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Tuesday 17 May 2022

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ITEM   TABLE OF CONTENTS            PAGE

 

15        Auckland Transport - Local Board Feedback on New North Road Options

B.      Feedback from public consultation               3

16        Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund 2021/2022 grant allocations

A.      Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund - application summary                                 109

B.      Waitematā Local Grants Programme 2021/2022                                                 211

17        Waitematā Local Grant Round and Multi-board Grant Round Two 2021/2022 grant allocations

A.      Waitematā Local Grant round two - application summary                                 215

B.      Waitematā Multi-board Grant round two - application summary                                 327

C.      Waitematā Local Grants Programme 2021/2022                                                 393



Waitematā Local Board

17 May 2022

 

 

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Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202230

AKSamba Incorporated

Physical address

Auckland Bowling Club
100 Stanley Street
Parnell Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

We are a Brazilian-inspired percussion and dance band. We play a range of infectious rhythms with dance performances aimed at encouraging interaction at a variety of predominantly public events (parades, market days, festivals, sporting events, charity fundraisers). We help bring people together and are diverse in our membership and appeal. We also offer workshops in percussion  which give anyone from the community an opportunity to try samba for themselves, and run weekly practices which allow our members to learn and develop their skills under experienced leaders.

Activities or services benefit the local board

We are a Brazilian-inspired percussion and dance band. We play a range of infectious rhythms with dance performances aimed at encouraging interaction at a variety of predominantly public events. These include, but are not limited to: the Farmers Santa Parade, St. Patrick's Day Parade, Pride Parade, Ponsonby Market Days, Wynyard Quarter opening and anniversaries, festivals, sporting events, charity fundraisers. We help bring people together, provide entertainment and are diverse in our membership and appeal. We also offer workshops in percussion which give people from the community an opportunity to try samba for themselves. We run weekly practices which allow our members to learn and develop their skills under experienced leaders.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Our main alignment is that we empower women and girls. Both our band leaders are women and over half of our membership are women. The events we play at are generally smokefree and those run by Council encourage waste minimisation through providing bins for rubbish, recycling and compostable waste.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

We are a band of about 40 members at any one time, so we need a fairly large space to practice in. Because of the volume of our instruments and time of practice, this needs to be well away from residential buildings. The space also needs to allow us to hear each other without acoustic interference. As we have a number of large instruments, we need to have access to carparks close to the venue. Our practice location in central Auckland makes it easily accessible for those travelling from other areas of Auckland.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

No

 

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

75

Regional

25

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Auckland Bowling Club, 100 Stanley st, Parnell, Auckland 1010

$6900.00

$1380.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$6900.00

$ 5,520.00

 

Cover of shortfall

We have not been able to perform much in the last couple of ears due to most public events being cancelled. We would cover the shortfall from our membership fees.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202230

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202205

Auckland Writers' and Readers' Festival Charitable Trust

Physical address

Suite 9A  Wellesley Centre
44-52 Wellesley Street
Auckland Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

The Auckland Writers Festival Waituhi o Tāmaki has been delivering an accessible and engaging programme of events that celebrate reading, writing, books and ideas for the widest possible audience for 22 years within the Waitematā Local Board area. Across a six-day period the Festival showcases 180+ New Zealand and international (in-person & via livestream link) writers, thinkers and commentators in discussions, debates, readings, conversations, performances, lectures, awards ceremonies and book launches. The 200+ Festival events on offer include a free Rā Whanau for 2–10-year-olds and families featuring the best of children’s publishing, a heavily subsidised Schools Programme that attracts 6000 9-17 year-olds from across the region and the upper North Island, and a free street event that takes writers out of the venue to perform in the city’s streets and businesses. AWF also delivers a creative writing mentoring programme for lower-decile secondary schools in Auckland.

Activities or services benefit the local board

The Festival brings vital economic activity to Auckland’s centre, of particular benefit in a Covid environment. Our audience and guests spend money in the city, buying food, beverages and goods at the Festival venue and surrounding eating establishments and businesses; they stay at hotels, pay for parking and use public transport. The Festival further benefits local business by hosting approximately125 guests and staff at hotels in the local board area.
 
The Festival is one of the largest arts and cultural events in the country’s calendar. Holding an event of this calibre in the Waitematā Local Board area further reinforces that this is a place that delivers world class events, supports the arts and values diversity. The Festival provides forums, within the local board area, for people to gather, discuss and share ideas, issues and stories that are relevant for everybody, recognising that this contributes to building strong connected communities.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

A key objective is to reach out to the broadest possible audience, inclusive of the diverse ethnic communities of the city. Programming is wide ranging, inclusive and reflects the multiplicity of view-points of our diverse city. The line-up features Māori, Pasifika & Asian writers and thinkers, and curated sessions where these diverse cultural perspectives take centre stage. 
 
The Festival offers people an opportunity to be actively engaged in local arts events with 180+ NZ writers and thinkers taking part.
 
We are committed to being accessible to all, 1/3 of our programme is free & remainder at low cost.
 
Our audience brings beneficial economic activity into the Local Board area over six days.
 
The Festival has a strong tradition of working with local volunteers. Over 120 volunteers assist with every aspect of the Festival week from front of house to data collection. 
 
*Previous programmes demonstrate the range of events: writersfestival.co.nz/past-festivals

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Our Festival office is in a central location, within a few minutes’ walk of the Aotea Centre/Aotea Te Pokapū where the majority of the Festival events take place. The Aotea Centre is the only venue in the region that has the capacity to run the number of events necessary to maintain the scale of the programme in a central Auckland location. The AWF office is also very close to the hotel where we host many of our visiting writers, enabling Festival staff to welcome writers at the hotel and escort them to the venue efficiently. There is a considerable amount of administration over the course of the Festival and proximity to the venue is crucial, and the venue is essential to the success of the Festival.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

When seeking new premises in 2017, Festival management surveyed available rental space that would suit our needs and budget. Our current offices were among some of the cheapest available and were also substantially cheaper than shared premises, which was investigated. The affordable monthly rental, combined with close proximity to the Festival venue and our guests’ accommodation made our current offices the best option.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Auckland Live

Main venue owner/operator

Large family of sponsors eg Heartland Bank, Craigs Investment Partners, University of Auckland

Financial / In kind support

Auckland schools

Provide advice and feedback on our Schools Programme, and particular schools work with us in the delivery of our creative writing mentoring programme

Heart of the City

Promotional partner

NZ Book Awards Trust

AWF contracted to produce annual awards event

Karangahape Road Business Association

Promotional partner for street activation event

Arts and community organisations such as Objectspace and Auckland Libraries

Support events and provide venues for smaller events

Ngati Whatua Orakei

Partner with local iwi to open the Festival on Gala Night

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Wellesley Centre, Suite 9A, Wellesley Centre, 44-52 Wellesley

$46670.88

$39416.08

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$46670.88

$ 5,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

We operate on an annual break even budget that starts from zero each year, and each year we need to raise two thirds of that budget to get to break even. We do this through securing sponsorships, grants, patronage and box office sales. 
 
Note: We have shifted our Festival dates from May to Aug in 2022 to avoid Covid disruption with full support of partners, sponsors and funders.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202205

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

LG2220-135

Asian Curated Series of sessions at AWF 2022

2021/2022 Waitematā Local Grants, Round One -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

RegPr_22_1030_

Auckland Writers Festival Waituhi o Tāmaki

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$20,000.00

ASF202105

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,500.00

RegPr002

Auckland Writers Festival Waituhi o Tāmaki

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Acquitted

Approved

$20,000.00

RegPr021

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Acquitted

Approved

$7,350.00

RegPr20_200047

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Business

Declined

$0.00

QR2020-122

K Road Capers

2019/2020 Waitematā Quick Response, Round One -  Grants refunded

Approved

$3,000.00

RegPr20_100028

The Auckland Writers Festival

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$20,000.00

RegSR20_100001

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_1 Strategic relationship -  Submitted

Declined

$0.00

ASF192003

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$5,000.00

RegPr19_200028

The Auckland Writers Festival

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 19_2 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$25,000.00

REF1400014

Auckland Writers & Readers Festival 2014

Regional Event Fund 2013/2014 -  Assessment

Undecided

$0.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202235

Auckland Youth Orchestra Inc.

Physical address

C/- St Peter's College Music Department
23 Mountain Rd
Grafton Auckland 1023
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

AYO trains up to 90 young people each year (ages 14-24) in the skills of orchestral playing.They develop skills that can take them into a professional career and they develop friendships which often last a lifetime. The players represent a wide range of ethnicitites and
they learn about each others' cultures along the way, increasing their understanding of one another - which is good for our city.
Three players are elected each year to the Executive Committee to represent the players. These young people develop organisational skills and awareness of how Committees work and they develop strong ethics of volunteering and reliability.

Activities or services benefit the local board

The activity of AYO in the Waitemata area benefits the wider Waitemata community by offering them the opportunity to attend a free, symphony concert three times each year. We typically have full houses and our audience is comprised of a wide range of ages and, presumably socio-economic groups, as there is no cost to attend, other than transportation. Of note, a significant proportion of our audience is comprised of students who can attend because of the free entry - this not only benefits them as individuals, but it benefits our city on the long term as these young adults become the adults of the future who will financially support the city's artists and art initiatives.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

AYO's activities support two of the Waitemata Local Board's current highest priorities for grants: empowering women and girls and providing smoke-free programmes and events - all our events  (rehearsals and concerts) are always smoke-free.  The orchestra is currently comprised of females 45% females and 55% males - all players must audition for a place and no discrimination is made on gender or race - it is entirely about ability.  Our soloists this year are 3 females (one pianist and 2 singers) and 2 males.  Last year we also had 3 females and 2 males.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Over the past nearly 75 years of its operation, the orchestra has built up an excellent library of sheet music (every work which is performed requires parts for each player plus a full score for the conductor). This asset facilitates our programming and is available for other orchestras around the country to borrow from (the National Library of NZ has a copy of our catalogue). Such a resource takes a significant amount of storage space and it must be stored somewhere which is dry and accessible. For many years now, the library has been stored (in numbered archive filing boxes) in purpose-built cupboards around two sides of one of the rooms in the St Mark's Church hall facility on Remuera Rd - this venue is conveniently accessible for our volunteer librarians and is both dry and light.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We are always alert to researching potential storage spaces, looking to minimise costs and share facilities where possible. We are grateful that St Mark's church has not increased their storage charge for many years, and so it would be difficult (perhaps impossible) to find a cheaper solution. Because of the church's generosity, our accommodation cost for this part of our activities is below $2,500.  Our approach this year is the same as last year; it would be wrong to spend more just to become eligible for this grant, so we are applying for support at this reduced level.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

50

Albert-Eden

50

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

St Mark's Hall storage

1808.70$

0.00$

Storage King, Mt Albert

4278.26$

4278.26$

Kohia Terrace School Hall

3485.00$

3485.00$

Auckland Town Hall (2 concerts)

12000.00$

12000.00$

6 sundry concert venues

2620.00$

2620.00$

Metropolitan Rentals (truck to move gear to storage)

130.00$

130.00$

 

Name of funder

Amount applied for

Status of funding

Amount received

Alber-Eden Local Board

$7763.26

Pending

$$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$24322.00

$ 1,800.00

 

Cover of shortfall

NA

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

CCS22_2_155

Free Symphony Concert - October 2022

Creative Communities Scheme CCS22_2 -  Central & Gulf 22_2

Undecided

$0.00

ASF2201-126

 

2022 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  SME assessment completed

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202235

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

QR2120-231

Free September Symphony Concert - Glory

2020/2021 Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

ASF210124

 

2021 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

ASF202124

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$1,800.00

CCS21_3_204

Free Symphony Concert, June 2021

Creative Communities Scheme CCS21_3 -  Central & Gulf Islands 21_3

Declined

$0.00

ASF2001-33

 

2020 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$3,000.00

CCS20_2_178

Tchaikovsky 2020

Creative Communities Scheme 20_2 -  Central & Gulf Islands 20_2

Approved

$3,180.00

CCS20_1_220

Free Symphony Concert - May 2020

Creative Communities Scheme 20_1 -  Central & Gulf Islands 20_1

Declined

$0.00

ASF1901-25

 

2019 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$3,000.00

LG1920-232

Free Symphony Concert, Sept 2019

2018/2019 Waitematā Local Grants, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$2,000.00

CCS19_2_243

Free Symphony Concert, May 2019

Creative Communities Scheme 19_2 -  Acquitted

Approved

$6,000.00

QR1901-235

Concert Preparation - Programme 1, 2019

2018/2019 Albert-Eden Quick Response, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,000.00

QR1920-244

2019 Symphony Concert - Programme 1

2018/2019 Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$2,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202231

Body Positive Incorporated

Physical address

1/3 Poynton Ter
Auckland Central Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Body Positive Inc. (est. 1992) is a charity dedicated to working with HIV positive New
Zealanders and the wider community, providing support and reducing stigma associated
with HIV and AIDS by increasing awareness and empathy. We support HIV positive people
in Auckland and across New Zealand. Many of our HIV+ members are unable to work and/
or face burdensome medical expenses. Many of our core services are aimed at low-income
people. Core services include:
- 1-on-1 counselling
- Free rapid HIV testing
- HIV+ Peer Navigators
- Massage therapy
- Work and Income support
- Support accessing food banks
- Budgeting services
- Assistance to quit smoking
- Free condoms
- Positive Homestay for people new to Auckland
- Podiatrist
We provide education and support groups for HIV positive people across New Zealand, and
we provide general HIV education to the greater community as well.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Body Positive's Auckland drop-in centre forms a vital hub in the fight against HIV, syphilis and other STDs, as well as peer support and social connection, which is doubly important in the face of increased isolation and anxiety around COVID and lockdowns. Last year we used the centre to perform 560 rapid HIV/syphilis tests despite the centre being closed for more than 4 months total. Lockdowns have broken the chain of testing highlighting the need to bring testing back to pre-COVID levels. We run a weekly sexual health clinic from our centre which covers a broader range of STDs. In a pandemic, organisations which test for infections such as HIV and syphilis are doubly important in that immuno-compromised individuals are particularly endangered by the novel virus. During this pandemic or the next, organisations like Body Positive prevent deaths by ensuring that people know their status and find appropriate treatment.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Body Positive aligns strongly with Waitemata Board grants outcome "Connected communities that are inclusive, accessible and equitable." Beyond our core rapid testing services which fundamentally keep the community healthy, the Auckland centre is the office from which our peer support and wellness services are run. These services have formed a vital pillar for people living with HIV in Aotearoa since 1992. HIV is a heavily stigmatized condition and this may be the only safe place where people can discuss their status without fear of disclosure / discrimination. Body Positive is committed to improving these people's lives through our core health and wellbeing services, as well as running educational events, and community level presence at Pride, the Big Gay Out, and World AIDS Day. Each year we hold a candlelight vigil for victims of AIDS. These events help to bring this isolated and stigmatised community together for mutual support and care.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Our Poynton Terrace location, off Pitt Street near K Road in the heart of Auckland's LGBTQI + community is ideally situated as a central location for our members, the large majority of whom identify as gay men (87%). Furthermore many of our members are on low incomes and unable to work due to medical or other reasons. A CBD location is therefore ideal as a public transport hub ensuring that our members can get to the centre with a minimum of fuss regardless of where in Auckland they are coming from, reducing the stress of long travel times and hard-to-find locations. Having a centre which administers rapid-testing for HIV and syphilis so close to Central Auckland's red-light district is also a fantastic resource for maintaining the health of the local community which would be sorely missed.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

As previously mentioned our central location is ideally situated for the community we work
with and is highly desirable for our membership. We have conducted a feasability study in
collaboration with OUTLine (counselling) and RainbowYOUTH to assess whether colocation
is possible and how this would function. We are now looking for capital funding to make a
central rainbow hub in Auckland a reality.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Positive Women Inc

HIV Support

RainbowYOUTH

Support for LGBTQIA+ young people

OUTLINE

Counselling and support for Rainbow communities

New Zealand AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing and Population prevention for HIV

ADHB

Sexual health testing and treatment

Auckland Hospital

Clinical care for People living with HIV

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

0

0

0

0

0

0

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

1/3 Poynton Terrace, Newton

$74769.00

$19769.00

2/3 Poynton Terrace, Newton

$17538.84

$12538.84

 

Name of funder

Amount applied for

Status of funding

Amount received

Lotteries

$30000.00

Pending

$$

Lion Foundation

$10000.00

Pending

$$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$92307.84

$ 20,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

NA

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202231

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202206

CNSST Foundation, formerly known as Chinese New Settlers Services Trust

Physical address

15 Clifton Court
Panmure Auckland 1072
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

CNSST Foundation, formerly known as Chinese New Settlers Services Trust (CNSST), offers culturally and linguistically appropriate social services, education and social housing to Asian and the broader community in New Zealand by the following five teams:
• Social work & counseling team, annually serving 249+ individuals and families and running parenting programmes for 500 local young parents;
• Employment & enterprise team, annually serving over 717 job seekers with over 427 successful job placements;
• Education & settlement team, annually serving over 500 newcomers with settlement support and over 1500 youth and community participants into cultural and art programme;
• Korean community services, annually serving over 200 Korean families;
• Social enterprise team, annually serving over 2000 elderly through Senior Mutual Support Network and weekly educating over 1500 young students at CNSST Cultural Learning Centre.
 
In the Long run, CNSST aims to develop itself as a successful social enterprise.

Activities or services benefit the local board

“Unite Against COVID-19” CNSST Service Response System for the ethnic community
 
From Aug 2021 till present, the “Unite against COVID-19” CNSST Service Response System has directly benefited and supported 7,396 ethnic community members in the provision of information and support for both individuals, whanau, business and groups.
 
We propose the Community Connection Service in Parnell to provide holistic services to the ethnic communities in Waitemata Local board. Our services currently include the weekly cultural learning education, weekly information updates through social media, vaccination booking, RATs and essential need support, mental health and wellbeing support, etc.
 
For post-covid psychosocial support, CNSST Foundation Parnell Branch aims to function as the one-stop service centre, providing our community with
- Information and Support Services
- Art, Cultural and Language Learning Programmes
- Social Services Referral (Child abuse and neglect; Family Violence; Parenting, etc.)
- Employment Services Referrals
- Other Auckland Council community engagement projects

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

The proposed service aligns well as the priority outcome that Connected communities that are inclusive, accessible, and equitable. 
 
