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Auckland Council's new funding policy

February 26, 2015 at 11:15 AM

In December 2014, Auckland adopted a new Community Grants Policy. The new policy comes into effect on 1 July 2015 and will create a fairer, simpler and more accessible funding programme.  Grants will be available to individuals and community organisations working in arts and culture, community development, events, environment and natural heritage, historic heritage, and sports and recreation.


The new programme includes:

  • 21 local grants programmes to support local activities (including the ability for local boards to work together to allocate grants for activities that cross several local board areas)
  • Six new regional grants programmes to support regionally significant projects and organisations.


You can find out more about the new grants programmes in the attached ‘Frequently Asked Questions’, which are also available on the council website at


If you would like any further information, phone the Auckland Council call centre on 09 301 0101 and ask to speak to your local funding advisor.

Read the FAQs here


Category: Community Notices