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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

Orange Traffic Light Update from Trust Waikato

As the resurgence of COVID-19 in Aotearoa has a significant impact on all of us, we have adapted how we work to continue serving our communities as best we can.

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

  • Trust Waikato Community Rooms have reopened for use. 

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Trust Waikato funds groups and projects that increase community vibrancy, resilience and participation.

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2022 Round Closing
Dates

4.30pm

11 February

10 June

9 September

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Free Community Meeting Rooms

Trust Waikato's community meeting rooms are available for community organisations to use free of charge. These are located on the ground floor at 4 Little London Lane, Hamilton.

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Credible and relevant resources relating to hui sessions are available here.

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.