Below are some frequently asked questions about the Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two. If you have a question that isn't answered here, please contact [email protected].
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
The Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two opened on Saturday, 27 August 2022.
Applications closed at 5pm, Friday, 10 March 2023 and applicants will be informed of the outcome by 31 May 2023 (date was extended recently due to volume of applications).
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Applicants were able to apply by completing the online application form or via email using a downloadable version in MS Word or PDF format.
Any questions about the Fund can be directed to: [email protected]
Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two application needed to include the following supporting documentation:
Acceptable Document Formats
Please make sure your documents for emailing are only saved in .doc, .docx, .jpg, .png or PDF file format and please include your full organisation name in the filename before attaching. This will help us match up your documents with your application form when processing. Please also make sure attachments are no larger than 4MB in file size.
IMPORTANT: You'll be required to provide all supporting documents before we can process your application.
Following your application, you may also be asked to provide further information. If this information is required, we will email you.
If you need assistance with your application or supporting documents, please email [email protected].
To be eligible, applicants had to be citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand.
Yes, previous applicants may apply for funding through Round Two. If you are a previously funded applicant, you cannot duplicate your previous initiative, but you can expand upon it.
See a summary of successful Round One initiatives.
The Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two was available to one-off initiatives that:
Applicants are encouraged to share their initiative with the public where possible and/or appropriate
A range of storytelling methods are considered, such as:
Note, applicants may use grants to purchase or hire relevant equipment, such as sound or video recording devices, and provide small amounts of koha to participants. Applicants may also use grants to pay for wages, salaries and travel related to the initiative, however this will be capped at 20 percent of the total amount granted and is at the discretion of the assessment panel.
All initiatives funded by the Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two must follow government COVID-19 requirements.
The Teu le Va - Dawn Raids History Community Fund Round Two did not fund:
Successful fund recipients will be asked to complete monthly progress updates, a six-month progress report, and a final accountability report for their initiative that will include:
The Ministry will provide reporting templates and will assist successful applicants to complete them.
Yes, the fund was open to both organisations or groups and individuals, provided they were New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.