Kai Ora Fund
7 September 2018 – Article that appeared in the New Zealand Herald – great story!
Kai Ora Fund
The 2019 Kai Ora Fund is a partnership between Te Tai Tokerau Primary Health Organisation, The Far North District Council, Te Puni Kōkiri,
Northland Inc, Kaipara District Council, Northland District Health Board, Whangārei District Council and Manaia Health PHO.
He whenua taurikura, he whānau houkura
In Tai Tokerau we care for the land; growing, harvesting and sustaining our communities so that whenua and whānau are healthy and well
Abundant whenua, prosperous whānau
The purpose of the Kai Ora Fund is to enable Northlanders to grow and eat nutritious and sustainably grown local food. The Kai Ora Fund is a small community grants process to support innovative projects that address food security, benefit the wider community and encourage employment and economic development in the region. We want our communities to have an accessible, affordable and safe food supply for current and future generations, and to be resilient to future disruption or unavailability of food due to various risk factors including droughts, fuel shortages and economic instability.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2019 ROUND HAVE NOW CLOSED
We encourage all people/groups that are interested in applying in future rounds to get in touch and talk through their ideas. We want the projects we fund to make a difference to people and communities in Tai Tokerau and we are here to encourage and support those who wish to apply.
For any questions contact:
Ken Ross – Community Development Advisor, FNDC, Ken.Ross@fndc.govt.nz, 021 570 174
Daniela Johnson – Oranga Kai Health Promoter, TTTPHO, firstname.lastname@example.org, 021 837 717, (09) 438 1015
Karen Tasker – Senior Advisor, Te Puni Kōkiri, 027 226 4245
Nicole Stanton – Community Development Adviser, Whangarei District Council, 0212431494. email@example.com
Interactive map of Kai Ora Project locations
Visit the interactive map of the locations. You can click on the project and find out more detail about including the name, contact, and description.
Currently showing are:
• 2018 Projects – blue tear drop icon
• 2019 Business Projects – blue shopping bag icon
• 2019 Learning and Workshops projects – maroon cap
• 2019 School Projects – yellow people
• 2019 Garden Projects – green flower
The fund has run for five years and funded some amazing projects and ideas. For more information on these projects: