I hereby give notice that an ordinary meeting of the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee will be held on:

 

Date:                      

Time:

Meeting Room:

Venue:

 

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

9.00am

Waitematā Local Board Room
52 Swanson Street
Auckland

 

Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee

 

OPEN AGENDA

 

 

 

MEMBERSHIP

 

Chairperson

Pippa Coom

 

Deputy Chairperson

Deborah Yates

 

Members

Shale Chambers

 

 

Rob Thomas

 

 

(Quorum 2 members)

 

 

 

Sibyl Mandow

Democracy Advisor

 

13 July 2016

 

Contact Telephone: (09) 307 6071

Email: sibyl.mandow@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Website: www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

 

 


 

 

 


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ITEM   TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                        PAGE

1          Welcome                                                                                                                         5

2          Apologies                                                                                                                        5

3          Declaration of Interest                                                                                                   5

4          Confirmation of Minutes                                                                                               5

5          Leave of Absence                                                                                                          5

6          Acknowledgements                                                                                                       5

7          Petitions                                                                                                                          5

8          Deputations                                                                                                                    5

9          Public Forum                                                                                                                  5

9.1     Cliff Freeman - Auckland Badminton Association                                           6

9.2     Dietrich Soakai - Action Education                                                                    6

9.3     Deborah White - NZ Contemporary Art Trust                                                  6

9.4     Sam Judd - Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust                                      6

9.5     Adrienne Hunt and Terence Greenslade - Essentially Men Education Trust     7

9.6     Janette Howe - Pipikids International Film and Media Festival t/a Screenies     7

9.7     Lucia Loheni - Catholic Social Services                                                            7

9.8     Kerry-Ann Stanton - Auckland Dance Company                                             7

9.9     Sandra Kailahi and Gina Williams - Matua Atina'e Incorporated                   8

9.10   Peter Burch - Royal New Zealand Airforce Association - Auckland Branch 8

9.11   Kevin Sherlock - St. Patrick's Cathedral Heritage Foundation                      8

10        Extraordinary Business                                                                                                8

11        Notices of Motion                                                                                                          9

12        Waitemata Local Board Quick Response Grants: Round One 2016/2017            11

13        Waitemata Local Board Local Grants: Round One 2016/2017                               43  

14        Consideration of Extraordinary Items 

 

 


1          Welcome

 

2          Apologies

 

At the close of the agenda no apologies had been received.

 

3          Declaration of Interest

 

Members are reminded of the need to be vigilant to stand aside from decision making when a conflict arises between their role as a member and any private or other external interest they might have.

 

4          Confirmation of Minutes

 

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee confirms the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Wednesday, 22 June 2016 as a true and correct record.

 

5          Leave of Absence

 

At the close of the agenda no requests for leave of absence had been received.

 

6          Acknowledgements

 

At the close of the agenda no requests for acknowledgements had been received.

 

7          Petitions

 

At the close of the agenda no requests to present petitions had been received.

 

8          Deputations

 

Standing Order 3.20 provides for deputations. Those applying for deputations are required to give seven working days notice of subject matter and applications are approved by the Chairperson of the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee. This means that details relating to deputations can be included in the published agenda. Total speaking time per deputation is ten minutes or as resolved by the meeting.

 

At the close of the agenda no requests for deputations had been received.

 

9          Public Forum

 

A period of time (approximately 30 minutes) is set aside for members of the public to address the meeting on matters within its delegated authority. A maximum of 3 minutes per item is allowed, following which there may be questions from members.

 

9.1       Cliff Freeman - Auckland Badminton Association

Cliff Freeman – Auckland Badminton Association, was in attendance to speak about his Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Cliff Freeman for his attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.2       Dietrich Soakai - Action Education

Dietrich Soakai – Action Education, was in attendance to speak about his Quick Response Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Dietrich Soakai for his attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.3       Deborah White - NZ Contemporary Art Trust

Deborah White – NZ Contemporary Art Trust, was in attendance to speak about her Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Deborah White for her attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.4       Sam Judd - Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust

Sam Judd - Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust, was in attendance to speak about his Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Sam Judd for his attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.5       Adrienne Hunt and Terence Greenslade - Essentially Men Education Trust

Adrienne Hunt and Terence Greenslade - Essentially Men Education Trust, were in attendance to speak about their Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Adrienne Hunt and Terence Greenslade for their attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.6       Janette Howe - Pipikids International Film and Media Festival t/a Screenies

Janette Howe - Pipikids International Film and Media Festival t/a Screenies, was in attendance to speak about her Quick Response Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Janette Howe for her attendance and presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.7       Lucia Loheni - Catholic Social Services

Lucia Loheni - Catholic Social Services, was in attendance to speak about her Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Lucia Loheni for her attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.8       Kerry-Ann Stanton - Auckland Dance Company

Kerry-Ann Stanton - Auckland Dance Company, was in attendance to speak about her Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Kerry-Ann Stanton for her attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.9       Sandra Kailahi and Gina Williams - Matua Atina'e Incorporated

Sandra Kailahi and Gina Williams - Matua Atina'e Incorporated, were in attendance to speak about their Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Sandra Kailahi and Gina Williams for their attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.10     Peter Burch - Royal New Zealand Airforce Association - Auckland Branch

Peter Burch - Royal New Zealand Airforce Association - Auckland Branch, was in attendance to speak about his Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Peter Burch for his attendance and presentation.

 

 

9.11     Kevin Sherlock - St. Patrick's Cathedral Heritage Foundation

Kevin Sherlock - St. Patrick's Cathedral Heritage Foundation, was in attendance to speak about his Local Grants application.

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee thanks Kevin Sherlock for his attendance and presentation.

 

 

10        Extraordinary Business

 

Section 46A(7) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 (as amended) states:

 

“An item that is not on the agenda for a meeting may be dealt with at that meeting if-

 

(a)        The local authority by resolution so decides; and

 

(b)        The presiding member explains at the meeting, at a time when it is open to the public,-

 

(i)         The reason why the item is not on the agenda; and

 

(ii)        The reason why the discussion of the item cannot be delayed until a subsequent meeting.”

 

Section 46A(7A) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 (as amended) states:

 

“Where an item is not on the agenda for a meeting,-

 

(a)        That item may be discussed at that meeting if-

 

(i)         That item is a minor matter relating to the general business of the local authority; and

 

(ii)        the presiding member explains at the beginning of the meeting, at a time when it is open to the public, that the item will be discussed at the meeting; but

 

(b)        no resolution, decision or recommendation may be made in respect of that item except to refer that item to a subsequent meeting of the local authority for further discussion.”

 

11        Notices of Motion

 

At the close of the agenda no requests for notices of motion had been received.

 


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Waitemata Local Board Quick Response Grants: Round One 2016/2017

 

File No.: CP2016/14406

 

  

 

Purpose

1.       The purpose of this report is to present applications received for round one of the Waitematā Local Board Quick Response Grants 2016/2017.  The local board is required to fund, part-fund or decline these applications.

Executive summary

2.       The Waitematā Local Board has set a total community grants budget of $125,000 for the 2016/2017 financial year.

3.       The Waitematā Local Board has delegated decision making for all quick response grants to the Waitematā Grants Committee.

4.       Seven applications were received in this round. These include two applications which were transferred from local grant round one, due to their applications requesting below the minimum amount set for local grant rounds. A total of $14,568.20 has been requested.

 

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board:

a)      Consider the applications listed in Table One and agree to fund, part-fund or decline each application in this round.

 Table One: Waitematāā Local Board Round One, Local Grant Applications

App ID

Applicant

Project/

activity focus

Project

Requested

Eligibility

QR1720-101

Arts and culture

Jessie McCall

Towards the development of a contemporary dance-theatre work entitled ‘Heal’

$1000.00

Eligible

QR1720-105

Arts and culture

The Actors` Program

Towards the purchase of six video cameras.

$3840.00

Ineligible as over maximum request, however applicant has requested to change their application to a request of $3000

QR1720-111

Arts and culture

Pipikids International Film and Media Festival trading as Screenies

Towards the costs to hold a childrens film festival entitled ‘Screenies International Film Festival Aotearoa’

$2500.00

Eligible

QR1720-112

Community

Action Education

Towards the cost to deliver poetry workshops in local secondary schools

$2000.00

Eligible

QR1720-114

Community

Grey Lynn 2030 Transition Community

Towards the “trash to trade” programme

$3000.00

Eligible

Total

 

 

 

$12,340.00

 

 

Table Two: Applications Transferred to Quick Response

LG1720-102

Clinton Ryder

Historic Heritage

Towards arborist costs for a heritage Pecan tree

$1,228.20

Eligible

LG1720-123

Royal New Zealand Airforce Association - Auckland Branch

Events

Towards the cost of Battle of Britain Commemoration parade and service 

$1,000.00

Ineligible as per section 78:as an ineligible applicant

Total

 

 

 

$2,228.20

 

 

Comments

1.       The Auckland Council Community Grants Policy supports each local board to adopt a grants programme. The Waitematā Local Board adopted their 2016/2017 grants programme on 10 May 2016 (see Attachment A).

2.       The local board grants programme sets out:

·        local board priorities

·        lower priorities for funding

·        exclusions

·        grant types, the number of grant rounds and when these will open and close

·        any additional accountability requirements.

3.       The Waitematā Local Board will operate four quick response rounds for this financial year. The first quick response round closed on 10 June 2016.