Our services target the ethnic community in Waitemata local board area under the impact of COVID-19. We aim to connect the community together and empower them to access social support and local network through culturally and linguistically appropriate services. In Parnell, we set up the branch as a multi-service centre accessible to the ethinic community which directly contribute to the inclusiveness, accessibility and equity to know and benefit from the available information, resources, and the wrap-around social services.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

The need of COVID-related information and connectivity has been proven through the high volume of community inquiries and feedbacks. For instance:
1. From Aug 2021 till now, we have received the inquiries and provided support to 7,396+ community members.
2. The weekly social media information has been widely used and appreciated with the highest reading of one article reaching 6,800+.
3. The Parnell based weekly cultural learning has been temporarily shifted online but still with the participation of 141 on a weekly basis.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We used to be located at Kyber Pass Rd and Davis Crescent, but we find the Jubilee Building is together with a library with sufficient parking and easier public access. And the property management of Parnell Trust is well established and supported. It is a convenient location with multiple service providers.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

80

Albert-Eden

20

 

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Parnell Community Trust

Landlord and Network for Promotion

Auckland Council, Police, CYFs, Hospitals, other NGOS

Partnership, network agencies, referrals

Local businesses, schools and art groups

services users, network for promotion and collaboration

 

 

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

Specific ethnic group

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

545 Parnell Road

$28000.00

$18000.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$28000.00

$ 10,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

CNSST Contribution
Other fundraising and donation

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202206

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

REGCD21_006

'Thriving ethnic community, empowered ethnic people' Project

Regional Community Development grants 2021/2022 -  Awaiting payment

Approved

$0.00

CCS22_1_060

2021 CNSST Youth Arts Exhibition and Award Ceremony

Creative Communities Scheme CCS22_1 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$1,500.00

LG2207-128

"Community Connection" CNSST Education & Wellbeing Programme Howick & Botany

2021/2022 Howick Local Grants, Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$7,500.00

MB2022-158

"Community Connection" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme-South Auckland

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

MB2022-157

“Community Connection” CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme-West Auckland

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,500.00

MB2022-156

"Community Connection" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme- North Auckland

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$1,000.00

MB2022-148

"Community Connection" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme-Central Auckland

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

LFHW2001-15

Love Food Hate Waste - Chinese Community Campaign

Love Food Hate Waste Fund 2020 - 2021 -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,710.00

WMIF2002-126

Compost and fertilize

WMIF September 2020 -  3b. Awaiting reimbursement request

Approved

$5,000.00

LG2107-122

"Unite Against COVID-19" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme

2020/2021 Howick Local Grants, Round One -  Review accountability

Approved

$4,000.00

MB2021-119

"Unite Against COVID-19" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme

2020/2021 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

MB2021-118

"Unite Against COVID-19" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme

2020/2021 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Review accountabliity

Approved

$5,000.00

MB2021-117

"Unite Against COVID-19" CNSST Education and Wellbeing Programme

2020/2021 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Review accountabliity

Approved

$1,000.00

REGCD2020

"A Brighter Future for Us" Multi-culture Community Hub

Regional Community Development 2019/2020 -  Submitted

Approved

$0.00

WMIF1902-065

"Love Food, Love Environment" CNSST Community Cafe

WMIF September 2019 -  5a. Declined

Declined

$0.00

LG2007-137

"A Brighter Future For You" CNSST CLC Cohesion Project

2019/2020 Howick Local Grants, Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$2,000.00

MB1920-119

"A Brighter Future For You" CNSST CLC Cohesion Project

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Grants refunded

Approved

$4,000.00

MB1920-118

"A Brighter Future For You" CNSST CLC Cohesion Project

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$2,500.00

MB1920-117

"A Brighter Future For You" CNSST CLC Cohesion Project

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

MB1920-116

"A Brighter Future For You" CNSST CLC Cohesion Project

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$10,358.00

WMIF1901-048

Organic Waste goes to compost not landfill

WMIF April 2019 -  4b. Grant Completed

Approved

$1,560.00

ASF192033

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

NCE1921-003

Whau Chinese New Year Celebration 2019

2018/2019 Non-Contestable Events - Whau -  Aquitted

Approved

$25,000.00

LG1907-219

New Migrant Orientation Program 2019

2018/2019 Howick Local Grants, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,000.00

MB1819-153

2019 Auckland Children and Young People's Speech Contest

2018/2019 Multi-board Local Grants, Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,000.00

LG1811-317

A Bright Future for You - CNSST Employment & Enterprise Service

2017/2018 Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Grants, Round Three -  Acquitted

Approved

$3,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202222

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand

Physical address

10 New North Rd
Villa Dalmacija, Level 2
Eden Terrace Auckland 1021
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) is working towards a world in which people and nature flourish together to strengthen both the health of our communities and our ecosystems. To do this we run conservation projects in urban, regional and remote locations which volunteers from all sectors of the community can join. We offer a wide variety of activities that provide solutions to the many conservation issues affecting our environment.
 
We regularly run several events per week, some with small teams of 10 volunteers others with over 100. Our volunteers are guided and managed by highly skilled team leaders with qualifications in environmental science, workplace health and safety, first aid and defensive driving.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Community planting days attended by 50-100 volunteers each year are held in the Waitemata local board in partnership with Healthy Waters. Under our Connecting People with Parks (CPP) programme, predator control lines in Auckland Domain, Grey Lynn Park, Westmere, Hakanoa Reserve, Lemington Reserve and Newmarket Park are checked by volunteers twice a week. CVNZ also runs predator control trainings twice a year offering continued involvement and support in this project. 
 
These volunteer activities contribute to the overall management of parks and reserves through improving biodiversity outcomes by controlling environmental pest animals and planting native plants. Benefits to volunteers (who live in the local board area) include: physical health, sense of place, stewardship over a particular site, participation in the local community, interaction with different cultures, team work, education and rehabilitation. Visitors to the parks also enjoy the enhanced amenity value gained from the volunteer activities undertaken.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

CVNZ aligns with the Waitematā grant priorites by: 
 
- Connecting communities: we offer anyone in the community the opportunity to join our volunteer opportunities. These events/activities empower participants to have a positive impact on climate change and the ongoing health of their local parks, whilst meeting others in the community who are passionate about doing the same. 
 
- Creating high quality public spaces: Our events/activities enhance the amenity and ecological values in parks and reserves creating more enjoyable, accessible and sustainable spaces for park users.
 
- Ensuring Waitematā is future focused, green and resilient to climate change: Through our volunteer conservation activities the biodiversity of the land, streams and oceans is increased and the urban ngahere is expanded. The air and water quality are also improved, and low carbon practices are instilled within the community.   
 
Our events/activities are all smoke free and aim to create minimal waste.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

We require a central office location that volunteers coming from all parts of the city can easily travel to by public transport. It is important to us to present our organisation in a professional light and this office space allows us to do that. It is a versatile space where we undertake our operations efficiently, can hold meetings and volunteer inductions and where we have some storage for the many resources needed to keep the volunteer teams supplied with tools, first aid supplies and PPE. We also have a close relationship with Volunteering Auckland who neighbour us in this building and help us with volunteer recruitment.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We looked at many other options in 2016 before settling on this space due to the many benefits it offers us: space to store tools, spaces to park our project vehicles, its central location for volunteers with no transport, its proximity to Volunteering Auckland who help us with volunteer recruitment, its central location to reach both ends of Auckland with equal ease and enhancing the areas we can work in and its size which fits the size of our team (around 10 people a mix of permanent and part time roles).

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Albert-Eden

7

Franklin

15

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

4

Manurewa

10

Ōrākei

5

Papakura

10

Puketāpapa

10

Rodney

10

Devonport-Takapuna

4

Whau

7

Waiheke

2

Waitākere Ranges

12

Waitematā

4

 

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Volunteering New Zealand

promotes volunteering for us

Volunteering Auckland

promotes volunteering for us

Auckland Council

long term project partner

Friends of Oakley Creek

we provide volunteers on conservation projects

Pourewa Restoration Group

we provide volunteers on conservation projects

Apirana volunteer group

we provide volunteers on conservation projects

MSD

Partner with them to employ people who are on the work and income benefit and train them in conservation field with aim to get them full-time employment after

Trees for survival

we provide them with site that need trees on the papakura stream

STEPS

we provide volunteers on conservation projects

Several corporate partners

Provide support for several of our programmes

Urban Ark

Provide support with community trapping groups

Tahuna Torea volunteer group

we provide volunteers on conservation projects

Friends of Churchill Park

Aids in volunteer predator control

Sustainable Business Network

Partner in several programmes

Several groups in Whau, Puketāpapa and Albert -Eden  local boards

This programme aims to connect migrants with their local communities using conservation as a platform, we work in partnership with these groups to promote the programme and recruit volunteers.

 

 

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Level 2, Villa Dalmacija, 10 New North Rd, Eden Terrace, Auckland 1021

$32872.85

$12872.85

 

Name of funder

Amount applied for

Status of funding

Amount received

Albert Eden Local Board

20000.00$

Pending

$$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$32872.85

$ 20,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

NA

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF2201-101

 

2022 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  SME assessment completed

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202222

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

WPF212218

Papakura Stream Restoration Project

Waterway Protection Fund 2021-2022 -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

RENH21/22049

Ecological Enhancement of the Awaawaroa Wetland Reserve

Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant 2021 - 2022 -  Paid - awaiting completion report

Approved

$22,500.00

ASF210116

 

2021 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$6,000.00

CCF20/2100028

 

2020/2021 Community Coordination and Facilitation Grant Programme  -  Project in progress

Approved

$35,000.00

ASF202022

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

ASF2001-21

Albert Eden Accommodation Support

2020 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Awaiting funding agreement

Approved

$8,000.00

RENH19/20067

Ecological Enhancement of the Awaawaroa Wetland Reserve

Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant 2019 - 2020 -  Project completed - report received

Approved

$24,900.00

ASF192036

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$1,500.00

ASF1901-18

 

2019 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RENH18/19086

Ecological Enhancement of the Awaawaroa Wetland Reserve (second phase)

Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant 2018 - 2019 -  Project completed - report received

Approved

$13,000.00

ASF1801-004

 

2018 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$20,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202225

