Community Funding

We have a range of community funds available to support individuals, groups and families.

Open for applications:

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Applications have now closed:

Toloa Tertiary Scholarships: Established in 2015, the Toloa Tertiary Scholarships are funded by the Ministry for Pacific Peoples to support Pacific students to pursue studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects. Applications closed at 5pm on Monday 9 November 2020. Find out more here

Community Languages Fund: Previously known as the Languages Innovation Fund, the Community Languages Fund aims to support community groups and Pacific families to implement language learning initiatives. Applications closed at 12pm-noon Wednesday 28 October 2020. Find out more here

Provider Languages Fund: This annual fund is aimed at supporting more established Pacific providers who deliver a range of Pacific language initiatives that will help revitalize, maintain and increase the number of speakers of Pacific languages, strengthen their identities and cultural confidence. Applications closed on Monday 14 September 2020. Find out more here

Community Covid-19 Fund: The Community Covid-19 Fund supports Pacific communities and groups who are leading and driving their own solutions to respond and recover from the impacts of Covid-19. Find out more here

Toloa Community Fund: Established in 2015, the Toloa Community Fund has been set up to support organisations and community groups to promote and deliver Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) activities to Pacific young people, through engaging key Pacific influencer groups including parents, families and community leaders. Find out more here

Toloa Kenese Fund: The Toloa Kenese Fund supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) providers to deliver targeted Pacific programmes and workshops with primary, intermediate, and secondary schools, students, and parents to create opportunities for engagement to raise awareness and increase Pacific uptake of STEM subjects. Find out more here