4.       The Waitematā Local Board has delegated decision making for all quick response grants to the Waitematā Grants Committee.

5.       For the 2016/2017 financial year, the Waitematā Local Board set a total community grants budget of $125,000.  It is recommended that the local board allocate 50% of this budget to the four quick response rounds and consider allocating up to 25% of this budget in this grant round.

6.       Seven applications were received in this round. These include two applications which were transferred from local grant round one, due to their applications requesting below the minimum amount set for local grant rounds. A total of $14,568.20 has been requested.

Consideration

Local board views and implications

7.       Local boards are responsible for the decision-making and allocation of local board community grants. The Waitematā Local Board is required to fund, part-fund or decline these grant applications against the local board priorities identified in the local board grant programme.

8.       The board is requested to note that section 50 of the Community Grants Policy states “We will also provide feedback to unsuccessful grant applicants about why they have been declined, so they will know what they can do to increase their chances of success next time.”

9.       A summary of each application, including the applicants funding history is attached (see Attachment B).

Māori impact statement

10.     The provision of community grants provides opportunities for all Aucklanders to undertake projects, programmes, activities that benefit a wider range of individuals and groups, including Maori. As a guide for decision-making, in the allocation of community grants, the new community grants policy supports the principle of delivering positive outcomes for Maori.

Implementation

11.     The allocation of grants to community groups is within the adopted Long Term Plan 2015-2025 and local board agreements.

12.     Following the Waitematā Grant Committee allocating funding for round one quick response, Commercial and Finance staff will notify the applicants of the local board decision.

 

Attachments

No.

Title

Page

aView

Waitemata Local Board, Local Grant Programme 2016/2017

15

bView

Quick Response Round One Application Summaries 2016/2017

23

      

Signatories

Authors

Danielle Hibson - Community Grants Advisor

Authorisers

Marion Davies - Community Grants Operations Manager

Jennifer Rose - Operations Support Manager

Trina Thompson - Senior Local Board Advisor - Waitemata

 


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Waitematā Local Board Grants Committee

20 July 2016

 

 

Waitemata Local Board Local Grants: Round One 2016/2017

 

File No.: CP2016/14426

 

  

 

Purpose

1.       The purpose of this report is to present applications received for round one of the Waitematā Local Board Local Grants 2016/2017.  The local board is required to fund, part-fund or decline these applications.

Executive summary

2.       The Waitematā Local Board has set a total community grants budget of $125,000 for the 2016/2017 financial year.

3.       Sixteen applications were received in this round with a total requested of $91,289.20.

 

Recommendation/s

That the Waitematā Local Board:

a)      consider the applications listed in Table One and agree to fund, part-fund or decline each application

in this round.

 

 Table One: Waitematā Local Board Round One, Local Grant Applications

App ID

Applicant

Project/

activity focus

Project

Requested

Eligibility

LG1720-104

Auckland and District Pipe Band Incorporated.

Arts and culture

Towards the marketing costs to promote the band

$3,000.00

Eligible

LG1720-105

The Actors` Program

Arts and culture

Towards the venue hire, the tutor fees and administration costs for the Actors Programme

$5,000.00

Eligible

LG1720-108

Parent to Parent Auckland

Community

Towards the costs of staff training for the “Parent to Parent” programme.

$3,260.00

Eligible

LG1720-109

Afghan Welfare Association Incorporated

Community

Towards running a diabetes awareness programme

$3,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-110

Auckland Badminton Association Incorporated

Sport and recreation

Towards the cost to expand a student development project

$7,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-111

St. Patrick's Cathedral Heritage Foundation

Historic Heritage

Towards the costs of a restoration project

$7,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-113

Essentially Men Education Trust

Community

Towards the operational costs of running the Essentially Men Education Trust.

$7,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-115

Matua Atina'e Incorporated

Arts and culture

Towards the cost to edit and design a historical book of the first Samoan bi-lingual primary school unit

$6,200.00

Eligible

LG1720-118

NZ Contemporary Art Trust

Arts and culture

Towards the cost of promotion for “ArtWeek”

$7,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-120

The People of Auckland Community Trust

Community

Towards the costs to purchase items for winter care packages for the homeless

$6,533.00

Eligible

LG1720-122

Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust

Environment

Towards the construction costs of the ‘Flagship Education Hub’

$7,000.00

Eligible

LG1720-124

Sk8boarders United Voice

Sport and recreation

Towards the costs involved to hold the  Victoria Park invitational skateboarding competition 

$3,425.00

Eligible

LG1720-126

The New Zealand Dance Advancement Trust

Arts and culture

Towards the costs to perform a  ceremonial dance

$6,991.20

Eligible

Total

 

 

 

$74,909.20

 

 

Table Two: Multi-board Applications

LG1720-117

Emote Trust

Arts and culture

Towards the costs to hold an event in Albert park

$7,500.00

Eligible

LG1720-125

Catholic Social Services

Community

Towards the cost to run a Pacific living without violence programme

$6,380.00

Eligible

LG1720-128

Body Positive

Events

Towards festival costs for “World Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Day”.

$2,500.00

Eligible

Total

 

 

 

$16,380.00

 

 

Comments

1.       The Community Grants Policy supports each local board to adopt a local grants programme. The Waitemata Local Board adopted its 2016/2017 grants programme on 10 May 2016 (see Attachment A).

2.       The local board grants programme sets out:

·        local board priorities

·        lower priorities for funding

·        exclusions

·        grant types, the number of grant rounds and when these will open and close

·        any additional accountability requirements.

3.       The Waitematā Local Board will operate two local grant rounds for this financial year. The first local grant round closed on 10 June 2016.

4.       The community grant programmes have been extensively advertised through the council grants webpage, local board webpages, local board e-newsletters, Facebook pages, council publications, radio, and community networks.

5.       For the 2016/2017 financial year, the Waitematā Local Board set a total community grants budget of $125,000.  It is recommended that the board allocate 50% of this budget to the two local grant rounds and consider allocating up to 50% of this in this grant round. This gives a total of $31,250.00 to be distributed in this round one local grant.

6.       Sixteen applications were received in this round with a total requested of $91,289.20.

Consideration

Local board views and implications

7.       Local boards are responsible for the decision-making and allocation of local board community grants. The Waitematā Local Board is required to fund, part-fund or decline these grant applications against the local board priorities identified in the local board grant programme.

8.       The board is requested to note that section 50 of the Community Grants Policy states “We will also provide feedback to unsuccessful grant applicants about why they have been declined, so they will know what they can do to increase their chances of success next time.”

9.       A summary of each application is attached to this report (see Attachment B).

Māori impact statement

10.     The provision of community grants provides opportunities for all Aucklanders to undertake projects, programmes, activities that benefit a wider range of individuals and groups, including Maori. As a guide for decision-making, in the allocation of community grants, the new community grants policy supports the principle of delivering positive outcomes for Maori.

Implementation

11.     The allocation of grants to community groups is within the adopted Long Term Plan 2015-2025 and local board agreements.

12.     Following the Waitematā Local Board allocating funding for round one local grant, Commercial and Finance staff will notify the applicants of the local board decision.

 

Attachments

No.

Title

Page

aView

Waitemata Local Board, Local Grants Programme 2016/2017

47

bView

Application Summaries Local Grant Round One 2016/2017

55

     

Signatories

Authors

Danielle Hibson - Community Grants Advisor

Authorisers

Marion Davies - Community Grants Operations Manager

Jennifer Rose - Operations Support Manager

Trina Thompson - Senior Local Board Advisor - Waitemata

 


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Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-104

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Auckland & District Pipe Band Inc.

Physical address

Victoria Park, College Hill Rd, Central Auckland 1011

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Incorporated Society

Project details

Project title

We request support for marketing costs.

Dates

05/09/2016 - 05/09/2016

Location

Victoria Park, College Hill Rd, Auckland 1011

Summary

Part of the Band`s mission is to promote pipe band music and culture to the community of Auckland. We would like to implement a marketing plan to help achieve our mission. The Band is reliant on a mix of community funding and self-generated income to provide musical culture to the community.  By receiving support for marketing, this will enable the Band to grow and improve sustainability for the future.

Requesting grant for

Marketing costs

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

50

Audience size

2500

Promotion

Yes, Through our communication avenues, database, local media, website, facebook and contests.

Local board recognition

Through our website, facebook, database and annual accounts.

Reason for the project

Part of the Band`s mission is to promote pipe band music and culture to the community of Auckland. We would like to implement a marketing plan to help achieve our mission.

Community benefit

Encourage talented youth, Increase club player base, The ability to teach pipe band music, Promoting pipe band music and culture, Improve the organisations sustainability and Improved performances by the Band.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities

·    develop and encourage community participation

·    we have places for children and people to gather, be active and be involved

Our aim is to establish, equip and maintain a pipe band and to further the interests of pipe music and Scottish culture in New Zealand.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

No

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Marketing costs

$5,000.00

 

Income description

Amount

Nil

$0.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$5,000.00

$2,000.00

$0.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

50%

$3,000.00

Total requested

%

$3,000.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Marketing costs

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-104

We request support for marketing costs.

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - SME Assessment completed

Undecided
$0.00

QR1620-529

We request support to purchase as part of our band equipment – new drums.

Waitemata Quick Response, Round Four, 2015/2016 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

00097

Parade Performances

Creative Communities Scheme 2015_1 - Acquitted Creative Communities Scheme 2014/15 Round 1

Approved
$1,200.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-105

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

The Actors` Program

Physical address

145 Karangahape Rd, Newton Auckland 1145

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

We request support for our Workshops we host annually.