Fun and Games Toy Library Incorporated

Physical address

446 Parnell Rd
Parnell Auckland 1052
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Our Toy Library provides a wide range of good quality educational toys, games, puzzles and play equipment for loan to children and their families in the local community. We assist children with their intellectual and physical development through age-appropriate toys available for loan. We cater to children ages 0-7, including those with special needs. We save families significant money, and the environment landfill as parents can borrow instead of buy. We also provide toys that are too large to store at home, allowing access to toys that children wouldn't otherwise have. Our toy library has provided this valuable service to our local community since 1995 by providing an affordable borrowing service to promote development skills of children through play.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Many local families utilise our services, as well as some from out of the Waitemata area. We are the closest Toy Library to the city centre. We have approximately 65 families actively using our services, and hope to expand that number this year as we improve our toys and focus on our marketing strategies. There are no other toy libraries in the central Auckland, Parnell, Remuera or Orakei area. We also know that a lot of our toys are used for members' family events (i.e., birthday parties and other events) so the benefit stretches beyond the members. We have participated in the Parnell Rose Festival in recent years. We encourage local grandparents and people that are new to the community to experience our Toy Library with a casual or trial membership as well.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

We align with the following Priorities:
Inclusive communities that are vibrant, healthy and connected
The natural environment is valued, protected and enhanced
 
We offer a large number of outdoor toys for kids - scooters, bikes, slides, rollercoaster, cars, diggers) allowing families to play outside more. Borrowing is a fantastic environmental option, inevitably reducing landfill waste from unwanted toys. Some of our toys have been in circulation for 15 years, with very high borrowing rates. Our library offers a place for the community to connect and volunteer. We are hoping to reach out to even more people in the community this year, not limited to the local families.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Our current premises is centrally located at the back of the Church, and we have access to onsite parking, in a unit that is easily accessible for pushchairs/wheelchairs, safe for toddlers and babies, and has secure space with 24/7 alarm monitoring. We have shelving space to display the toys in a safe manner, and easily available to borrowers. There is a church-run music session which attracts a lot of families, and we have our library open on that day; we are aware this is very convenient for a lot of our families. The church is also very accommodating in allowing our signage in their main hall and advertising for us on their website, extending the reach of our community engagement.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We are always keeping our eye out for newly available public space to rent. However, our needs are quite specific in that we need premises that are safe and accessible for children,and that has ample parking so that carrying the toys out of the library (while minding children!) can be done safely and easily. Rents in Parnell are quite high, and we need a large, lockable space to store our toys. We feel quite fortunate not to have not had a rent increase of late, and we have maintained a good working relationship with the church.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

90

Ōrākei

10

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Toy Library Federation NZ

Admin and operational support

Plunket

Marketing

Local kindergartens

Marketing

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

95

5

 

 

 

 

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Holy Trinity Cathedral 446 Parnell Road

$5335.00

$0.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$5335.00

$ 5,335.00

 

Cover of shortfall

If we were only partly funded we would look to cover the shortfall by applying for other grants or looking for sponsorship in some other way. Alternatively we can use our own cash at hand, as we have reached our goal of having a minimum of one year's worth of operating costs in savings. However, our annual budget depends on grant money, so we are quite dependent on grants to stay operational in the long term.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202225

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202130

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202213

Hackland

Physical address

21 Newton Rd
Grey Lynn Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Hackland is a space for people to share tools, materials, equipment and workspace to build with minimal restrictions.
Hackland enables the community to inexpensively explore creative expression and brings together like-minded people to work on collaborative projects.
Hackland is about sharing abilities, capabilities and experiences. Our members collaborate and mentor each other to learn new skills.
Hackland enables the community to come together and get access to tools that are not easily affordable to individuals - therefore allowing them to educate and train in new technologies. Members now have access to a CNC mill, 3D printers, metal lathe, robot arm,
laser cutter, electronics equipment, sewing machines and a knitting machine.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Hackland offers an open community to anyone interested in creating, making, DIY and electronics. We also offer many different events to the public that are usually free or koha based - providing activities and sharing knowledge.
Our membership fee is not a fixed amount, so that members can gain access to this community and the shared facilities regardless of their socio-economic background.
Hackland has a fruitful relationship with the Auckland Library of Tools (ALoT) who sublease the front of the building from us. Their service is a valuable offering to the public and we would love to be able to facilitate their growth without straining our own members with increased fees.
Hackland has local and regional members. They come here to socialise, meet up with friends and buy food and drink - therefore supporting local businesses.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Hackland is a not-for-profit incorporated society that mainly serves the local community by sharing tools and knowledge for creative and innovative work. We value and support a strong and sustainable local community. We cooperate with local groups like the Auckland Library of Tools and individuals that are in need of a location for workshops to upskill the community. Local makers, creatives and artists gain affordable access to machinery that allows them to create in new ways and upskill themselves with otherwise inaccessible technology like lasercutters, CNC machines and screenprinting.
Sustainability is a big driver for Hackland members, e.g. members have built a garden for Hackland out of recycled pallet wood that would otherwise go to landfill.
Hackland is interested in a resilient and vibrant neighbourhood and hope to be a valuable contribution to the Grey Lynn/Newton area.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

For Hackland to serve its members well, it needs to be centrally located and easily accessible by Public transport, walking and cycling.
It also needs to have access to nearby parking facilities so that members can transport larger tools, materials and equipment.
The space needs to be suitable for workshop activities and be of a reasonable size to house tools and space for several people working at the same time.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

This is why we moved to the new premise at 21 Newton Rd early last year.
The new premise gives us a better rate per sqm and allows for a more accessible clean working space (for sewing, soldering, 3D printing) and more space for the Auckland Library of Tools who were able to expand.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

70

Albert-Eden

15

Regional

15

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Auckland Library of Tools

The are co-located at same building, access to tools to take home via low-cost membership

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

21 Newton Road

$48874.92

$30000.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$48874.92

$ 18,874.92

 

Cover of shortfall

The shortfall in funding would be need to be covered by our membership fees, donations and the financial contribution of Auckland Library of Tools (another organisation that provides a critical community service out of our premise).
Without the accommodation grant, we would be unable to serve low income members of the community, needing to charge for events and raise membership fees.
Instead, with the full accommodation grant, we will be able to redirect member fees into procuring new and better tools, improve the space and enable us to host more free public events.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202213

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

WMIF2101-059

Auckland 48Hr Upcycling Hackathon & Workshops

WMIF August 2021 -  2b. Panelist Review - Waste Solutions ONLY

Declined

$0.00

ASF202117

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

QR2120-113

Move Hackland and Auckland Library of Tools to new premises

2020/2021 Waitematā Quick Response, Round One -  Review accountability

Approved

$3,000.00

ASF2001-16

 

2020 Albert-Eden Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$8,000.00

WMIF1702-083

Urban GrowPods

WMIF September 2017 -  4b. Grant Completed

Approved

$4,504.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202226

Indian Ink Trust

Physical address

Level, 323 Queen Street
Auckland Central
Auckland Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Indian Ink Trust encourages the development of theatre arts in NZ by supporting Indian Ink Theatre Company to deliver an annual programme for Auckland’s diverse communities. The Trust has a particular emphasis on supporting different theatrical forms and traditions and encourages the understanding of other cultures. Indian Ink is one of NZ’s most successful theatre companies with a reputation for innovation and excellence. 
Based on Queen Street in Auckland's CBD, their activities include: 
• creating original NZ Indian plays which are toured nationally 
• capability building of the arts sector 
• creating accessible and equitable paths for audience development 
• developing pathways and employment for emerging and established arts practitioners
• building a professional infrastructure – 5 FTE staff (and 1 intern) & numerous contractors 
• offering public & schools-only performances that build empathy and deepen understanding of the world
• building arts patronage

Activities or services benefit the local board

Through: 
- contributing to the region's diverse cultural identity by sharing original NZ Indian stories through live performance (increasing understanding and empathy across cultures).
- creating more vibrant, connected communities through equitable ticket prices and accessible work
- building the region's capability/resilience through internships and youth pathways eg training interns and supporting into paid work, “Next Gen” (for 18-26 year olds passionate about theatre, by youth for youth ). After a successful trial, we’re actively seeking funding to continue this programme. - offering free engaging/enlivening educational experiences to all Aucklanders through workshops and post-show forums.
- supporting equity in our region by offering diverse representation on stage, centering on the South Asian immigrant experience.
- creating unique access to the arts for Auckland students through heavily discounted schools-only matinees, Q&A sessions, and in-depth performance workshops
- building long-term arts patronage to support arts sustainability in Auckland

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Through:
- equitable ticket prices reducing economic barriers for young people, students, seniors and families, as well as free companion tickets.
- affordable access to education opportunities: discounted schools-only matinees, free workshops, free post show forums. 
- creating access opportunities for Māori and Pasifika youth by providing free transportation, tickets and a workshop to at least one under-resourced Auckland school.
 - encouraging participation for our youth through “Next Gen” programme
- performing in an accessible, central venue (wheelchair access, elevators, gender-neutral and accessible toilets, bilingual signs in te reo Māori, audio loop for hearing aids, service animal friendly spaces). 
- offering diverse representation on stage, meaning minority cultures feel connected and seen.
- bringing life/energy/colour/vibrancy/diversity into the city and giving Aucklanders a great reason to travel and invest in the central city.
- a shared artistic experience that builds community and supports the emotional and physical wellbeing of Aucklanders.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

- it's close to Q Theatre, where Indian Ink performs
– we're near other arts organisations, engendering more cross-pollination/cross-promotion, building synchronicity and capability for the arts in general 
- its central location makes it easy to access for employees/contractors/interns with public transport, particularly useful for interns 
- we can connect with the many business owners in the area
- our office is a central arts hub for Next Gen. Participants use it as their own focused creative working space (with free wifi and printing).

