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Massey Matters Funding Update

October 30, 2013 at 3:49 PM

Massey Matters Fund for organisations in the Massey community. Download form here and guidelines for funding. These are also available from the Massey Community House or Massey CAB.

Massey Matters community development organization aimed at improving quality of life in Massey. Priorities will be given to following:

  • Activities and training for youth (13-18 year olds)
  • Environmental projects
  • Neighbourhood Pride projects e.g. street activities
  • Projects that strengthen the Health and wellbeing of families and residents
  • Projects that Enhance and support quality of life for our senior citizens
  • Projects around Family Violence at grassroots level
  • Projects that support promote ethnic and culturally diverse groups
  • Projects aimed to ensure children are healthy, ready to learn and get a great start in life.

Contact Sam by email or Phone 09 832 0431 Mobile 021826314 for more information or queries.

Applications closing 9 November

Category: Community Notices