Dates

01/08/2016 - 01/08/2016

Location

145 Karangahape Rd, Newton, Auckland

Summary

We host a number of successful workshops each year. Last year - three weekend Masterclasses and one Taster Workshop week mid-year. All were successful creatively. By receiving support for programme costs, this will improve the organisations sustainability and provide challenging, up-to-date training course for actors, which is strongly, uniquely and directly connected to the stage and screen industry.

Requesting grant for

Venue hire                                             $3,083, Tutor fees                                             $2,517, Administration                           $1,100

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

50

Audience size

50

Promotion

Yes, We will promote the workshops to the Auckland community, tertiary organisations, website, facebook and performing arts organisations.

Local board recognition

Through our website, facebook, our database and our annual accounts.

Reason for the project

We host a number of successful workshops each year. Last year - three weekend Masterclasses and one Taster Workshop week mid-year. All were successful creatively.

Community benefit

Improved opportunities for youth, supporting career opportunities, improve the profile of the organisation, provide education and training in the performing arts and support sustainability of the organisation

Alignment with local board priorities

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities,

·    develop and encourage community participation

Our aim is to provide the tools actors need to be effective practitioners in the challenging and exciting world of stage and screen.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

No

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Venue hire

$3,083.00

Tutor fees

$2,517.00

Administration

$1,100.00

 

Income description

Amount

Student fees

$1,700.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$6,700.00

$1,700.00

$0.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

50%

$5,000.00

Total requested

%

$5,000.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Tutor fees $2,517

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

QR1720-105

We request support to purchase 6 x video cameras.

Waitemata Quick Response, Round One, 2016/2017 - SME Assessment completed

Undecided
$0.00

LG1720-105

We request support for our Workshops we host annually.

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Follow-up required

Undecided
$0.00

CCS16_2_174

We request support for our Location Film Shoot we host annually.

Creative Communities Scheme 2016_2 - Central Assessment Committee Round 2 2016

Declined
$0.00

LG1620-225

We request support for our Workshops we host annually.

Waitematā Local Grants, Round Two, 2015/16 - Declined

Declined
$0.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-108

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Parent to Parent Auckland

Physical address

Yarnton House,14 Erson Ave,Royal Oak Auckland 1061

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Community

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Incorporated Society

Project details

Project title

We request support for our Support Parent Training Programme.

Dates

01/09/2016 - 01/09/2016

Location

Yarnton House, 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland

Summary

The Support Parent Training Programme is for parents and full time caregivers who have children with a disability, health impairment or special need, who would like to support others through the Parent to Parent network. The course covers communication skills, looks at grief issues and provides the opportunity for personal awareness where parents can consider their ability to support others in similar circumstances.  Support Parents provide support to families contacting Parent to Parent.

Requesting grant for

Support Parent Training Programme costs

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

25

Audience size

100

Promotion

Yes, Through our database, other like minded organisations and health sector agencies.

Local board recognition

Through our website, facebook, database, programmes, e newsletter and our annual accounts.

Reason for the project

Over the last year we have supported 461 requests for support and information. We had 64 match requests providing families information. The demand for our services continues to exceed our financial capacity to provide them; increasing numbers of people are seeking information and support, a strong indicator that our services are effective and becoming better known.

Community benefit

mproved organisations services, provide training, recruitment and retention of volunteers, provide education, training and support to families in need, support sustainability of the organisation and client lifestyles and family environments improved

Alignment with local board priorities

·    our communities can participate fully in community life,

·    improve the health of our community,

·    develop and encourage community participation

To provide ongoing support for our programmes, training and services offered to parents who have children with special needs / health impairments and the local community.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

 

Accessible to disabled

Yes - Our training and services offered to parents who have children with special needs / health impairments and the local community.

Targeted at long term disability

Yes

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Support Parent Training Facilitator

$2,500.00

Travel for 2 trainers 88.6km @.65 x 2

$115.00

Food for 21 @ $10 x 2

$420.00

Resources & Manuals 18 @ $6.20

$111.00

Regional Coordinator 6 hrs @ $19

$114.00

 

Income description

Amount

nil

$0.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$3,260.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$3,260.00

Total requested

%

$3,260.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Facilitator costs

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-108

We request support for our Support Parent Training Programme.

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Follow-up required

Undecided
$0.00

LG1611-217

We request support to run a Mind over Manner Course.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Grants, Round Two, 2015/16 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

QR1614-305

Staff training and education

Papakura Quick Response, Round Three, 2015/16 - Paid - awaiting accountability

Approved
$1,000.00

LG1611-121

Mind over Manner Course

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Grants, Round One, 2015/16 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

PA15-2016

Family matching and information service (Papakura)

Papakura Local Board Community Group Funding - 2014/2015 Round 2 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

MO15-2015

Seven months of salary for regional co-ordinator and administrator (Mangere-Otahuhu)

Mangere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board Community Group Funding - 2014/2015 Round 2 - Acquitted

Approved
$4,000.00

CGAF14_100003

Parent to Parent Auckland Special Training Courses for parents who have children living with disability or health impairments.

Central - Community Group Assistance Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$4,000.00

PPK14_100020

Parent to Parent Matching and Information Project for Papakura

LB - Papakura Local Board Community Grant - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$2,000.00

SIF14_100026

Parent to Parent Auckland Matching and Information Service to South Auckland Boards of Howick and Manurewa.

South - Social Investment - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$4,000.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-109

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Afghan Welfare Association Inc

Physical address

11 Drury street, New Lynn Auckland 1026

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Community

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Incorporated Society

Project details

Project title

How to control the diabetes and get a  mental health awareness

Dates

15/07/2016 - 15/07/2016

Location

New Windsor Primery School Hall, 185 New Windsor Rd, New Windsor

Summary

This is a healthy life program to understand how control the diabetes and get a  mental health awareness .The majority of our community members are still enthusiastically willing to have access to the mental health and healthy lifestyle program. Unfortunately due to lack of awareness about diabetes and  stigma attached to the receiving mental health services, a large number of our community members are suffering from a number of health problems such as  diabetes, mental health…etc It will also focus on healthy lifestyle that includes healthy diet ,healthy cooking food and exercise. The program will be organized in various sessions for 12 months period.

Requesting grant for

This program is going to take place in a hall and we will invite some of our religious leaders to elaborate the mental illness problems from a religious point of view and the social health community worker and DHB staff will also explain the critical social aspects related to reducing the stigma, and discrimination towards mental health patients and how to avoid the diabetes. The rent of Hall, travel cost, seminar and workshop stationery cost, and tea break cost to be covered by city council.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

100 people

Audience size

250 people

Promotion

No,

Local board recognition

We invite the local board's to attend in our final program .

Reason for the project

This is a healthy life program to understand how control the diabetes and get a  mental health awareness .The majority of our community members are still enthusiastically willing to have access to the mental health and healthy lifestyle program. Unfortunately due to lack of awareness about diabetes and  stigma attached to the receiving mental health services, a large number of our community members are suffering from a number of health problems such as  diabetes, mental health…etc .

Community benefit

We will also encourage the attendees to talk about their illness experiences in order to bring a good impact among the community.

Alignment with local board priorities

 

(Albert-Eden)

·    our community lives in more sustainable ways and reduces its environmental impact,

·    our diverse communities can participate fully in the future of our area,

·    our people feel safe and participate in their communities   

Most of our women's community are housewife and spend %80 of their time at home. They are not interested to have sport activities and rarely participate in community activities. Most of them are uneducated and do not have knowledge how to do a healthy cook to avoid diabetes, blood pressure,mental illness, or  how to raise the mental health awareness. So it will provide  basic  mental health and diabetes education for families. This grant will help us to encourage the females to participate

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

DNZAB

Resource person

Auckland District Health Board(ADHB)

Resource person

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Yes - Our community has a close contact with Maori community. So during the seminar program we invite Maori delegates to have a brief introduction regarding the Maori culture and events.

Accessible to disabled

Yes - The hall has  a good accessibility  for disable people  to participate in this program and we will consider  a proper program for disable people as well.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

45%

35%

%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

15%

10%

35%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

Middle Eastern

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Venue Hire: 30 hours @ $40 p/h during a month

$1,200.00

Travell expensesfor ,3 times @$20 p/trip for 50 people

$1,200.00

Food ,stationery,fuel cost for supportive team

$1,200.00

Income description

Amount

-

-

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$3,600.00

$0.00

$0.00

$1,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Albert-Eden Local Board

100%

$3,500.00

Total requested

%

$3,600.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Diabetes awareness

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-109

How to control the diabetes and get a mental health awareness

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Not Eligible

Undecided

$0.00


Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-110

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Auckland Badminton Association Inc

Physical address

99 Gillies Ave, Epsom Auckland 1023

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Sport and recreation

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Incorporated Society

Project details

Project title

Student Development Project

Dates

01/08/2016 - 01/08/2016

Location

University Of Auckland, Gymnasium, Symonds Street.  We may also run some at Pitt St YMCA.

Summary

We are expanding and growing a student program to involve for students in the community who often feel isolated. This includes all local students ranging in age from 17 to 25.  We had support two years ago but it has now grown to the point where we want to expand the program and ensure we are registering all local students.