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We are part of an arts network that is investigating shared spaces but as yet, none of the options looked at to date are as useful as the current central space we're in (which is close to Q, in the arts precinct, close to key other arts organisations). As our rent continues to rise, we will continue conversations with other artists and arts organizations about alternative options. A shared space with other arts practitioners would be a wonderful option!

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Basement Theatre

Audience and marketing intelligence, cross-collaboration, sharing industry knowledge

Prayas Theatre

Marketing cross-collaboration to south asian audiences, industry knowledge

Westpoint Performing Arts Centre

Discounted rental rate for rehearsal space and equipment rental

TAPAC

Venue partner, marketing support, outreach to South Asian audiences

Q Theatre

Venue partner, share audience development, marketing intelligence and cross collaboration

Auckland University Drama Department

Provision of free drama studio in return for student lectures

Aorere College, Tangaroa College (other schools tbc)

Partnering with them in a special free pro gramme for their yr2 & 3 drama students to get a free workshop, tickets, transport, all tied around the show

Unitec

Provision of rehearsal space in return for tickets

Mt Roskill College, Kings College, Dilworth School, Baradene College,

Bringing students to a school matinee in 2022

Arts Access Aotearoa

will support us if we schedule an interpreted show

Beans & Rice

Contra website support and design

The Audience Connection

Provide digital marketing expertise and guidance in return for free students

Elephant Publicity

Media and PR support

Ahi Karunarahan

Advice and South Asian Outreach

Northern Club

Group booking and lectures

Arise Solutions

IT, CRM and Emailing Campaign support

Auckland War Memorial Museum

Exhibition partners for an upcoming exhibition including Jacob Rajan and Indian Ink masks(co-founder)

 

 

 

 

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Sunday School Union Building, Level 1, 323 Queen St

$17829.60

$12329.60

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$17829.60

$ 5,500.00

 

Cover of shortfall

We are struggling to find other funders who will accept an application for a contribution to office rental. We will keep researching options to help with the ever-growing shortfall and would normally aim for aspirational box office targets to also fund this. However, with traffic lights/Omicron, audiences numbers are much lower than historical levels and expecting to exceed budget numbers is unrealistic, so any difference will need to come from our small reserves fund.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202226

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202120

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,750.00

RegPr059

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Submitted

Declined

$0.00

RegPr005

Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream - Auckland season

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$9,500.00

ASF202014

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

RegPr20_200010

Paradise Tours - Auckland development season

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Acquitted

Approved

$7,500.00

ASF192017

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

RegPr19_200040

Mrs Krishnan's Party - Auckland Season

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 19_2 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$6,500.00

ASF1820-025

 

2018 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$3,000.00

RegPr18_200010

Mrs Krishnan's Party - Auckland season

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 18_2 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$6,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202204

Massive Company Trust - Massive Theatre Company

Physical address

Suite 2, Level 2, 10 New North Rd
Eden Terrace Auckalnd 1021
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Massive Company are a professional contemporary physical ensemble company, creating new theatre with emerging and  professional actors, directors and writers. Founded in 1991, we are a leading company in developing young artists. Through access to free workshops and ongoing mentoring, emerging artists are able to become a part of the company from age fourteen and stay with us throughout their professional career. Massive creates and produces at least two original theatre productions annually, featuring a diverse cast of emerging and professional artists on stage and production creatives behind the scenes. School matinees are always included in each performance season and always sell out. Community outreach is at the core of what we do, providing  free workshops and development opportunities throughout communities across Auckland. Massive also provides professional 
 development for teachers, workshops for students in the classroom, school matinees in a professional theatre setting and education resource kits for NCEA.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Massive platforms the works of young, diverse people from all regions of Auckland. Our programmes take place across Auckland, but we base many of our workshops and programmes in central city venues to enable young, diverse voices from out of the city centre to be profiled in the CBD. Waitematā local board benefits through the enrichment of the cultural services on offer. Māori and Pasifika rangatahi from outlying areas experience authentic, quality performance and development opportunities in the city centre and their voices are heard, valued and contribute to the cultural landscape of Tāmaki-Makaurau. Free workshops are regularly held at Central venues like Auckland Live, Aotea Centre, Auckland Art Gallery and various other venues (halls, community centres, etc) as part of our creative programme collaborations with these organisations.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Inclusive communities that are vibrant, healthy and connected:
 
Provide spaces and places that enable our diverse communities to connect, and feel welcome - Massive's office hub is in an easily accessible location and we hold regular meetings, gatherings and planning workshops with extended Massive whānau there.
 Empower our communities by supporting community-led initiatives - Massive are a responsive arts organisation that consult with and listen to our local communities who provide valuable cultural input, guidance and mana that shape our programmes.
 
Encourage access to and participation in local events and arts activities - All of our programmes are free and offer participation opportunities for rangatahi and emerging artists to engage in diverse cultural activities.
 
Ensure our communities have opportunities to lead active and healthy lifestyles - Physical theatre and active participation are a core part of Massive's tikanga. All workshops, rehearsals and productions include a strong physical activity component.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Our office in the central city acts as a hub for our extended company whanau and collaborative partners to utilise when they are visiting the city. Everyone is encouraged to visit through our open door policy. We provide journey pathways for young people from
South, East and West Auckland to come into our space and contribute to the cultural life of the city as participants, consumers and producers of diverse and inclusive cultures. 
 
We enable their presence in the centre, as well as making sure their voices are heard as a valued part of the cultural landscape of Tāmati-Makaurau. 
 
Our office hub location is very close to the city centre's bustling arts precinct, where many of our productions take
place. We are also in very close proximity to a variety of public transport options and have dedicated carparks we can offer to visitors.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

Massive re-located from an office space on Queen Street in 2019 that did not meet our needs in terms of a creative hub space. Our current location offers more space in a shared facilities building with other arts organisations and not-for-profit groups. We are always investigating collaborative spaces and cheaper options, as an objective in our strategic plan is to find a permanent home for Massive Company in the future when resources are obtained.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

45

Māngere-Otāhuhu

30

Manurewa

10

Albert-Eden

10

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

5

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Auckland Live

creative collaborator and venue partner

Q Theatre

creative collaborator and venue partner

Nathan Homestead

creative collaborator and venue partner

Basement Theatre

venue partner

Community Halls and Centres - Auckland-wide

venue partner

Te Oro

venue partner

Mangere Arts Centre

creative collaborator and venue partner

Auckland Arts Festival

creative collaborator

The Actors Programme, Samoa House

creative collaborator and venue partner

Trinity Hall, Kingsland

creative collaborator and venue partner

Auckland Area Schools

arts education in schools

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

5

70

70

4

1

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Suite 2, Level 2, 10 New North Rd, Eden Terrace

$12480.00

$10400.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$12480.00

$ 10,400.00

 

Cover of shortfall

We would apply to another funding body to make up the costs.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

LG2209-240

Emerging Artist Production 2022 (title TBC)

2021/2022 Māngere-Otāhuhu Local Grants, Round Two -  GA Assessment completed

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202204

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

RegPr22_2_0028

Emerging Artist Production 2022

Regional Arts and Culture project grants round 2 -  Awaiting Payment

Approved

$15,000.00

LG2210-121

The Director's Lab - December Intensive

2021/2022 Manurewa Local Grants, Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$1,402.00

RegPr_22_1004_

Half of the Sky

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Strategic Relationship EOI Declined

Declined

$0.00

ASF202109

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,880.00

RegPr013

Massive Production 2021

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Submitted

Declined

$0.00

ASF202005

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

RegPr20_200022

Te Whare Kapua / The Cloud House

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr20_100027

Kia Puawai

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$21,000.00

RegSR20_100002

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_1 Strategic relationship -  Project in Progress

Approved

$20,000.00

RegPr19_200023

Massive 2019 season: Like a River, I Disagree and Half of the Sky

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 19_2 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr18_200040

 

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 18_2 Projects -  Assessment 18_2

Declined

$0.00

RegPr18_200029

Sightings

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 18_2 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegAC18_1_SR_08

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 18_1 Strategic Relationship -  Project in Progress

Approved

$20,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202219

Nightsong

Physical address

283 Karangahape Rd
Conference Room
Auckland Central Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Nightsong is an Auckland based theatre company, providing unique, high-quality, relevant and accessible NZ theatre, benefiting Tāmaki Makaurau's wider communities and actively promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and access by:
 
•           providing all Aucklanders with access to innovative, impactful, and distinctly NZ theatre
•           promoting community wellbeing through a range of community outreach and engagement activities
•           fostering inclusive connected communities and an innovative and productive local economy by employing actors, arts administrators, practitioners and collaborators 
•           increasing equity with a focus on tamariki, rangatahi and whānau through community and youth engagement initiatives
•           championing community arts practice to facilitate vulnerable communities in leading their own solutions
 
Nightsong believes strongly in building creative capacity in the artists and communities of Tāmaki Makaurau and take a multi-artform, multi-cultural, multi-generational approach to creating work and engaging in wider society.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Nightsong is known for providing unique, high-quality, relevant and accessible NZ theatre, benefiting Waitematā local board area by supporting inclusive connected communities and an innovative and productive local economy. The vital role Nightsong plays in the city’s cultural landscape is evidenced through the support and collaboration of several key stakeholders (letters of support for various projects attached), and growing, loyal audiences. Nightsong has also supported local arts organisations with free use of office space sharing during Covid-19, including Brilliant Adventures, Elephant Publicity, and PANNZ. 
 
