February 2018

Community day – key speaker, informational stalls, food stalls, entertainment, poi-making workshops, raranga workshops and costume display.

$3,000

Kia Kaha Productions

Wellington waterfront, east of Te Papa Museum

6 February 2018

Musical/spoken-word event on Wellington Waterfront – ‘Waitangi Alert’.

$1,000

Porirua City Council

Porirua Harbour Waterfront and Takapūwāhia Marae

6 February 2018

Waka ama themed Waitangi Day celebration – ‘New Zealand’s largest outside Waitangi’.

$15,000

NELSON/MARLBOROUGH

Ngati Toa Rangatira Manawhenua Ki Te Tau Ihu Trust

Leaving from Seymour Square, Blenheim, at 10am

17 June 2018

Hīkoi to Port Underwood to celebrate the local signing of the Treaty of Waitangi on 17 June 2018.

$3,682

Whakatu Marae Committee Incorporation

Whakatu Marae and Founders Heritage Park

6 February 2018

Kai festival shared between two venues: Whakatu Marae and Founders Heritage Park.

$5,000

Ngāti Koata Trust

Te Mārua, Rangitoto ki te Tonga/d’Urville Island, Marlborough Sounds

11 May 2018

Treaty commemoration on d’Urville Island to commemorate the eleven Ngāti Koata chiefs who signed Te Tiriti on 11 May 1840 at Te Mārua on Rangitoto ki te Tonga (d’Urville Island).

$3,000

WEST COAST

Poutini Waiora

Victoria Square, Westport

6 February 2018

Community day with a health focus.

$1,000

Grey District Council

Dixon Park, Greymouth

6 February 2018

Waitangi Day community picnic.

$1,500

Westland District Council

Custom House, Hokitika

6 February 2018

A family friendly event providing cultural and artistic performances and contemporary and colonial music.

$5,000

CANTERBURY

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

6 February 2018

Family friendly event incorporating cultural performances.

$2,500

You We Me Us

Trousselot Park, Kaiapoi

6 February 2018

A family day of celebration of our history.

$2,000

Northgate Community Services Trust

Held on consecutive Saturdays at 95a Sawyers Arms Road, Papanui, Christchurch

3 and 10 February 2018

A two day Treaty education workshop held over two consecutive Saturdays prior and following Waitangi Day.

$2,000

Cheviot Community Culture Club

Gore Bay, Cheviot

3 February 2018

Treaty trail, based on the Amazing Race concept.

$3,950

OTAGO

Queenstown Lakes District Council

Earnslaw Park, Queenstown and Lake Front, Wanaka

6 February 2018

Free community events in Queenstown and Wanaka.

$2,000

SOUTHLAND

Te Anau Waitangi 2018

DOC Visitor Centre and Lions Park, Te Anau

6 February 2018

Full-day programme of events aimed to involve the community and especially children, local people and tourists.

$3,000

OUTER ISLANDS

Chatham Community Focus Trust

The Plum Tree, Rapanui Road, Chatham Islands

3 February 2018

Family picnic day celebrating the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

$2,000

 


Updated on 7th February 2018