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TPH Funding Round Now Open

September 18, 2014 at 9:36 AM

Te Punanga Haumaru supports community action to prevent bullying of children and young people. It builds on the experience and expertise that already exists in communities, and encourages projects that are collaborative, have support from across the community and a clear plan to drive positive change.

Applications are now open for funding - communities can apply for funding for new projects or funding to continue momentum of current projects. This round closes 4pm Friday 10 October 2014.


To find out more visit the Te Punanga Haumaru website.

Category: Community Notices