Nightsong supports community arts practice, most notably through:
 
•           the Toi Oro mental health project which supports vulnerable members of the community through artistic opportunities, weekly classes, and guidance/mentoring/workshops
•           the performing arts programme at Korowai Manaaki (Youth Justice Residential Facility Wiri) •          the partnership with Depot Artspace to create and deliver workshops as part of their Wayfind Programme to assist artists in becoming sustainable

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Nightsong aligns to Waitematā priorities in many ways: We're an Auckland theatre company based in the city. We contribute to the arts community, employing actors, arts administrators, arts practitioners and collaborators from diverse cultures, age groups, backgrounds and sectors. Our CBD presentations add to the creative economy, as well as local economy through restaurants and bars (pre and post-show activity). 
 
We lead and participate in a range of community outreach and engagement activities, providing Aucklanders of all ages with access to theatrical education and experiences – including teaching the next generation of practitioners. We promote our works to Auckland’s diverse audiences and make works inclusive for all ages, cultures, genders and ethnicities. Our works provide a space for audiences to engage with NZ heritage, arts and culture. We are a low carbon company. Our staff are bus/active transport users.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Waitematā Local Board support has been vital during a period in which Nightsong have been adversely affected by Covid, enabling us to maintain our three-year lease on premises in Samoa House. Additional grants have facilitated recent upgrades to our offices, creating a multi-functional venue for workshops, reads, rehearsals, photoshoots, functions and supporters’ events, both for use by the company and the wider arts community, allowing our creative work to continue in a more resilient fashion over the Covid era.
 
Samoa House premise fulfils many needs, notably:
 
•           accessible: near Auckland’s CBD, well-served by public transport, close to theatres, suppliers, artists and casting agents
•           flexible: big enough for meetings, workshops, auditions and small rehearsals - reducing our need to hire space
•           cost effective: the building owners (Samoan Government) offer extremely competitive rates out of a desire to see it become a cultural hub for artists (which it has become)

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

Nightsong previously operated from shared offices but these did not offer areas for auditions, workshops, small rehearsals and production meetings. It was disruptive and other venues would need to be found or hired - adding time/cost. The building owners are highly supportive of culture organisations (Actors Equity, Actors Program, Samoa House Library), the lease is below market rate, and the space is flexible to our needs. E.g. we held a script reading with several key stakeholders present, also our annual supporters event, and hosted a development workshop for a new work- all without paying additional venue hire.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Auckland Live

Venue Partner

CNZ

Core Funder

Foundation North

Core Funder

Elephant Publicity

Marketing and Publicity Partner

Main Reactor

Design Partner

Zoomslide

Digital Content Partner

SweeneyVesty

Strategic Business Consultant

Auckland Arts Festival

Presenting Partner

PANNZ – Tour Makers and Arts Market

Arts Market Partner

Andrew Foster

Set Design

Pilot Productions

Production Management

Elizabeth Whiting

Costume Designer

Filament Eleven 11

Lighting Consultant

Philippa Campbell

Dramaturg

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

5

10

10

35

25

 

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Samoa House, Conference Room, 283 Karangahape Road,  Auckland CDB, Auckland 1010

$13947.60

$0.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$13947.60

$ 13,947.60

 

Cover of shortfall

Nightsong would seek funding from other organisations, although there are few organisations we can apply to for funding towards our overhead costs. If necessary, we would use Nightsong's reserves.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202219

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

RegPr22_2_0048

 

Regional Arts and Culture project grants round 2 -  Submitted

Approved

$0.00

QR2220-129

Office Flooring Upgrades

2021/2022 Waitematā Quick Response Grant, Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$500.00

CCS22_1_181

A STAB IN THE DARK Schools Engagement Programme 2022 - Free Access Performance for Lower Decile Secondary Schools, a Post-Show Hui with Cast and Creatives, and comprehensive Digital Education Resources.

Creative Communities Scheme CCS22_1 -  Central & Gulf Islands 22_1

Declined

$0.00

RegPr_22_1081_

 

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr_22_1031_

A STAB IN THE DARK Presentation

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

QR2120-233

Office Lighting Upgrades

2020/2021 Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

LG2102-216

Celebrating Bruce Mason's centenery: Te Pō at the BMC

2020/2021 Devonport Takapuna Local Grant Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$1,500.00

ASF202103

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

RegPr036

TE PŌ at the Bruce Mason Centre

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Acquitted

Approved

$16,000.00

ASF202010

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

LG2002-256

Nightsong Presents Te Pō on the North Shore

2019-2020 Devonport-Takapuna Local Grants, Round Two -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

RegPr20_200055

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Acquitted

Approved

$12,000.00

RegPr20_200044

Presenting TE PŌ at the Bruce Mason Centre

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Business

Declined

$0.00

LG2020-135

Laptops for Management and Production

2019/2020 Waitematā Local Grants, Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$3,600.00

RegPr20_100041

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$15,000.00

ASF192016

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

RegPr19_200054

Mr Red Light School's Programme 2019

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 19_2 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$9,835.00

RegPr19_1_00074

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 19_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$8,000.00

RegPr19_1_00045

MR RED LIGHT

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 19_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegAC17_2_070

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 17_2 Project -  Assessment 17_2

Approved

$10,000.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202228

Objectspace

Physical address

13 Rose Rd
Grey Lynn Auckland 1021
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Arts and culture

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Free exhibitions and events for visitors from across the Auckland region and further afield.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Objectspace is a free public gallery dedicated to design, craft and architecture in Aotearoa. The organisation was established in 2004 after a working group of prominent local makers, art writers and curators identified a lack of support for the fields of craft, applied art and design. In July 2017, after undertaking a major fundraising campaign and receiving increased funding from Creative New Zealand, Objectspace become the lead organisation in the Craft/Object sector. The gallery reopened in architecturally refurbished accessible premises with two more exhibition spaces, a library and a public programme space. 
 
We provide constituents: 
1. Free exhibitions, public programmes and publications. This is our main focus and we champion makers, designers and artists, and grow access and opportunities for diverse audiences to engage. 
2. Sector services such as workshops, lecture series, professional development opportunities for makers, writers and curators, volunteer opportunities, with a focus on increasing audience engagement.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

Objectspace is a cultural institution unlike any other in Tāmaki Makaurau. There are several key ways our mission and work supports the local board priorities:
1. Offering free and inclusive activities to Auckland's many communities. 
2. Cultivating activities and exhibitions that enable people to gather communally, have discourse, connect and be stimulated, including migrants and refugees. 
3. The development of exhibition content that addresses nature, the built environment and is of relevance to their daily lives i.e touching on design, architecture and applied arts in relatable terms. 
4. Having an improved understanding of our cultural heritage by promoting and engaging with kaupapa such as tikanga Māori, heritage architecture, as well as the contribution of designers and craftspeople to our wellbeing, sense of belonging, culture and economy. 
5. We have over 15,000 visitors to the gallery annually and our public programmes attract more than 5000 attendees annually.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

1. Objectspace has experienced year on year visitor growth of more than 15% since moving to its Rose Road location. 
2. We have become well-known as an organisation that offers many young people, and communities with divergent needs access to our exhibitions and public programmes. 
3. We are in a prime location which is easily accessed and offers off-street parking as well as being close to numerous arterial routes, motorway off ramps and public transport services. 
4. Objectspace is at the leading cultural institution nationally for the craft and design sectors. Our Rose Road venue offers us the space and flexibility to service our audiences and communities adequately.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

Robust research was undertaken prior to our relocation to 13 Rose Road. This venue was the most cost-effective option for the facilities provided by the building. We strongly believe the outcome for the public, sector and visitors is hugely positive and the return on investment is positive due to the prominent location of the gallery.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Regional

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Brown Bread

Patronage Partner

Auckland Arts Festival

Presenting Partner

Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki

Programme Partner

Auckland Council

Core Funder

Creative New Zealand

Core Funder

Foundation North

Core Funder

Ockham Residential

Lead Partner - Lecture Series & Publishing Delivery Partner

The Chartwell Trust

Strategic Partner

Architectus

Strategic Partner - Presenting Partner Annual Exhibition

My Art

Strategic Partner

Black Estate Wines

Hospitality Partner

Pyramid Valley

Hospitality Partner

Liberty Brewing

Hospitality Partner

Almighty Drinks

Hospitality Partner

Festival of Architecture/NZIA

Presenting partner/Key Auckland venue

Interview Awards

Presenting partner/Key Auckland venue

The Jan Warburton Trust

Strategic Partner

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

13 Rose Road, Ponsonby, Auckland

$82300.00

$65840.00

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$82300.00

$ 16,460.00

 

Cover of shortfall

Our core funding is derived from Creative New Zealand, this funds approximately 55% of our annual activity. We are applying to the local board for a 20% contribution to our accommodation costs. If we do not receive the full 20% we will look to other funding sources such as philanthropy, fundraising and other grant opportunities.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202228

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

RegPr22_2_0030

Pacific Architectures: The Mike Austin Archive

Regional Arts and Culture project grants round 2 -  Awaiting Payment

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr_22_1051_

Queer objects: queering contemporary material culture in Aotearoa

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Awaiting Payment

Approved

$7,500.00

RegPr_22_1050_

 

Regional Arts and Culture 2021/22 Project Grants Round 1 -  Strategic Relationship EOI Declined

Declined

$0.00

ASF202123

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$3,000.00

RegSR_21006

 

Regional Arts and Culture strategic relationships 2020/21 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$60,000.00

RegPr049

Pouwātū: Active Presence

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Project in Progress

Approved

$15,000.00

RegPr020

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants 2020/2021 -  Submitted

Declined

$0.00

ASF202001

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

RegPr20_200030

Hostile Architecture: Exhibition and Public Programme Series

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr20_200009

 

Regional Arts and Culture grants programme 20_2 Projects -  Business

Declined

$0.00

RegPr19_1_00073

 

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 19_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$10,000.00

RegPr19_1_00064

Tuvalu Living Art Forms Project

Regional Arts and Culture Grant Programme 19_1 Projects -  Project in Progress

Approved

$12,500.00

ASF1820-040

 

2018 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$4,000.00

Reg!C18_2_SR06

 

Regional Arts & Culture Grants Programme 18_2 Strategic Relationship -  Project in Progress

Approved

$50,000.00

RegAC18_1_EOI_00025

 

Regional Arts & Culture Grant Programme 18_1 SR EOI -  Strategic Relationship EOI Accepted

Undecided

$0.00

ASF1720-045

 

2017 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$4,115.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202221

OutLine Aotearoa Incorporated

Physical address

31 Hargreaves St
Auckland Central Auckland 1011
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

OutLine Aotearoa is the only national, all-ages Rainbow-specific mental health organisation in the country. We've been operating since the 70's in various forms, shifting our service provision as the time and needs of our Rainbow communities require it.
 
