News

Keep those applications coming in!

If you have a Grassroots application for over $10,000 make sure you get it into us by 30 November so our Board can assess it at their January meeting. We continue to assess Grassroots applications for under $10,000 on a…

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ECCT proud to support Sport Hawke’s Bay disability initiative

Eastern and Central Community Trust staff had the privilege of catching up with Sport Hawke’s Bay’s Disability and Inclusion Advisor, Katie Owen, recently. Katie is just one year into her role, which was created with the help of funding from…

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Young people at heart of Trust’s new project

Young people were at the heart of a two-day wānanga (workshop) hosted by Eastern and Central Community Trust (ECCT) at Pukemokimoki Marae, Napier, recently. Twenty-one rangatahi from regions ECCT distributes to (Horowhenua, Wairarapa, Tararua, Hawke’s Bay and Te Tairāwhiti) attended…

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Our October newsletter

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Supporting local youth voices to be heard

ECCT is working with rangatahi and community organisations to develop an Action Plan to guide our funding to young people (aged 10-24 years) over the next five years.   ECCT welcomes youth development organisations that work with young people aged…

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Fluxx maintenance

Our online application and grant management system, Fluxx, will be unavailable due to site maintenance this Sunday, 20 September, from 1pm until 7pm. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Our August 2020 Newsletter

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$6M granted to community organisations by ECCT in past financial year

Like many organisations around the country, Eastern and Central Community Trust (ECCT) moved its Annual Public Meeting (APM) online due to COVID-19 Level 2 restrictions.   At the APM, held earlier today, Eastern and Central Community Trust Chair, Shelly Mitchell-Jenkins,…

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COVID-19 Update August 2020

Eastern and Central Community Trust is following Ministry of Health guidelines and continue to operate with caution to protect our people and the communities we serve. With the Government announcing the change in COVID-19 alert level restrictions, our offices will…

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A safe place to socialise for Alzheimers patients

At any one time 400 patients and 600 caregivers utilise Alzheimers Society Manawatu’s Marion Kennedy Centre. It is a home away from home for those people affected by dementia, enabling them a safe place to socialise and reconnect with others…

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