Kai Ora Fund
A Partnership between Te Tai Tokerau PHO and Far North District Council
2017 Kai Ora Fund
Healthy Kai, Healthy Whanau, Healthy Communities
The deadline for Applications is Friday 17th March 2017 at 9am
The 9am deadline enables all applications received to be acknowledged before the weekend.
All sucessful applicants are expected to attend the Kai Ora Fund workshop to be held on Friday the 5 of May from 10am until 3pm in Kaikohe.
The intention of this fund is to support community projects and initiatives that:
- Improving food access for people in the Far North
Our definition of food access includes having access to food in general, or having access to sufficient food and/or food of sufficient quality and integrity, plus the concepts of food equity, food resilience and food sustainability. It will also be extended to food availability in conditions of extreme need such as widespread disaster, droughts, and so on, and to initiatives that help people in Far North Communities to eat healthier foods.
- prioritise lower socio-economic communities (and in particular children), or people with food security and accessibility issues
- increase the availablility, promotion or utilisation of local food
- increase community resilience
- promote community involvement and have benefits for the local community
- increase regional economic development and local employment opportunities.
This fund provides ‘seed funding’ and we will prioritise projects that, once started, can sustain themselves without reliance on continued Kai Ora funding.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be posted a copy of the application form.
To be considered for funding:
- The Applicant must complete a fund application form.
- The applicant must have legal staus (for example, be an incorporated society, charitable trust, a not-for-profit company) or be formally auspiced by an organisation having legal status. A copy of the appropriate certification needs to accompany the application (plus a copy of the formal arrangement with the auspicing organisation). GST registration is not a requirement.
- Priority will be given to projects that focus on lower socio-economic communities, Māori communities and groups with known food access/provision issues.
- All projects will involve communities that reside within the Far North District.
- A total of $40 000 is available for funding. Our aim is to spread the funding evenly between the different wards of the FNDC area.
- The maximum funding available per project will be $5000. Lesser amounts can be applied for.
All applications will be acknowledged on receipt either by letter or email.
For more information contact:
Te Tai Tokerau PHO, Daniela Johnson: (09) 438 1015 or mobile 021 837717, email@example.com
Far North District Council, Ana Mules: 09 401 5200 or 0800 920 029, Ana.Mules@fndc.govt.nz
Far North District Council, Ken Ross, 0800 920 029 or mobile 021 570 174, Ken.Ross@fndc.govt.nz