We operate a free peer support Chat Support Service and 0800 Phoneline, Transgender Peer Support Service for trans and non-binary people in Auckland, as well as specialist face-to-face and Skype counselling for Rainbow people across Aotearoa. All our staff, trained volunteers, counsellors, and board are members of Rainbow communities throughout Aotearoa, which is vital for ensuring that the people who use our services receive the care, support, resources and information they require. Some of the topics people talk about include family relationships, current events which impact our Rainbow people, loneliness and isolation, sexuality and gender identity, sexual health, navigating gender-affirming healthcare and meeting people.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Located in Waitematā, although OutLine activities and services have been operated remotely for the past seven months, ordinarily Rainbow people in Waitematā can attend in-person the OutLine volunteer training programme, OutLine open days, Trans Week of Awareness events (Day of Remembrance service, open day), Pride events (Our March, Big Gay Out, picnics, open days), community and advocacy hui events, specialist one-on-one Rainbow counselling services, which occur predominantly at OutLine and all within the Waitematā local board area. In-person access to the various activities and services of OutLine is an advantage to those located in Waitematā, who through virtue of their location benefit from greater connection to community, reduced isolation and loneliness associated with in-person interaction, connection and service use. OutLine’s remote capacity is hugely beneficial to those located in Waitematā, who have been amongst those enduring the longest lockdowns, and associated disconnection, isolation and loneliness due to the pandemic.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

As a peer-led organisation, the delivery of activities and services that work towards inclusive, accessible and equitable Rainbow communities is central to OutLine. As Rainbow people in Waitematā are used to in-person connection to our wider OutLine community, and having experienced the longest lockdowns in the country, along with the rest of Auckland, it has been vital to ensure that our Rainbow communities remain supported and connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. OutLine operates the majority of our activities and services remotely currently, ensuring they remain accessible and inviting to our diverse Rainbow communities and all of those within it and we can continue to provide the support and connection to community that is so vital to our Rainbow communities. OutLine’s specialist counselling operates on a sliding scale, and we ensure that our volunteer-base reflects the diversity of our Rainbow communities so that we may provide inclusive support to all.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

The operation of OutLine services and our activities provides a unique sense of connection, and belonging to community for our Rainbow communities located in Waitematā. Rainbow communities are often drawn to such central city locations, and so it is vital that OutLine continues to operate physically here. Many of our counselling and trans peer support clients prefer to access support in-person and as such remain patiently waiting until such time as they can do so. Coming to the OutLine office provides a space for the local Rainbow communities to feel safe, heard and seen in many ways that remote support may not be able to offer their particular needs and which they may not receive elsewhere. Amongst staff, board members, volunteers and our wider Rainbow communities based here in Waitematā the OutLine offers provides a sense of belonging and connection to community that is vital for our peer-led organisation.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

We have looked at collaborating with RainbowYOUTH and Body Positive on a Rainbow Hub project, where we would all share space within the Waitematā local board area, however we have not yet been able to secure funding or the appropriate space to do so.
 
As it stands our office is in the same building as the New Zealand AIDs Foundation, thereby ensuring our current accommodation costs are as low as possible.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Regional

100

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

NZAF

We rent our office space out of their building on Hargreaves St, enabling easy collaborations between our organisations.

RainbowYOUTH

We work closely with RainbowYOUTH on several projects, including the delivery of the Transgender Peer Support Service. We refer younger callers to RainbowYOUTH and similarly, RainbowYOUTH refers people to the OUTLine phoneline. We are looking to collaborate on the web chat service.

Body Positive

OUTLine works closely with Body Positive, including as part of the training programme where volunteers visit their offices.

Rainbow Support Collective (RainbowYOUTH, Intersex Youth Aotearoa, InsideOUT, Qtopia, Te Ngākau Kahukura, and Gender Minorities Aotearoa)

We have worked on campaigns like Be There to better help young people and their whānau. Being part of collectives and campaigns like this also raises organisation visibility in the rainbow community.

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

31 Hargreaves St, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1010

24165.00$

14165.00$

 

Name of funder

Amount applied for

Status of funding

Amount received

Lottery Community Funding Board (Year 3)

33000.00$

Approved

10000.00$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$24165.00

$ 10,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

NA

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202221

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

MB2022-225

Peer Support Services (Phoneline and Webchat)

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round Two -  Grants Advisor Assessment completed

Declined

$0.00

MB2021-267

OUTLine Support Services (0800 Phoneline and Web Chat)

2020/2021 Multi-board Local Grants Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$10,880.00

RegCD00036

Volunteer Coordination (Capacity and Capability)

Regional Community Development grants programme 2020/2021 -  Submitted

Approved

$0.00

MB1920-294

OUTLine 0800 Peer Support Phoneline

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$11,775.00

ASF202029

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$5,000.00

REGCD2002

Implementing Web Chat Support - Part Two Of Service Upgrade

Regional Community Development 2019/2020 -  Submitted

Approved

$0.00

ASF192006

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Acquitted

Approved

$8,000.00

REGCD19-57

Expanding OUTLine's Service Delivery

Regional Community Development 2018/2019 -  Project in progress

Approved

$0.00

CCS19_1_175

Transgender Awareness Week Film Night

Creative Communities Scheme 19_1 -  Acquitted

Approved

$250.00

MB1819-193

OUTLine Telephone Support Line

2018/2019 Multi-board Local Grants, Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$6,000.00

REGCD18-26

Technology Refit and IT Upgrade

Regional Community Development 2017/2018 -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202233

Rainbow Youth Incorporated

Physical address

11 Edinburgh St
Auckland Central Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Incorporated society

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

RainbowYOUTH (est.1989) is a charity dedicated to supporting and advocating for intersex, queer and gender diverse youth. Our vision is to see all young people thrive in Aotearoa, he waka eke noa (a waka we are all in together, without exception). We foster safe, inclusive, accepting and diverse family environments that are drug, smoke, and alcohol free. Our key service areas are: - Peer support groups across Northland, Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, Wellington and Dunedin - 1:1 support and referral for young people and their whānau with a youth worker - Volunteer and training opportunities for young intersex, queer and gender diverse people - Drop-in centres in Auckland, New Plymouth and Tauranga - National visibility and education campaigns aimed at changing social attitudes and creating awareness - Advocacy about issues that are affecting the rainbow community, with local and national bodies.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Thousands of young people in Waitematā directly benefit from the RainbowYOUTH drop-in centre and services. This is proven through RainbowYOUTH statistics for Waitematā. In 2021 723 people were recorded using the drop-in centre, although the centre was closed from mid-August onward due to the COVID lockdown. There were 822 in-person peer-support group attendances, and our team handled 380 short support cases from the Tāmaki Makaurau drop-in centre, as well as 127 full support cases. We closed the drop-in centre and groups at Alert Level 2 and above, which meant that we focussed on delivering virtual services. The staffed online 1:1 support channel (RY Online) is run from the Auckland centre and we continue to see a year-on-year increase in support cases which come through the online channels. We continue to use the centre as an office and will re-open to public when daily COVID cases drop below 1000/day.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

RainbowYOUTH aligns strongly with the Waitematā priority “Connected communities that are inclusive, accessible and equitable.” As a community focused organisation we are embedded within our diverse whānau and strive for the inclusion of queer, intersex and gender diverse youth in communities across Aotearoa. We are committed to promoting diversity through community-led initiatives: education, visibility campaigns and advocacy at local and national government level. We also have a strong presence at rainbow events in Waitematā such as Auckland Pride. We have been part of the Waitematā community for over 30 years and work alongside other community organisations within the district, fostering stronger communities together. Safety and health are paramount in our family friendly, smoke, drug and alcohol free spaces. Ultimately the Waitematā community as a whole will benefit hugely from healthy, happy and engaged rangatahi who are confident in their identities and in themselves.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

With a Central Auckland location we aim to be as accessible to those who need our services as possible. Our drop-in centre is close to the heart of Auckland's rainbow communities, being near both Karangahape Road and Ponsonby. This central location ensures that our initiatives have the most impact possible for the community. The drop-in centre provides a safe location for youth to relax, access support and resources, and attend peer support groups. It is an invaluable resource to foster a sense of inclusion and identity for our rainbow rangatahi. In our last stakeholder survey, 85% of respondents agreed or strongly agreed that they would recommend RainbowYOUTH's drop-in centres to others. The location is critical for young people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, as we are close to key services and can provide affirming clothing and a safe space.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

A less central location would limit access for youth by making it more difficult to reach via public transport. Many of our members are either too young to drive or not in a financial position to afford a car. As a bus and train hub an Auckland location is ideal for a youth based organisation. In addition a shared space would be more difficult to maintain as a safe environment as other organisations may not share the unique policy requirements of a space designed to be welcoming to both young and queer/gender diverse people.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Waitematā

60

Howick

10

Henderson-Massey

10

Papakura

10

Devonport-Takapuna

10

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Te Ngākau Kahukura

We support systems level change and advocacy being delivered by Te Ngākahu Kahukura to ensure mainstream services are becoming more responsive to rainbow young people.

