Vibrant and resilient Waikato communities

Kia ora and welcome

Trust Waikato's vision is for vibrant and resilient Waikato communities

Ko too maatou moemoea kia tipu, kia hua ngaa haapori

COVID-19 updates from Trust Waikato

As you will be aware, the spread of COVID-19 around the globe is having a significant impact on all our community. 

  • All grant applications are being processed as usual and the closing dates for these remain the same.

  • All Trust Waikato staff are available via phone, email and video conferencing.

  • Funding has been announced by the Waikato Community Funders Group to support non-profit organisations working on the frontline to help vulnerable people affected by COVID-19.

If you or someone you know needs support with their physical or emotional wellbeing you do not have to suffer alone.
There are many organisations available to help.

‚ÄčClick the button below to find a list of free calling numbers and groups in the Waikato working on the ground to help our most vulnerable people.

If you need help

Funding

Find out how to apply for funding, what we fund and our round closing dates.

Room bookings

Trust Waikato has meeting rooms for free community use at 4 Little London Lane, Hamilton

Resources

Check out workshops, upcoming events and useful Trust Waikato documents.

Funding Rounds 2020

Closing Dates
4.30pm

February 14

June 12

September 11

Enabling impact

Trust Waikato aims to achieve transformational change for people, families, communities and places where the need is greatest. Our priorities for impact include facilitating improved outcomes for the highest need communities in our region and strengthening the community sector.

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