Active Southland is proud to be managing Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa on behalf of Sport NZ in our region.
About the fund:
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa provides funding for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki (5-11 year olds) and rangatahi (12 -18 year olds) and young women up to the age of 24 years old. Please note that your application must be for a programme or project for up to 12 months (i.e. you cannot apply for costs past a 12-month delivery period).
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We have supported over 85 local organisations and distributed $405,000 to get more tamariki and rangatahi active in Southland. The key philosophies of using insights, physical literacy and being locally led are supporting young people to be active in a way they want to be.
Applications open for 2022/2023 funding rounds.
We are receiving applications that take innovative approaches to engaging our priority groups in quality play, active recreation and sport experiences in ways that meet their needs.
Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa provides funding for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki (5-11 year olds) and rangatahi (12 -18 year olds) and young women up to the age of 24 years old.
This fund has a particular focus on groups who are less active, including girls and young women, disabled people and those living in higher deprivation communities.
Regards, the Active Southland Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa team.
Project fund – under $10k applications
Round 1 closes 29th July
Round 2 closes 31st August
Round 3 closes 30th September
Round 4 closes 31st October
Round 5 closes 25th November
Round 6 close 30th January 23
Round 7 closes 28th February 23
Round 8 closes 30th March 23
Round 9 closes 30th April 23
Round 10 closes 31 May 23
Major fund – over 10k (max 50k)
Round 1 closes 2nd September 22
Round 2 closes 18th November 22
Round 3 closes 15th February 23
Round 4 closes 30th May 23
Have a great idea and want to talk it over with someone at Active Southland?