Community Grants 2019
10 March 2019 – The Glenorchy Community Trust, is proud to announced the second round of grant funding to support worthy community projects and individuals.
The Trust’s vision is that residents of Glenorchy live in a healthy, regenerative partnership with the natural environment, reflecting the community’s self-reliant, diverse, welcoming and innovative character.
The successful applicants are:
- Glenorchy School – Gymnastics Group
- Glenorchy Medical Clinic
- Glenorchy Community Website
- Sigourney Kelly (in support of post grad degree in nursing)
The next round of grant applications are to be submitted by 11 October 2019 and the successful candidates will be announced on the week commencing 28 October 2019.
Glenorchy Community Trust Announces Inaugural Grant Recipients
GLENORCHY, NEW ZEALAND, 28 November 2018 – The Glenorchy Community Trust, a locally-administered charitable
Directed by a small group of dedicated Trustees, the Glenorchy Community Trust met to assess grant applications and make its first distribution of funds to projects that align with the Trust mission and goals. The Trust’s vision is that residents of Glenorchy live in a healthy, regenerative partnership with the natural environment, reflecting the community’s self-reliant, diverse, welcoming and innovative character.
“We were excited by the quality of the applications and the way they matched the purposes of the Trust. The Trust approved four grants
The successful applicants were:
- Glenorchy Playgroup
- Routeburn Dart Wildlife Trust
- Glenorchy Heritage and Museum Group
- James Glover (in support of Outward Bound participation)
The Glenorchy Trust website will have stories and photos uploaded before Christmas to show the work being done by the
Glenorchy Community Trust
PO Box 135, Glenorchy