Requesting grant for

Administration costs, we wish to register and local all students in the area, and shuttles and rackets for the program.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

150

Audience size

300

Promotion

Yes, Facebook, website, council contacts,

Local board recognition

On our facebook and websites and on forms we issue at the event for registration and on the survey.

Reason for the project

Yes we have run a range of pilot project include a free international student day, the student program pilot in 2015, interfaculty and student tournaments that show that a number of students feel isolated in their communities and have friends that can suffer in mental health from that.  We are also experiencing growing interest in the regular student play with more and more wanting to take part.

Community benefit

Measuring the true community need in for sporting activity of badminton and how they wish to engage in that activity within the CBD and then matching that need to resources to provide the service they are looking for.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    improve the health of our community

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities

·    develop and encourage community participation

This projects gets more students into active sport creating more involvement in the community for people who are often isolated.  This creates more active recreation as well as better physical and mental health and encourages them to connect to the local community by meeting others involved in the activity.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Pitt St YMCA

 

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

Yes - It is not targeted at this group but they can get involved and there is good access.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

50%

50%

%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

80%

20%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

Korean, Indian, New Zealand European, Chinese, Other Asian

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Survey and Set Up Costs 250 hours at $20 per hour

$5,000.00

Shuttles

$3,600.00

Rackets

$2,500.00

Hall Hire

$4,723.00

Promotion and Administration

$2,000.00

 

Income description

Amount

Entry Fee $5 for two hours

$2,000.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$17,823.00

$2,000.00

 

$8,823.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

 

%

 

Total requested

%

$7,500.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Community Development Salary and shuttles to ensure we can survey and collect all information of all students in the CBD this is key to growing the project to ensure we meet demand.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-110

Student Development Project

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

LG1607-208

Junior Coaching Program and Expanded Intermediate School Competition East Auckland

Howick Local Grant, Round Two, 2015/2016 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

QR1601-434

Lighting Upgrade

Albert-Eden Quick Response, Round Five, 2015/2016 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

LG1609-219

Building a local junior badminton club in Otahuhu

Mangere-Otahuhu Local Grant, Round Two, 2015/2016 - Awaiting Accountability

Approved
$2,000.00

OKI1415_100039

Orakei Community Partnership Program

LB - Orakei Local Board Community Grant - 2014/2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

HK15-2024

East Auckland Junior Development Programme

Howick Local Board Community Group Funding - 2014/2015 Round 2 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CDC15-1002

Equipment for New Coaches and Coaching Programs

Central - Community Group Assistance Fund - Round 2 2014/2015 - Acquitted

Approved
$4,900.00

OKI1415_100024

Central Junior Club Incentive Program

LB - Orakei Local Board Community Grant - 2014/2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

A-E1415_100042

Hall Hire To Grow Participation

LB - Albert-Eden Local Board Community Grant 2014/2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

PKT1_141500028

Auckland Badminton Mt Roskill Grammar School Partnership

Puketapapa Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Declined

Declined
$0.00

WTA1_141500039

Community and University Program

Waitemata Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Acquitted

Approved
$5,000.00

MT1_141500054

Community Badminton Project

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Acquitted

Approved
$4,313.00

R2LESF159

Schools Competition

2014/2015 Round2 Local Events Support Fund - Declined

Declined
$0.00

R2LESF120

Badminton Interclub

2014/2015 Round2 Local Events Support Fund - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CG14_2015

Community Partnership Program - New Leagues and Competitions to Grow Participation

Central - Community Group Assistance Fund - Round 2 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$3,500.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-111

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

St. Patrick's Cathedral Heritage Foundation

Physical address

43 Wyndham Street, Central Business District Auckland 1010

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Historic Heritage

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Conservation and Restoration of St Patrick's Cathedral Presbytery

Dates

01/08/2016 - 01/08/2016

Location

43 Wyndham Street, Central Business District, 1010, Auckland

Summary

The project is the 'Conservation and Restoration of St. Patrick's Cathedral Presbytery'. The works will include:  structural strengthening, restoring the roof to its original slate cladding, crack and masonry repairs, window and door repairs, upgrading fire, electrical and security services and updating the internal fit-out of the building. The circa 1888 brickwork and masonry features are noted as 'items of exceptional significance; in the Presbytery Conservation Plan and must be carefully and professionally restored to a high standard.  A professionally prepared schedule and repair specification for this work, therefore, is of upmost importance to the overall success of the project.

Requesting grant for

We are requesting funding towards the preparation of an 'Exterior Brickwork and Masonry Repair Inspection and Preparation of Documentation' for the St Patrick's Cathedral Presbytery.  This will be completed by a respected heritage architect and be an important component of the Detailed Design stage of the restoration project.  The schedule and repair specification will be similar to that prepared by Salmond Reed Architects for the exterior doors of the Cathedral in 2013- refer to the attached.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

The number of participants in preparation of the schedule and specification will be one heritage architect with two staff working with the Cathedral Centre Manager and Board members as required.

Audience size

The audience for the schedule and specification will be the Cathedral Centre Board and project team.

Promotion

Yes, There have been several newspaper articles to date regarding the presbytery restoration and its associated funding appeal.

The appeal has been announced in the weekly newsletters, Masses and the Foundation website; several fundraising special

events have been held and more are due to be conducted.

Local board recognition

The Council's contribution will be acknowledged through media publicity; the Cathedral's weekly newsletters and the

Foundation's website.

Reason for the project

In the Presbytery Conservation Plan 2015 it is noted that in 'Sec 9 Condition Assessment' that remedial work is required to the buildings brick walls, window facings and rendered detail. 

The attached photos provide a representative sample of the defects that need detailed scheduling and repair specification.

Community benefit

The main benefit of obtaining the 'Schedule and Repair Specification for Brickwork and Masonry' is that this planning document can be used to properly prepare for the conservation of a building of national significance to a high standard which can continue to be enjoyed by this generation and subsequent generations of Aucklanders.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    develop and encourage community participation

·    our distinctive heritage and historic places is promoted and preserved

·    we have places for children and people to gather, be active and be involved

The Cathedral Presbytery is a key component of the Category A 'St Patrick's Cathedral Complex' historic place in the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP).  The conservation and restoration of the Presbytery will ensure this distinctive historic place is promoted and preserved for future generations.

In addition, given its prominent location at the Wyndham/Hobson Street corner, the restoration project will contribute to a people-focused city centre. The project will also help our communities to participate fully in community life as this is a place where people convene on a regular basis.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

Yes

One of the goals of the project is to make the Presbytery accessible to people with disabilities. This will have to be done within the constraints of being able to modify heritage aspects of the building. Auckland Council's heritage team and Heritage NZ staff will be consulted in this process.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Inspection and Preparation of Schedule and Repair Specification for Brickwork and Masonry

$7,941.00

 

Income description

Amount

-

$0.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$7,941.00

$0.00

 

$1,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

%

$7,500.00

Total requested

%

$6,941.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, The 'Schedule and Repair Specification for Brick and Masonry Repair' is a vitally important planning ingredient for the successful restoration of the Presbytery and, therefore, must be completed in full.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-111

Conservation and Restoration of St Patrick's Cathedral Presbytery

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Heritage Assessment

Undecided
$0.00

QR1620-515

Conservation and Restoration of St. Patrick's Cathedral Presbytery

Waitemata Quick Response, Round Four, 2015/2016 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

WTM1314_400018

Purchase of 50 chairs for Liston Hall

LB - Waitemata Local Board Community Grant - Round 4 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$1,544.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-113

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Essentially Men Education Trust

Physical address

13 Maidstone Street, Ponsonby Auckland 1021

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Community

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Essentially Men Education Trust HUB

Dates

01/08/2016 - 01/08/2016

Location

13 Maidstone Street, Ponsonby, Auckland

Summary

The Hub acts as the coordination point for all that constitutes the Essentially Men Education Trust. Responsible for all aspects of the finance, funding, administration, marketing, volunteer coordination and support for the wider Essentially Men network, the HUB has two full time staff backed up by many volunteers. All the Essentially Men courses are organised and resourced by the Hub. Course enquiries and calls from men or partners looking for support are all handled by the Hub. It is a very busy place and is a key contact point for men particularly in the Auckland region.

Requesting grant for

We are looking for assistance in meeting the costs that keep it functioning; Predominantly salaries, rent and telecommunication costs. We have cut staffing levels to two full time staff with volunteers picking up some of the tasks previously carried out by staff; however salaries still remains our largest expense.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

291

Audience size

371

Promotion

Yes, We promote all our workshops either within our network through five newsletters a year or through brochures, community notice boards, facebook and our website. We also have a database of people and organisations involved in work with men that we send newsletters to four times a year.

Local board recognition

We acknowledge our supporters in our last newsletter each year, in our financial reports and on our website.

Reason for the project

A quick glance at the media especially after a weekend gives an insight in the lives of men who are struggling with life’s challenges; alcohol and drug abuse, gambling, violence, child abuse, preventable accidents, and suicide are some of the unwise decisions that carry heavy costs often in the lives of themselves or others. We are approached by partners and families of men looking for help for them as they seem to struggle with what life in 2016 is throwing at them. NZ society is changing and making it harder for men to function in the previously perceived masculine norms.

