Sports Funding awarded to local Clubs

At their March 2020 Board meeting Trustees considered applications received from six clubs. Clubs were asked to apply under two main priorities; Priority 1:  improved capability, support and retention and Priority 2: Increased opportunities for participation. Trustees...

March 2020 funding

Unfortunately due to Covid19 a number of the applications received for the March Community Funding round were withdrawn due to their projects not being able to proceed.  Grants were awarded to: Parkinsons NZ Charitable Trust – $3,500 Greytown Heritage Trust...

Education once again receives a big boost

Bulk funding grants awarded to Kuranui College, Greytown School, Greytown Kindergarten and Greytown Early Years were recently “handed over” by the Trust’s Chairman, Sid Kempton.  All in all Trustees approved the release of funding totaling $71,600 in support of a...

September 2019 community grant funding round

The Trust received a total of 12 applications seeking grant funding totalling $17,430 against available funding of $12,500.  After careful consideration of each application on its merits Trustees approved grants to the following groups and individuals: $280       ...

March 2019 community grant funding round

In the March 2019 community grant funding round the Trust awarded grants to the following: Alexander Southey, $1,000 (pledge) Parkinson’s New Zealand, $2,200 Wairarapa Balloon Society Inc (Festival), $1,000 Greytown Rugby Football Club, $540 Alex Clark,...

Greytown Trust Lands Trust keeps local firefighters mobile

Greytown Volunteer Fire Brigade has taken delivery of a new operational support vehicle, thanks to a mammoth fundraising effort boosted by a $12,250 grant from Greytown Trust Lands Trust. The brigade raised $23,000 themselves through donations, cutting and selling...