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Whai Ora, Whiti Ora Fund
The Mental Health Foundation with support from the Ministry of Health, are taking applications for their Whai Ora, Whiti Ora Fund, that is designed to help you help them through for the next three months. The grant is up to $20,000 from a total pool of $200,000 and applications are open until 5pm, Thursday 28 May 2020. Apply here: Whai Ora, Whiti Ora Fund or for any questions you can email Gina Giordani at email@example.com
Criteria required for the applications:
- Are led by a charitable organisation, or a community group backed by a charitable organisation.
- Show how your project will tautoko/support, inform and keep tāngata whaiora/people with mental health and addictions challenges connected during COVID-19.
- Show us how receiving the grant will sustain your mahi/work during COVID-19.
- Describe how your mahi reaches and supports priority groups, if it does.
- Include tāngata whaiora in your mahi.
- Talk about how your mahi ties to and enhances other COVID-19 response services and information sources.
- Describe how your mahi can reach tāngata whaiora and their whānau.
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Business advisory funding available
RUN is a registered service with the Regional Business Partner (RBP) Network, as part of the Covid-19 Business Advisory Fund. This means small and medium sized businesses may qualify for funding to help pay for some of our advisory services to support them through Covid-19 and beyond. Funding is only available through the RBP Growth Advisors. For more information you can visit www.regionalbusinesspartners.co.nz
Should Te Matatini 2020 be postponed?
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Calling for submissions
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Inquiry into the operation of the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020
Te Ao with Moana Maniapoto provides some overview about the Covid-19 Public Health Response Bill. Watch the story here.
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