There are a range of other local funding opportunities in the south. But before applying make sure you check out their priorities and the types of organisations and projects they fund as they may be different to ours.
We are one of 12 Community Trusts throughout the country and for information about funding opportunities available through other community trusts visit one of the following:
We are committed to the safety and protection of children and young people and our commitment means we will:
We work closely with Child Matters (New Zealand's specialist provider of child protection related training and professional development) and plan to support a range of activities so people and organisations in our area are equipped to protect children and young people and are able to provide environments that are safe.
This Act helps to protect young people and makes sure services and funded providers have child protection policies and processes.
Is a charitable trust that works throughout New Zealand, educating, supporting and inspiring adults to protect children. They have a range of resources and other useful information on their website.
Setting your outcomes is a great user friendly 4 page resource which explains what outcomes are and how to write them.
The following websites contain useful information, resources and tools to help with understanding your impact and how you can develop and measure your outcomes.
The What Works website aims to help community groups to show the value of their work by helping people gather robust data and information to tell a real story about what they are doing and the difference it makes. If you need to reflect on your work, demonstrate effectiveness and keep improving your practice, then What Works is for you.
Their website offers a range of useful evaluation tools including how to set your project's outcomes or how to develop a logic model.
Superu has a range of resources including tools to support evaluation practices and processes.
RBA offers a practical way in which organisations can evaluate the results of their programmes. A number of government agencies are also preferring that the service providers they are contracting with use RBA as it tracks impact at both ‘performance' (how well something was delivered) and ‘population' levels (the ‘real world' effects).