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Auckland Council Draft Community Grants Policy

July 17, 2014 at 9:44 AM

Connected, resilient and inclusive communities underpin Auckland’s vision of becoming the world’s most liveable city. The Draft Community Grants Policy will guide the allocation of local and regional grants to groups and organisations that deliver projects, activities and services that benefit our communities and contribute to this vision. The grants programme will support the social, cultural and environmental wellbeing of our people and places.

The draft policy will be open to submissions From 14 July to 5pm, 11 August.

Communtiy Waitakere will be hosting a workshop about the changes to the policy and how you can have your say on the 23 of July at:
The Waitakere Community Resource Centre, 8 Ratanui Street, Henderson

Please register for an NZSL interpreter by Friday 18 July.

To find out more about the draft Community Grants Policy and to provide feedback, visit Shapeauckland

Category: Submissions