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Funding Opportunity

December 05, 2013 at 11:41 AM

The ASB Community Trust has identified its next

  • Focus area as young people aged 12 to 24 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).
  • Priority population: Māori, Pacific or young people from high need communities
  • Priority NEET group: young people who have an increased risk of social exclusion:
    • young people likely to be out of school, work or training for six months or more
    • young people who are not in (or at high risk of not being in) school, work or training while under the age of 16

This fund is targeted at a small number of organisations able and ready to work in a strategic and fully engaged partnership over the term of the grant (up to five years). If your grant is approved, Trust staff and the Centre for Social Impact team will work with you over the term of your grant to support capability building in the areas of:

  • Programme development
  • Organisational development
  • Leadership development
  • Self-evaluation
  • Sustainability planning

If you are interested in applying for this fund, you must discuss your proposal with Shalini Pillai. Please book a time to meet or have a phone conversation with Shalini. You can then receive a proposal to complete prior to the closing date on 24 January. Please plan to meet with Shalini in advance of the closing date to enable you the time required to complete the proposal and submit your supporting documentation.

Shalini Pillai
High Engagement Senior Advisor
shalini@asbcommunitytrust.org.nz
360 0291 / 021 522 066

The ASB Fund office closes over Christmas and reopens on 13 January 2014.

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 24 January 2014



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