Community benefit

Men who are more in touch with their emotions and feelings and can positively express them are less likely to be reactive as parents, bosses, friends and colleagues. With the support of other men who have attended the same course they will be able to stand strong in whatever challenges life may bring. They tend to be better parents, partners, friends and colleagues and we encourage men who attend our courses to become involved in their communities and nurture a ethos of volunteering.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    improve the health of our community,

·    develop and encourage community participation,

·    improve actual and perceived safety in our community 

 We run workshops and work at developing support groups for men that improve their emotional and psychological health which flows onto their involvement with their whanau and communities creating healthier and safer families and communities for all involved. We also develop an ethos of volunteering that encourages men to develop their skills for use as a volunteer within our organisation and the community.

Community collaboration

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

Yes - We work with any man who wishes to attend out courses to ensure they receive the support they require to get the most from the course. The men attending our courses come from a diverse age and socio-economic situations. We have incorporated me with specific health requirements and we have a large team of volunteers for our weekend course to support the men.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

100%

0%

0%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

5%

20%

25%

25%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Direct HUB Expenses

$127,116.00

Course Expenses

$87,597.00

Operating Expenses (other)

$29,260.00

 

Income description

Amount

Course Income

$120,476.00

Other Income - donations

$40,880.00

Other Grants -  non HUB related grants

$43,703.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$243,973.00

$205,059.00

$10,000.00

$22,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$7,500.00

Total requested

%

$7,500.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Any contribution to costs would be gratefully accepted.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-113

Essentially Men Education Trust HUB

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

WR15_2007

The Crucible & Essence of Men

Waitakere Ranges Local Board Community Group Funding - 2014/2015 Round 2 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CDC15-1037

Essentially Men / Men Being Real workshops

Central - Community Group Assistance Fund - Round 2 2014/2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

IRCF14/15 061

 

Interim Regional Fund 2014/15: Arts and Community - Declined

Declined
$0.00

OKI1314_200013

Essentially Men / Men Being Real Weekend Workshop

LB - Orakei Local Board Community Grants - Round 2 2013/2014 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

AE1400021

Essentially Men / Men Being Real Weekend Workshop

LB - Albert-Eden Local Board Community Grant - Round 3 2013/2014 - Overdue Accountability

Approved
$1,000.00

ASF14_100064

 

Central - Community Accommodation Support Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$5,000.00

YPF14_100022

Venue Hire for Pathways to Manhood Programme

West - Youth Programme Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Aquitted

Approved
$1,000.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-115

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Matua Atina'e Incorporated

Physical address

C/- 18 Clarence Street, Ponsonby Auckland 1011

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Incorporated Society

Project details

Project title

New Zealand's First Samoan Bi-lingual Primary School Unit Mua I Malae celebrates 30 years.

Dates

16/09/2016 - 16/09/2016

Location

113 Richmond Road, Ponsonby, Auckland 1021

Summary

This project is to create, publish and launch a historical book capturing the last 30 years of the nationally significant first Samoan bi-lingual Primary School unit Mua i Malae. It will capture some of the distinctive Pacific history in Ponsonby and Grey lynn over this period of time and Richmond Road School as be collect key stories and photo's from past and present teachers, principals, students and other parents. They are working with a community focused publishing company Little Island Press Ltd. to edit and publish the book by 3rd December 2016 where it will be launched at the formal 30 year celebrations event.

Requesting grant for

This funding is to cover the editing and design costs of the book.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

45

Audience size

3000-10000

Promotion

Yes, The book will be launched as part of the 30 year formal celebrations on the 3rd December 2016. It will be marketed through the Samoan unit and through the publishing company.

Local board recognition

The local board will be acknowledged in the books' thank you section as well as through logo placement if appropriate for the local board. The local board members will also be invited to the book launch on the 3rd December 2016.

Reason for the project

Through parent consultation of the majority of present parents and parents from the last 10 years.

Community benefit

This project will capture 30 years of history for the Samoan unit, Richmond Road School, Ponsonby and Auckland.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    support community-led initiatives and action,

·    our distinctive heritage and historic places is promoted and preserved,

·    achieve equitable distribution of funds across the board area as a whole and support our diverse communities

This project is not only a Samoan story but is a diverse one. People who have contributed to the units growth over the last 30 years have included: Maori, Tongan, Japanese and Pakeha parents, students, staff and community and education groups etc. The book will also capture the distinctive Pacific history in Ponsonby and Grey lynn over this period of time with Richmond Road School being a historical place in the Waitemata area. This is a community-led initiative with experienced parents collecting key stories and photo's from the past and the present, working with publishing company Little Island Press Ltd.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Little Island Press Ltd

Publishing company

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Yes - This project will work with appropriate mana whenua and kaumatua not only in a consultative process but also as part of the Mua  I Malae 30 year story.

Accessible to disabled

Yes - The book will be available to anyone through the publishing and distribution plan that is being formed with the publishing company Little Island Press ltd.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

20%

40%

40%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

Māori, New Zealand European, Pacific Peoples

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Little Island Press publishing planning, consultation and editing costs

$2,200.00

Sandra Kailahi (experienced author and parent at unit)  first edit costs

$1,000.00

Little Island Press design planning  and layout consultation costs

$3,000.00

Publishing costsx500 (estimate)

$5,000.00

Distribution costs (estimate)

$200.00

Marketing and communications costs (estimate)

$3,000.00

 

Income description

Amount

Book sales: 500@$20 each = $10,000

$10,000.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$14,400.00

$10,000.00

$0.00

$2,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$6,200.00

Total requested

%

$6,200.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Little Island Press publishing planning, consultation and editing costs and the Little Island Press design planning  and layout consultation costs.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-115

New Zealand's First Samoan Bi-lingual Primary School Unit Mua I Malae celebrates 30 years.

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - SME Assessment completed

Undecided
$0.00

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-118

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

NZ Contemporary Art Trust

Physical address

12 Crummer Rd, Ponsonby,Auckland 1021

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Artweek Auckland

Dates

08/10/2016 - 08/10/2016

Location

office is 12 Crummer Rd, Ponsonby but events are all over Waitemata

Summary

Artweek Auckland is a 10 day festival held at venues, parks and streets around Auckland, showcasing Auckland's visual arts community. It offers artists the opportunity to present their work to the public in a series of free events and offers the public the opportunity to engage with and participate in creative endeavours. All events are linked by guided tours; walking and cycling and a printed programme, website and phone app allows for people wanting to take self guided tours.

Requesting grant for

Support for marketing and promotion of the events.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

1500

Audience size

80000

Promotion

Yes, We employ Elephant PR to manage a media campaign. We work with a marketing consultant to build a marketing strategy including, radio, print and poster campaigns depending on funds available. A strong social medi aplatform

Local board recognition

Logo placement on all material, invitations to speak at public events.Strong social media platform acknowledging support

Reason for the project

CNZ surveys show that a huge number of New Zealanders participate in the creative activities and yet the visual arts are almost invisible in Auckland marketing and promotion. Auckland has thousands of artists struggling to earn a sustainable income and working in isolation and without support.

Community benefit

Artweek Auckland focuses on this talented segment of our population for one week and encourages visitors to engage and enjoy the cultural richness and diversity of our visual arts community. Surveys taken in past Artweek show that both participants and audiences feel fulfilled, inspired and encouraged by  their Artweek experiences.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    a people-focused city centre, connected to a vibrant waterfront

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities

·    develop and encourage community participation

People are involved and active in local arts, events and recreation activities.Artweek Auckland presents over 150 art events, all free in public and private galleries, artists studios, public spaces and streets. We encourage people to participate and engage with free guided tours; walking and cycling and talks.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Tautai contemporary Pacific arts trust

create a project for Laneway

Artist Alliance

create a project with resident artist

Unitec School of Architecture

create a project with 65 students; GLOW

AUT

provide intern places for students

Auckland Transport

organise bike tours

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Yes - Several of the events include Maori artists and offer the opportunity to present work and communicate ideas with full support from our team and promotion through our marketing strategies.

Accessible to disabled

Yes - We have identified all sites and venues with wheel chair access and make note of this on the printed programme and website- 85% of these venues have wheelchair access. We work with hearing impaired organisations and Arts Access Aotearoa to provide interpreters for the deaf on several of the tours- these are noted in the programme also.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Printing 100,000 print programmes

$32,000.00

Graphic design for web and printed programme

$13,000.00

Accounting

$5,000.00

BFM ads

$1,500.00

Programme coordinator

$35,000.00

Marketing

$35,000.00

Tour guides & Maps

$5,000.00

Ponsonby News advert

$1,500.00

Bike Tours

$7,000.00

Media PR

$7,500.00

 

Income description

Amount

60 venues pay $300 venue fee

$18,000.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$142,000.00

$18,000.00

$64,000.00

$40,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$7,500.00

Total requested

%

$7,500.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Contribution towards marketing $7,500

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-118

Artweek Auckland

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

WE1620-110

Artweek Auckland

Waitemata Local Events Development Fund 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

RegAC16_2_077

Artweek Auckland 2016

Regional Arts and Culture Grants Programme 16_2 - Assessment 2016

Approved
$15,000.00

RegAC16_1_021

Artweek Auckland

Regional Arts and Culture Grants Programme 16_1 - Assessment

Approved
$10,000.00

LESF75

Artweek Auckland

2015/16 Round 1 Local Events Support Fund - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CCS15_2_207

Artweek Auckland writing workshops and zine

Creative Communities Scheme 2015_2 - Acquitted Creative Communities Scheme 2014/15 Round 2

Approved
$3,000.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-120

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

The People of Auckland Community Trust

Physical address

 

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Community

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Winter 2016 Care Packages

Dates

03/08/2016 - 03/08/2016

Location

19 Newton Road, Newton, Auckland

Summary

TPOACT is all about transforming lives through supportive community. We offer ongoing programmes that are bringing about real change and improved wellbeing for individuals which is helping to strengthen community. As we head into Winter there are many items that most of us take for granted to help see us through these colder months. As those who receive assistance through TPOACT services are amongst the most vulnerable in our city - those living in temporary housing, rough sleepers and the homeless we would like to out together care packages to help their Winter be a little more comfortable.

