WHO WE SUPPORT

 

The Funding Network NZ is working with ASB on an event in May 2017. We're also busy dreaming up our next public event. Follow us on facebook for announcements of our upcoming events. 

Please refer to our Selection Criteria to see if your project qualifies for the May event. 

Application Form:  Download the application form for charities here.  (Word document, 53 KB)

TFN supports non-profit organisations that aim to achieve positive social change, meaning that they have the potential to create enduring positive transformation for individuals, communities, society and/or the environment over the long term. More specifically, TFN funds organisations that aim to do one or more of the following:

  • Address issues of inequality and disadvantage
  • Provide advocacy with the potential to improve society
  • Change attitudes, behaviour, laws and public policy
  • Find a better solution to an underlying problem
  • Pilot solutions with the potential for expansion

There are no restrictions on the geographies or beneficiary groups that TFN will fund, however, the organisation must be based in New Zealand.

TFN supports organisations that would be defined as small to medium-sized, where the amount of funding we raise at a TFN event would make a genuinely useful contribution. Specifically, in New Zealand this means organisations with an average turnover of $500,000 pa or less.

If you are interested in applying you can download the form via the link above, or for further information please email info@thefundingnetwork.org.nz.

TFN NZ has supported the following projects/charities to date:

  • Mixit
  • Māpura Studios
  • Mind Over Manner
  • The Circability Trust
  • Tread Lightly Caravan
  • Te Whakaora Tangata Amokura (Teen Parent Programme)
  • Clown Doctors
  • Nga Rangatahi Toa Creative Arts Initiative
  • Assistance Dogs Trust New Zealand
  • Fair Food
  • Young Carers NZ
  • Crescendo Trust Aotearoa
  • Common Unity Project
  • Orientation Aotearoa
  • WorkerBe Oasis
  • Upper Hutt Community Youth Trust