NZCT grants over $550,000 for August-Sept

More than half a million dollars has been returned to this district by the New Zealand Community Trust in the past two months.

Total grants to the region for September amounted to $324,601, following on from the August total of $208,742.

Last month, Gisborne Boys’ High School was granted $90,119 towards vans while Gisborne Mountain Bike Club got $60,000 towards the upgrade of mountain bike trails at Whataupoko Reserve.

Ngatapa Public Hall Association received $1725 to help pay for a new power supply from the school to the community hall.

Parafed Gisborne Tairawhiti was granted $25,211 towards the salary of a regional development coordinator, and for expenses, including travel accommodation and uniforms, involved with taking part in the Halberg Games in Auckland.

Poverty Bay Cricket Association was granted $47,500 towards the salaries of a junior development officer and operations manager.

St Mary’s Catholic School got $3826 toward bus hire for a years 5 and 6 end-of-year camp.

Uawa Sports Club was granted $19,204 for playing and training equipment for netball and basketball teams.

Wainui Surf Life Saving Club received $77,015 to help pay for the salary of a head coach, surf skis, canoes and paddles, and wages of assistant coaches.

East Coast Rugby Football Union was given $70,644 towards salaries of the chief executive, competitions administrator and rugby development officer, St John medical services, and travel and accommodation to Heartland Championship games in various North Island locations.

Eastland Sports Foundation Education Trust was granted $81,860 towards athlete fees, talent development and shirts for the Tairawhiti Rising Legends programme, lighting, salaries of the community sport adviser and event coordinator, and sound system hire.

Gisborne HSOB Cricket Club was granted $8711 to help pay for uniforms, equipment and balls.

Mangapapa School got $35,000 towards its new pool and physical education changing sheds.

Musical Theatre Gisborne was granted $6000 toward heat pumps.

Tolaga Bay Area School was granted $6526 towards accommodation at a marae while attending the AIMS Games in Tauranga, and for badminton rackets and shuttlecocks.

Gaming venues that contributed to te NZCT grants were Aladdin’s, Bollywood Star, Brezz’n Sports Bar, Kaiti TAB, Shipwreck, Sugar and Uncle Val’s.

More than half a million dollars has been returned to this district by the New Zealand Community Trust in the past two months.

Total grants to the region for September amounted to $324,601, following on from the August total of $208,742.

Last month, Gisborne Boys’ High School was granted $90,119 towards vans while Gisborne Mountain Bike Club got $60,000 towards the upgrade of mountain bike trails at Whataupoko Reserve.

Ngatapa Public Hall Association received $1725 to help pay for a new power supply from the school to the community hall.

Parafed Gisborne Tairawhiti was granted $25,211 towards the salary of a regional development coordinator, and for expenses, including travel accommodation and uniforms, involved with taking part in the Halberg Games in Auckland.

Poverty Bay Cricket Association was granted $47,500 towards the salaries of a junior development officer and operations manager.

St Mary’s Catholic School got $3826 toward bus hire for a years 5 and 6 end-of-year camp.

Uawa Sports Club was granted $19,204 for playing and training equipment for netball and basketball teams.

Wainui Surf Life Saving Club received $77,015 to help pay for the salary of a head coach, surf skis, canoes and paddles, and wages of assistant coaches.

East Coast Rugby Football Union was given $70,644 towards salaries of the chief executive, competitions administrator and rugby development officer, St John medical services, and travel and accommodation to Heartland Championship games in various North Island locations.

Eastland Sports Foundation Education Trust was granted $81,860 towards athlete fees, talent development and shirts for the Tairawhiti Rising Legends programme, lighting, salaries of the community sport adviser and event coordinator, and sound system hire.

Gisborne HSOB Cricket Club was granted $8711 to help pay for uniforms, equipment and balls.

Mangapapa School got $35,000 towards its new pool and physical education changing sheds.

Musical Theatre Gisborne was granted $6000 toward heat pumps.

Tolaga Bay Area School was granted $6526 towards accommodation at a marae while attending the AIMS Games in Tauranga, and for badminton rackets and shuttlecocks.

Gaming venues that contributed to te NZCT grants were Aladdin’s, Bollywood Star, Brezz’n Sports Bar, Kaiti TAB, Shipwreck, Sugar and Uncle Val’s.

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