Requesting grant for

We are seeking funding to purchase the items that will make up the care packages. Volunteers will help to collate and distribute the packages.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

100

Audience size

100

Promotion

No,

Local board recognition

Acknowledge through social media and feature logo on website.

Reason for the project

Our diverse Wednesday Community, through which we will distribute the Winter Care Packages includes those in temporary housing, rough sleepers and the homeless. Working with some of the most vulnerable members of our city we are aware that Winter can be a particularly hard time of year. By being provided with a Winter Care Package it will make this time of year a little more comfortable.

Community benefit

The vision of TPOACT is ‘Transforming lives through supportive community’. Through the distribution of Winter Care Packages this will improve the well being of recipients, and enhance quality of life. As individual members of the community receive the care they need this in turn builds strong communities. We will keep records of care packages distributed and improvement experienced.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    our communities can participate fully in community life

·    support community-led initiatives and action

·    improve actual and perceived safety in our community 

TPOACT exists to transform lives through supportive community. The activities of TPOACT are dynamic in that we tailor our services to suit those who are receiving them. It is community-driven. As we enter Winter the most vulnerable in our society become even more exposed to the elements. Those who benefit from TPOACT services are definitely vulnerable at this time and we are seeking funding to collate a personal care package for distribution.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Urban Vineyard

Volunteers

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

Not applicable

Targeted at long term disability

 

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

0%

0%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

0%

20%

45%

30%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

New Zealand European, Pacific Peoples, Chinese, Māori

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Care package items

$6,533.00

 

Income description

Amount

-

-

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$6,533.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$6,533.00

Total requested

%

$6,533.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Funding of any of the items for the Winter Care Packages would be helpful.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-120

Winter 2016 Care Packages

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

QR1620-540

The Superhero Party

Waitemata Quick Response, Round Four, 2015/2016 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CCS16_1_083

Urban People 'Band'

Creative Communities Scheme 2016_1 - Central Assessment Committee Round 1 2016

Approved
$2,000.00

LG1620-08

Woven - A band for the homeless

Waitematā Local Grants, Round One, 2015/16 - Acquitted

Approved
$2,600.00

CDC15-1014

Superhero Party

Central - Community Group Assistance Fund - Round 2 2014/2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

WTA1_141500061

Trust Administration Support for all trust activities

Waitemata Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Declined

Declined
$0.00

CCS15_2_058

Urban People, band

Creative Communities Scheme 2015_2 - Acquitted Creative Communities Scheme 2014/15 Round 2

Approved
$2,200.00

WTA1_141500008

Urban People. A supportive community on a journey of change

Waitemata Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Paid - Awaiting Accountability

Approved
$5,000.00

ASF14_100054

 

Central - Community Accommodation Support Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$2,500.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-122

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust

Physical address

Level 1, 54 Upper Queen St,Auckland Auckland 1010

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Environment

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

The Flagship Education Hub

Dates

29/08/2016 - 29/08/2016

Location

Corner Beaumont and Madden Streets, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.

Summary

The Flagship Education Hub is an education and training space that helps us to inspire and enable others to look after the places we love, while bringing a wide range of sustainability-focused activities to the central Auckland area. 

 The Flagship invites the public to explore the challenges faced by our coastlines and waterways in a unique and beautiful space. Engaging, family-friendly displays allow visitors to learn about marine litter and freshwater quality, through cutting-edge interactive technologies and multimedia content.  The Flagship’s workshop programme includes upcycling activities, collaborative projects and training sessions.   The space is available for community groups to host workshops and events at no cost.

Requesting grant for

We seek funding towards completing the construction of Phase 2 of The Flagship, in particular, support for the cost of carpentry. 

 We have raised support from over 90 community stakeholders for this landmark project, with a goal to become New Zealand’s most sustainable building and Auckland’s first ‘Living Building.’  Completing phase two of The Flagship project will enable us to expand the delivery of capacity development programmes to the community, provide a high-value educational experience for visitors, create pathways for the reduction of reoffending, allow a showcase for sustainable construction and repurpose several tonnes of building materials.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

140+ direct collaborators in the project design and build, 120,000 estimated visitors to Wynyard Quarter each year.

Audience size

24,000 per year (based on 20% of total visitors to Wynyard Quarter each year) plus approx. 1500 people from community groups, schools and students visiting The Flagship for educational outreach and workshops etc

Promotion

Yes, Since 2009, we have developed a database of schools, community members and businesses. We will promote the project to these networks, along with our highly engaged online and social media audience of over 21,500 people.  Our strong relationships and proven track record with media outlets will be leveraged to promote The Flagship, through interviews and editorial coverage in newspapers, magazines and on radio.

Click here for our media overview: http://sustainablecoastlines.org/media/media-overview/Online event promotion through Sustainable Coastlines, Eventfinda, Facebook and events sites will be supplemented with advertising through Google Adwords, Facebook advertising and charity-filler space tiles on sites such as TradeMe.

Local board recognition

●          Tier 4 logo positioning on onsite signage alongside The Flagship. 

 ●         Name mention on:

— Hoardings (to surround site during construction).

— Double-sided sponsor plinth (located in highest foot traffic area).

— Project sponsors page (to be hosted on new section of this site).

●          Access to ongoing discounted hire of the event space to run client, supplier, networking and/or staff events (pending availability, some hard costs e.g. catering may apply).

●          Access to Sustainable Coastlines logo and ability to leverage brand association.

●          Professionally-captured still images of the project.

Reason for the project

Rapid growth in demand for our capacity development services means that we need an appropriate, inspiring place to deliver them. The sheer number of supporters for The Flagship project is a strong indication that The Flagship is something the community needs. 

 Community groups who deliver services for the environment are not typically well-resourced – The Flagship helps these groups to access to systems and training so they can deliver quality services. 

 The Flagship supports community-led initiatives, promotes Maori culture and heritage, providing a platform for people to learn how to minimise their waste, and be kaitiakis of our waterways and beaches.

Community benefit

Online system to measure the number of trained public speakers and event managers, ongoing results behavioural change and community action on waste minimisation and water quality.  Digital visitor evaluation to gauge numbers and impact of educational displays impact of technology and community event participants.  Record apprentice hours. Surveys to show motivation with prisoners, filmed interviews for qualitative impact. Coordinate and mentor employment trial two ex-prisoners with Hawkins, success evaluated annually.  Calculate total tonnage of 8 materials salvaged during project and ongoing through established supply chains.  Free online accounts for downloading construction plans and booking trainings (measure engagement from Marae/community groups).

Alignment with local board priorities

·    our local waterways are cared for and levels of pollutants reduced,

·    support community-led initiatives and action,

·    waste is minimised as we work towards zero waste to landfill by 2040

The Flagship Education Centre is a purpose built environmental education and training space in Wynyard Quarter. Designed to support community-led initiatives and action, The Flagship will increase our capacity to deliver the large-scale solutions necessary to look after our coastlines and waterways. 

 Made from upcycled materials, The Flagship is a showcase for social innovation, where anyone can see sustainability solutions in practice. Whether it’s learning about plastic pollution, how to make a plastic free lunch or build something from upcycled materials, or seeing a rain garden in action, The Flagship is a hub for creativity, events, inspiration and practical problem solving.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

We are collaborating with 140+ supporters on this project. Please see attached spreadsheet 'The Flagship Collaborating Organisations and Individuals' document, in the Supporting Information.

see spreadsheet

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Yes -The Flagship project targets Maori outcomes by:

Creating pathways to employment for Māori offenders by motivating prisoners to engage in NZQA programmes and construction jobs for ex-prisoners. 

Offering applied training and mentorship for young Māori apprentices and offenders during construction; access to knowledge and training for Tangata Whenua to contribute to future sustainable Marae builds. 

Using matauranga and tikanga Maori, working in collaboration with Ngati Whatua o Orakei Marae and  International Volunteer HQ, where volunteers are trained to assist with growing native plants at the Orakei Marae nursery. 

Displaying an historical harvesting map highlighting the Maori heritage of the area.  Rain garden/greywater treatment system plants are eco-sourced from Orakei Marae nursery, providing economic support for the Marae and its community.

Accessible to disabled

Yes - The Flagship is fully accessible for wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and walking frames. The Flagship is situated close to public transport and car parking facilities.

Targeted at long term disability

Yes

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Quote for carpentry (attached as supporting evidence)

$10,612.97

Please see attached full Project Activity Budget in supporting document - too many items to list here!

 

 

Income description

Amount

Please note these figures are estimates only. Currently we are running yoga and planter box making workshops at the Flagship - yoga is often weather dependent. Moving forwards, we aim to have two upcycling workshops per month, with yoga classes twice a week.

