It is recognised that not all Ngati Whakaue Iwi descendants are shareholders or beneficiaries in Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust. In order to enable individuals who are not shareholders or beneficiaries of shareholders in Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust to receive benefits, the Trustees will consider applications where whakapapa to Ngati Whakaue is established.
In keeping with other Ngati Whakaue entities, it has been agreed that the hapu of Ngati Whakaue be recognised as the 6 hapu koromatua; – Hurunga Te Rangi, Pukaki, Rangi I Waho, Taeotu, Te Roro o Te Rangi and Tunohopu.
If you would like to apply for financial support from the Pukeroa Oruawhata Charitable Trust, please refer to the Grant Categories, download the appropriate application form, complete all sections and attach all documentation requested. Forms may be downloaded from this website or collected from the office of Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust, Level 1/1176 Amohau St, Rotorua.
- Any treatment, service or endeavour for which the applicant is applying must be undertaken in New Zealand.
- All incorrectly completed or incomplete forms will be rejected. The Trustees will not be seeking further information.
- There will be no urgent requests.
- Repairs to residential properties: The Trust will not fund the cost of repairs/improvements to privately owned residential properties except in exceptional circumstances where the charitable purpose can be clearly demonstrated.
THE TRUSTEES DECISION IS FINAL AND NO CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE ENTERED INTO.
Grant Application Closure Dates 2019:
10th April, 14th May, 11th June, 9th July, 13th August, 10th September, 8th October, 12th November, 10th December.
Meeting is held the following week with the applicant and /or supplier being notified of the outcome a few days after the meeting (supplier by email, applicant by email and/or letter).