OUTLine

We co-deliver the transgender peer support service across the Auckland and Northland DHBs and regularly co-host events for rainbow communities in Waitematā.

Lifewise

For our homelessness work, we work closely with Lifewise and emergency housing providers to ensure access to housing services and housing specific support that is their expertise.

Body Positive NZ

We do HIV prevention and awareness-raising work with youth in collaboration with NZ AIDS Foundation and Body Positive Inc. We also share a staff member with Body Positive.

Ara Taiohi

As the peak body for youth development, we work closely with Ara Taiohi to ensure we have best practice youth work, and to support mainstream youth organisations to become rainbow competent.

Tīwhanawhana Trust

We work with Tīwhanawhana Trust to enhance our support and services for rangatahi takatāpui.

Be Lab

We liaise with Be Lab to ensure our services and facilities are accessible to disabled people.

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

0

13

67

67

0

0

0

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

Level 1, 11 Edinburgh Street, Auckland Central

81000.00$

$$

 

Name of funder

Amount applied for

Status of funding

Amount received

Lotteries

37500.00$

Pending

0.00$

Foundation North

15000.00$

Approved

15000.00$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$81000.00

$ 20,000.00

 

Cover of shortfall

NA

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

ASF202233

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

MB2022-169

RainbowYOUTH Peer Support Groups

2021/2022 Multi-board Local Grants Round One -  Project in progress

Approved

$11,000.00

ASF202126

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$10,000.00

MB1920-2108

RainbowYOUTH Peer Support Groups

2019/2020 Multi-board Local Grants Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$8,200.00

ASF202021

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$15,000.00

LG2020-134

RainbowYOUTH Central Auckland peer support groups

2019/2020 Waitematā Local Grants, Round One -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

ASF192020

 

2019 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$18,000.00

REGCD19-52

RainbowYOUTH Qualifications Programme

Regional Community Development 2018/2019 -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

QR1920-229

RainbowYOUTH Youth Homelessness Adshel Campaign

2018/2019 Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,815.00

QR1920-223

RainbowYOUTH Volunteer Appreciation Event

2018/2019 Waitematā Quick Response, Round Two -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

QR1920-134

Transgender Week of Awareness

2018/2019 Waitematā Quick Response, Round One -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,400.00

 

Applications prior to the 2017/2018 financial year have all been accounted for and omitted from this summary

No previous funding history

 


 

Application Summary                                                                                  ASF202232

The Raukatauri Music Therapy Trust

Physical address

5 Carlton Gore Rd
Grafton Auckland 1023
New Zealand

Activities and sector

Community

Legal status

Charitable trust

Applicants perceived conflicts of interest:

NA

Project details

Local board area

Waitematā

Activities or services organisation offers

Established in 2004, we enable wellbeing, empowerment and joy through music therapy, using music to promote the healing and growth of people with identified intellectual, physical, social or mental health challenges.
 
Now in our 18th year, we continue to operate New Zealand’s only music therapy centres. Services are managed and delivered through our Centre in Grafton. As demand has grown, we have expanded across Auckland, now operating six satellites in the region as well as outreach programmes in partnership with over 25 organisations. In June 2018, we launched our first Regional Centre in Hawke’s Bay, followed by the Northland Regional Centre in March 2019.
 
For the over 600 clients we work with each week, music therapy provides the chance to express themselves, develop independence, and engage with their community. Furthermore, the benefits of the work we do positively impact their whānau and the wider communities in which they live.

Activities or services benefit the local board

Our services are managed and delivered through our centre in Grafton - the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre. Open six days a week and providing 93 music therapy sessions to over 111 clients weekly, this is also our main administrative hub. We employ 14 staff and
offer both internships and volunteer placements. We estimate that for each client we see, at least five additional people benefit from our services which includes their whānau, friends, schoolmates, and the wider communities. Our clients represent a broad spectrum of the population with their diverse backgrounds creating an inclusive culture clearly felt across our community.

Organisation aligns with local board grant programme

The Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre was founded as a place where people could feel a sense of belonging and community. In their music therapy sessions, our clients interact and communicate musically, expressing themselves in whatever way they can - using their body, voice or musical instruments. Our therapists use musical tools, such as improvisation, to enable our clients to communicate not just with their therapist but also with their family, community and the world around them. This chance to participate with others helps our clients connect, to feel valued and less isolated. Furthermore it gives them a sense of belonging, and enables them to become part of the wider community at large. Through our special and unique service, we promote an inclusive community which is vibrant, healthy and connected, and available for all those in need. We offer participation not only in the arts but also the wider community.

Need for organisation to operate out of premises

Being the only music therapy Centre in the North Island, we have quite specific needs for our premises. With the sale by our landlord of our previous property, we took the opportunity to relocate to a new, larger Centre in June 2020. Prior to moving in we undertook renovations which included acoustic works, internal walls for office spaces, a new accessible bathroom, and transferring our high tech recording system. There is convenient off road parking immediately outside, a flat entrance for wheelchair access, and the whole Centre is set up with the needs of our clients in mind. We have striven to create a homely feel, to provide welcome respite for parents and caregivers who so often spend time in clinical surroundings of hospitals and specialists offices. With our central location just off the motorway it is convenient for clients accessing our services from across the Region.

Cheaper locations or shared/collaborative spaces

Yes

When moving we considered alternative spaces with other organisations but due to our specific needs this was not possible. In fact, our current location was one of the lowest priced options available to us.
 
Given the modifications and investment we have now made at our premises it would be incredibly difficult to find an alternative that fitted our unique requirements. Our current location took some eight months to find, and even so required a substantial financial outlay to renovate the interior to suit our needs. In addition, as mentioned above, the location is ideal for clients to access our services.

 

Local board benefiting

Percentage

Albert-Eden

30

Devonport-Takapuna

9

Franklin

1

Henderson-Massey

5

Hibiscus and Bays

14

Howick

1

Kaipātiki 

2

Māngere-Otāhuhu

1

Manurewa

2

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

6

Ōrākei

4

Ōtara-Papatoetoe

2

Rodney

1

Upper Harbour

1

Waiheke

3

Waitākere Ranges

7

Waitematā

8

Whau

3

Community collaboration

Collaborating organisation/individual

Role

Starship Children's Hospital

Two days of music therapy being delivered each week

Central Auckland Specialist School

Providing music therapy two days per week in their classrooms

Various

Working in conjunction with many other schools, organisations, health care professionals and support workers across Auckland.

Oranga Tamariki

Client referrals, many of whom are often under the care of the High and Complex Needs Unit

Demographics

0-5 years

6-14 years

15-24 years

25-44 years

45-64 years

>65 years

All ages

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

Target ethnic groups

All/everyone

Financial information

Location

Costs per year

Income Source

Amount you are contributing

5 Carlton Gore Road

77374.22$

57384.22$

 

Total accommodation costs

Amount requested

$77374.22

$ 19,990.00

 

Cover of shortfall

We would look to apply for funding from other sources, or for funding for alternative expense items in our budget. However we appreciate any assistance Auckland Council can offer with these costs.

Funding history

Application ID

 

Project title

Round – stage

Decision

Allocation

LG2220-234

Essential equipment for the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre in Grafton

2021/2022 Waitematā Local Grants, Round Two -  GA Assessment Completed

Undecided

$0.00

LG2218-215

Music Therapy for Students with Disabilities at the Waiheke Schools

2021/2022 Waiheke Local Grant Round Two -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

ASF202232

 

2022 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Submitted

Undecided

$0.00

LG2219-216

Music Therapy Satellite Service: Titirangi

2021/2022 Waitākere Ranges Local Grants, Round Two -  GA assessment completed

Undecided

$0.00

LG2120-231

Enhancement of Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre in Grafton

2020/2021 Waitematā Local Grants, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,500.00

QR2101-317

Music Therapy for Owairaka District School

2020/2021 Albert Eden Quick Response Round Three -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

LG2118-221

Music Therapy for the Waiheke Schools

2020/2021 Waiheke Local Grant Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$2,500.00

LG2113-242

Music Therapy Satellite Service: Otara

2020/2021 Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Grants, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,206.96

LG2106-244

Music Therapy Satellite Service: Orewa

2020/2021 Hibiscus and Bays Local Grants, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,800.00

LG2103-220

Music Therapy Satellite Service: Pukekohe

2020/2021 Franklin Local Grant Round Two -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

ASF202116

 

2021 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

LG2119-213

Music Therapy Satellite Service: Titirangi

2020/2021 Waitākere Ranges Local Grants, Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$500.00

LG2102-217

Music Therapy for Wilson School Students

2020/2021 Devonport Takapuna Local Grant Round Two -  Project in progress

Approved

$2,000.00

QR2001-223

Inter-professional Music Therapy Programme for At-Risk Children

2019/2020 Albert-Eden Quick Response, Round Two -  Acquitted

Approved

$1,000.00

LG2003-228

Music Therapy for Te Akonga Early Learning Centre

2019/2020 Franklin Local Grants, Round Two -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

LG2005-241

Adult music therapy group sessions

2019/2020 Henderson-Massey Local Grants, Round Two -  Declined

Declined

$0.00

ASF202025

 

2020 Waitematā Accommodation Support Fund -  Project in progress

Approved

$5,000.00

LG2019-206