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Massey Matters Matching Fund

May 07, 2014 at 6:14 PM

The Massey Matters Matching fund is open until May 31st.

The Massey Matters Matching Fund aims to assist residents that contribute to the wellbeing of the community.

The fund priorities are as follows:

  • Building social connections between neighbours
  • Participation in a community activity
  • Enabling residents to develop different skills
  • Renewal and revitalisation of places and spaces within the neighbourhood
  • Projects which improve the quality of life for local residents

The application requires two residents to complete, they must live within the Massey Matters funding boundaries (which includes part of West Harbour).  The project must take place within the Massey/West Harbour area and be of the benefit to Massey residents.

For more information please visit our website www.masseymatters.org.nz contact or contact Olga at Massey Matters on 832-0431 for any assistance.



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