 

Koha for events e.g. The Pallet Kingdom planter box building workshop 20 people at @ $10 pp

$200.00

Koha for events e.g. workshops with Kaipatiki Project 20 people at $10 pp

$200.00

Koha for events e.g. Bikes and Bends yoga workshop 10 people at $5 pp

$50.00

Koha for events e.g. bike maintenance workshop in collaboration with Auckland Transport and Tumeke Cycle Space 15 people @10 pp

$150.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$10,612.00

$600.00

$20,000.00

$130,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$7,000.00

Total requested

%

$7,000.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, Any contribution towards the building costs of this unique project would be greatly appreciated.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-122

The Flagship Education Hub

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Environmental Assessment

Undecided
$0.00

WMIF14150097

Development of Waste Minimisation Workshop and Educational Space

Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund October 2014 - Medium/large and multi year successful Oct 2014

Approved
$0.00

ASF14_100040

 

Central - Community Accommodation Support Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Overdue Accountability

Approved
$3,750.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-124

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Sk8boarders United Voice

Physical address

12 Richbourne St, Kingsland Kingsland 1021

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Sport and recreation

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

The Vic Park Invitational Skateboarding Competition

Dates

10/12/2016 - 10/12/2016

Location

Victoria Park Skate Plaza

Summary

An annual skateboarding contest that brings together the Auckland and New Zealand skateboarding community. This meets the Sk8boarders United Voice Trusts objectives of:

- Providing, and/or facilitating the provision of affordable skateboarding programs, activities and experiences.

- Promoting specific skateboard events and activities to increase the desire of young people generally to participate in skateboarding and/or physical activity.

- Providing young people with opportunities to gain a sense of achievement through skateboarding.

- Providing and/or facilitating funding to enable those who face financial and/or geographical barriers to participate in skateboarding to overcome these barriers.

Requesting grant for

The funds will be used to cover the costs required to run the skateboarding contest.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

80

Audience size

200

Promotion

Yes, A flyer will be produced and distributed via relative social media networks, relative websites and organisations. An event page will be created on Facebook. A hash tag for the event will be created. A video from the competition will be produced and shared with relative networks, Social Media and websites.

A photo set will be produced. Photos will be posted on relative websites and on social media sites. Participants will be able to tag and share photos via their own networks. An invitation will be sent out to 20 of New Zealand's best skateboarders. Possible TV coverage via 'Garage TV'

Local board recognition

The Waitemata Local Board will have their logo placed on all advertising material and content produced from the competition. The competition emcee will also give regular mentions to the audience regarding the local boards support.

Reason for the project

Currently there is no annual competition at the Victoria Skate Plaza or anywhere in Central Auckland. With an increasing number of users/skateboarders and the fact that it is a world class facility, there needs to be a yearly event to celebrate this. This competition helps to provide users with a sense of belonging and achievement through skateboarding while it also provides all users with a goal to aim for each year. As for the young ones, it enables them to learn how to skate competitively and it allows them to witness the best skaters in the country in action.

Community benefit

This competition brings together like minded young people from diverse backgrounds. This helps to develop community cohesion, community spirit and helps with the development of friendships between skateboarders, their families and supporters from around Auckland and New Zealand

This competition will further promote the use of Victoria Park Skate Plaza and enhance the enjoyment of using the Plaza experienced by all current users. 

The equipment and resources required for the competition will be purchased/hired from local businesses.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    More opportunities are created for people to enjoy our parks and open spaces,

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities,

·    develop and encourage community participation

More and more people are using the Victoria Park Skate Plaza. This competition provides opportunities for them to enjoy the park by providing a fun, free, enjoyable day where skateboarders can participate, progress and gain a sense of achievement through skateboarding. This competition brings together like minded young people from diverse backgrounds and promotes community participation, cohesion, community spirit and helps to develop friendships between skateboarders, their families and supporters from around Auckland and the rest of New Zealand too.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

All Volunteers and judges are yet to be finalised.

 

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Don't know

Accessible to disabled

Yes - The Victoria Park Skate Plaza is accessible to people with disabilities.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

80%

20%

%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Prizes, judges, emcee , filmer, photographer, P.A System

$3,200.00

Food + drink

$206.00

Trophy engraving

$19.00

 

Income description

Amount

-

-

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$3,425.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

 

Total requested

%

$3,425.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

No, The cost of running the competition ($3200). The provision of food and drink is not essential although it is preferred that all competitors are fed and hydrated.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-124

The Vic Park Invitational Skateboarding Competition

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

LESF242

The Vic Park Annual Skateboarding Contest

2015/16 Round 1 Local Events Support Fund - Awaiting Payment

Approved
$0.00


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-126

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

The New Zealand Dance Advancement Trust

Physical address

113 Wellesley Street West, Auckland Central Auckland 1010

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Ceremonial Dance Performance by Seniors Marking Remembrance Sunday at The Auckland War Memorial Museum

Dates

01/08/2016 - 01/08/2016

Location

The Auckland War Memorial Museum

Summary

This project is provides a creative collaborative performance opportunity for seniors which culminates in a performance at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Remberance Sunday (13th November 2016). The 6-12 dancers participating will be invited to explore their understanding of remembrance over twenty, one-hour movement sessions.  Together with NZDC's Community Engagement Leader, Kerry-Ann Stanton, they will choreograph a work that incorporates their understanding of remembrance using ceremonial elements and dance.   The end goal of the 20 session dance workshop is an eleven-minute performance in The Sanctuary at the AWMM at 11am that will complete with the ringing of the museum bell.

Requesting grant for

We are requesting funding for the following items as per the attached budget:

 - Studio hire of the rehearsal space

- Development of choreography

- Facilitation of rehearsals (dance teacher)

- Travel costs 

- Costs in relation to purchase and use of music

- Costume hire and props

- Honorarium of dancers

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

10 to 12

Audience size

All attendees at the Auckland War Memorial Museum Remembrance Sunday.  We anticipate several hundred attendees.

Promotion

Yes, Yes, we are planning to promote the event through the Auckland Museum communications, on our website, via our eDM Newsletter, via Facebook, through Neighbourly, DANZ and Word of Mouth.

Local board recognition

With logo acknowledgement on our website, flyer and our eDM and at speeches at the event.

Reason for the project

The Auckland War Memorial Museum requested NZDC & the Feisty Feet Dance Troupe to develop this performance based on research and their audience needs.

Community benefit

1.         The dancers themselves and their families.  

2.         Families and attendees at the Remembrance Day Marking

3.         The collective community’s understanding of the role older people play in performing and interpreting history in a contemporary way

4.  NZDC is contributing to the diversity and vibrancy of Auckland and to Auckland Council's goal to become the World's Most Liveable City.  We will be contributing to this goal at a local level.  

5.  Contributing to and providing equitable access and engagement for seniors to experience dance as an expressive artform.

6.  Contributing to our unique culture and heritage by celebrating Remembrance Sunday.

Alignment with local board priorities

·    our communities can participate fully in community life

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities

·    our distinctive heritage and historic places is promoted and preserved

This project is intended as an extension of NZDC's regular classes to provide a creative collaborative performance opportunity for seniors to participate in and commemorate Rememberance Day with a performance at The Auckland War Memorial Museum.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Inspirita Limited

In-kind support & expertise to design and deliver the project

Auckland War Memorial Museum

Marking of Remembrance Day

Demographics

Maori outcomes

No

Accessible to disabled

Yes -The performance will be accessible to people with disabilities and the dancers themselves have a range of age-related disabilities.

Targeted at long term disability

 

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

14%

%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Rehearsal Space 20 Hours @ $30 p/h

$600.00

Choreography 40 Hours @ $ 30 p/h

$1,200.00

Dress Rehearsal & Performance

$360.00

Project Supervision (Shona McCullagh Salary)

$1,000.00

Rehearsal Director 40 Hours at $30 p/h

$1,200.00

Music (Purchase & Mixing)

$175.00

Music Use Fee

$175.00

Costume Hire

$800.00

Honorarium ($100 per dancer)

$1,000.00

Roses

$50.00

Travel Costs @ 560kms at .77c per km

$431.20

 

Income description

Amount

Auckland War Memorial Museum (Koha)

$500.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$6,991.00

$0.00

$500.00

$0.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

100%

$6,991.20

Total requested

%

$6,991.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, All direct costs (non salary)

 - Rehearsal space

- Travel Costs

- Music Rights

- Costume Hire

- Honararium

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1720-126

Ceremonial Dance Performance by Seniors Marking Remembrance Sunday at The Auckland War Memorial Museum

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

CASF_161700082

 

Central Community Group Accommodation Support Grant 2015-2016 - Awaiting payment

Approved
$3,750.00

RegAC16_2_145

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grants Programme 16_2 - Assessment 2016

Declined
$0.00

RegAC16_2_126

The New Zealand Dance Company's 2016 Productions for Auckland Audience Development

Regional Arts and Culture Grants Programme 16_2 - Assessment 2016

Approved
$15,000.00

REF16S00033

New Zealand Dance Company Double Bill Auckland Season at Q Theatre + Tamaki Schools Tour

Regional Event Fund 2015/2016 - Round 2 Strategic Priorities - Application

Undecided
$0.00

QR1620-225

New Zealand Dance Company - Yep! Auckland Autumn School

Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two, 2015/16 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

LG1616-153

Lumina - North Island Tour

Rodney Local Grants Round One 2015/16 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

RegAC16_1_039

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grants Programme 16_1 - Assessment

