Charitable Trust - Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust
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CHARITABLE TRUST

The Pukeroa Oruawhata Charitable Trust was registered as a charitable entity under the Charities Act 2005 – No. CC54811. The Charitable Trust is funded by donations made by Pukeroa Oruawhata Group entities.

Grant Application Closure Dates 2024

Applications must be received by 5pm on the dates below. The Trustee meeting is held the following week to consider applications. The applicant and/or supplier will be notified of the outcome a few days after the meeting by email or letter.

The closure dates are 16 February, 15 March, 12 April, 17 May, 14 June, 19 July, 16 August, 13 September, 18 October, 15 November and 2 December.

Health

Health grants may be approved up to a maximum of $400 to individual applicants for personal health related matters. Applications will be limited to one application for either eye health, oral health, ear or other health only – (not a combination thereof) per person in any 12 month period.

Health grants are apportioned according to the following;

  1. Eye health – up to a maximum of $400 for any eye health related matter, e.g. spectacles, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  2. Oral health – up to a maximum of $400 for any oral health related matter, e.g. dentures, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  3. Ear health – up to a maximum of $400 for any ear health related matter, e.g. hearing aid/s, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  4. Other health – will be considered at the Trustees discretion.

Health

Health grants may be approved up to a maximum of $400 to individual applicants for personal health related matters. Applications will be limited to one application for either eye health, oral health, ear or other health only – (not a combination thereof) per person in any 12 month period.

Health grants are apportioned according to the following;

  1. Eye health – up to a maximum of $400 for any eye health related matter, e.g. spectacles, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  2. Oral health – up to a maximum of $400 for any oral health related matter, e.g. dentures, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  3. Ear health – up to a maximum of $400 for any ear health related matter, e.g. hearing aid/s, appointments, surgery, examinations, treatment.
  4. Other health – will be considered at the Trustees discretion.

Tangihanga Grants

To financially support the whanau at the time of bereavement a Tangihanga grant of $500 will be available on application for deceased beneficiaries only who clearly demonstrate whakapapa to Ngāti Whakaue.

Other – Discretionary

The Trustees may consider other grant categories/applications at their discretion. The Trust does not provide grants for whanau wananga, transport costs, sports people, sporting events or education. Support for these activities are provided by the Ngāti Whakaue Education Endowment Trust.

Other – Discretionary

The Trustees may consider other grant categories/applications at their discretion. The Trust does not provide grants for whanau wananga, transport costs, sports people, sporting events or education. Support for these activities are provided by the Ngāti Whakaue Education Endowment Trust.

Sponsorship