Approved
$25,000.00

AA15_2_014

Lumina

Arts Alive Round 2 2014/2015 - Acquitted Arts Alive 2014/15 Round 2

Approved
$15,000.00

WTA1_141500045

The New Zealand Dance Company Youth Engagement Programme April 2015

Waitemata Local Board Discretionary Community Funding - Acquitted

Approved
$3,000.00

AA15_100007

Rotunda 2015 National Tour

Arts Alive 2014/15 Round 1 - Acquitted Arts Alive 2014/15 Round 1

Approved
$10,000.00

CASF_141500044

113 Wellesley Street West, Auckland Central

Central Community Group Accommodation Support Fund 2014-2015 - Declined

Declined
$0.00

IRCFAOct1300003

 

Interim Regional Community Fund: Arts Organisations - Pre-eligibility

Declined
$0.00

AA14_100031

EDGY SEASON (working title)

Arts Alive - Cancelled Arts Alive Projects

Approved
$17,500.00

ASF14_100101

 

Central - Community Accommodation Support Fund - Round 1 2013/2014 - Acquitted

Approved
$8,555.25

 


 

Multi-board applications

 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-117

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Emote Trust

Physical address

41 Oak Manor Drive, Albany Auckland 0632

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Arts and culture

Umbrella organisation

N/A

Legal status

Charitable Trust

Project details

Project title

Dancing in the Park

Dates

01/11/2016 - 01/11/2016

Location

Albert Park Rotunda, Princes Street, Auckland

Summary

This project is a series of entertaining events, and a youth programme for the community. It is to fund the existing monthly Dancing in the Park events, as well as a monthly Youth Edition - Dancing in the Park events where the youth design, create and perform at the event to the public, as an opportunity for voices of the youth to be heard. Running alongside the regular festival events is a youth programme that teaches youth a range of art forms and skills they can use to manage emotions and stay engaged within their community.

Requesting grant for

All of it - across multiple boards and funding bodies

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

1500

Audience size

8000

Promotion

Yes, Promotions on radio stations, interviews on TV talk shows, going into schools and community organisations (presentations and flyers), social media marketing, website, our youtube channel and facebook page, etc.

Local board recognition

We are hoping that this project is primarily funded by the council so will promote their support over the PA, include the council logos in all digital marketing material, flyers, etc. Invite council and board members to our events.

Reason for the project

Yes - the public requested monthly events which is why we got them running monthly.  Most funding boards are calling for youth focused projects and events, specifically calling for more opportunities for youth to engage in the arts.

Community benefit

Improved health and wellbeing of individuals - based on feed back and return visits to our recurring events. Empowerment and increased participation of youth - good numbers of youth engaged in the projects and events, with positive feedback.  Good media coverage of the events and programme, good feedback from tourists who attend our events.

Alignment with local board priorities

·      more opportunities are created for people to enjoy our parks and open spaces,

·    maori culture and heritage is promoted,

·    people are more active in local arts, events and recreation activities

We are a creative arts and culture event held in Albert Park. Here we run events and workshops where the public can get involved in a range of playful and creative artforms, for good health and wellbeing. We cater to all ages, providing recreational activities and entertainment for the full family to engage in together. We are a platform for maori culture, as we popular with backpackers and tourists, as well as enabling us residents a chance to connect more deeply to our cultural heritage.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

We try to incorporate Tikanga Māori where we can in the event. Each event is opened and closed with a cermonial karakia, we have Māori talent as part of our regular crew (many of the team including the creator/director/producer are Māori), and our MC, who is not Kiwi, but is an immigrant who loves and respects the Māori culture, sings in both English and Te Reo. We do so because our events attract a lot of tourists who want to see Māori arts and culture, as well as providing an opportunity for Kiwi's who don't typically get exposed to any Māori culture in their everyday lives to do so. The youth programme has an instructor dedicated to kapahaka & Māori arts.

Accessible to disabled

Yes -It is in a public park with wheelchair access

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

100%

100%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

10%

50%

30%

10%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

6x Dancing in the Park events = 6x $8000

$48,000.00

6x Dancing in the Park Youth Edition events = 6x $5000

$30,000.00

Youth Emote Project - 24 weeks x $2000 each

$48,000.00

 

Income description

Amount

Donations

$5,000.00

Fundraising

$10,000.00

Stall Fees

$5,000.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$126,000.00

$20,000.00

$0.00

$20,000.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Waitemata Local Board

%

$7,500.00

Albert-Eden Local Board

%

$7,500.00

Orakei Local Board

%

$7,500.00

Puketapapa Local Board

%

$3,000.00

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board

%

$3,000.00

 

 

 

Total requested

%

$28,500.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?

Yes, We can reduce the number of Youth Emote Project workshops, reduce crew and talent from events if we have to work on a smaller budget. As this requires a contribution from multiple sources for multiple events and workshops, any contribution will benefit and if we fall short of the full budget we can reduce instructors, workshops or talent from the events or youth programme.

Funding history

Application ID

Project title

Round - Stage

Decision

Total allocated

LG1717-117

Dancing in the Park Christmas Eve Special Event @ Albany Lakes

Upper Harbour Local Grants, Round One, 2016/17 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

WE1620-112

Dancing in the Park

Waitemata Local Events Development Fund 2016/2017 - Submitted

Undecided
$0.00

LG1720-117

Dancing in the Park

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017 - Multi-Board

Undecided
$0.00

LG1618-224

Dancing in the Park

Waiheke Local Grants, Round Two, 2015/16 - Assessed by Grant Advisor

Undecided
$0.00

LG1618-236

Youth Emote Project

Waiheke Local Grants, Round Two, 2015/16 - Assessed by Grant Advisor

Undecided
$0.00

LG1607-251

Dancing in the Park

Howick Local Grant, Round Two, 2015/2016 - SME Assessment Complete

Approved
$3,750.00

QR1620-533

Dancing in the Park

Waitemata Quick Response, Round Four, 2015/2016 - Awaiting payment

Approved
$1,000.00

 


 

Application summary and assessment                                                       LG1720-125

Waitemata Local Grant, Round One, 2016/2017

Catholic Social Services

Physical address

31 Lincoln Street, Ponsonby Auckland 1144

Organisation/individual

Organisation

Main focus

Community

Umbrella organisation

N/A

 

Legal status

Other: Corporate sole under the Roman Catholic Bishops Empowering Act 1997

Project details

Project title

Pacific Living Without Violence

Dates

01/10/2016 - 01/10/2016

Location

31 Lincoln Street, Ponsonby, Auckland

Summary

This service primarily is to protect and save our children from violence.  We see too much suffering in the eyes of children of mothers seeking our support.  We offer this programme to ensure mothers can provide care for her and her family ahd every child regardless of their background has the opportunity to live their god given talent and thrive in whatever they want out to life.

Requesting grant for

Funding to support families through crisis situations.  This is working with police and government agencies to provide safety and protection of mothers and children from perpetrators of domestic and family.  This critical task can only be dealt with by our highly experienced, trained and professional social work and counselling practitioners.

Cost of participation

 

Active participants

200

Audience size

5000 -6000

Promotion

Yes, Newsletter and word of mouth.

Local board recognition

Newsletter, annual report and word of mouth ( speaking engagements).

Reason for the project

CSS has provided services since the 1920’s where social issues will vary from one generation to the next. Evidence of need in the community has been apparent and observed over many years. A sample of in-house records from our client management system collected over the last 3-4 years is both objective and qualitative and involves over 2000 people (clients). The main issues for all ethnicities are mental health (30%), domestic violence (18%), relationship breakdowns (16%), deprivation (16%), parenting (8%) and other issues (10%). The highest client group is Pasifika, with main issues being mental health, domestic violence and deprivation.

Community benefit

Children and their families in hardship are supported and child maltreatment is stopped or significantly reduced through quality holistic services, culturally appropriate programs enabling a pathway to self- determination, settled lifestyle and independence. 

• Adult victims/survivors are supported, addressing perpetrators’ behaviour and reducing violent crime (family violence, sexual violence, elder abuse and neglect) through involvement of their community and church community. 

•People are free of mental illness e.g. stress, depression, isolation, anxiety and suicidal tendencies

Alignment with local board priorities

·      improve the health of our community,

·    develop and encourage community participation,

·    improve actual and perceived safety in our community 

Keeping families, children and individuals safe from any form of violence impacts all aspects of our community locally and nationally.  The effects are social, economic, financial and environmental etc.

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

-

-

Demographics

Maori outcomes

Yes -Honoring the treaty and restoring mana of all clients.

Accessible to disabled

Yes – We are known for our work with all minority groups.  Our work in known and clients are referred by other agencies or they self refer as a consequence of word of mouth.

Targeted at long term disability

No

 

Percentage of male

Percentage of female

All - not targeted at either male/female

%

%

100%

 

< 15 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

%

%

%

%

%

%

 

Target ethnic groups

Pacific Peoples

Financial information

Expenditure item

Amount

Human Resources

$238,452.00

Emergency family support

$6,000.00

Staff Training

$8,370.00

 

Income description

Amount

No other income is expected - service is provided free

$0.00

 

Total expenditure

Total income

Other grants approved

Applicants contribution

$252,822.00

$90,000.00

$97,300.00

$41,522.00

 

Local board

Benefit to board area

Amount requested

Albert-Eden Local Board

29%

$6,380.00

Puketapapa Local Board

22%

$4,840.00

Waitemata Local Board

29%

$6,380.00

Total requested

%

$17,600.00

If full amount requested is not able to be funded, would a smaller amount be of assistance?