WCT is delighted to offer the Boost Fund for the first time. Boost is a fund of $150,000 available to eligible organisations in the Wellington region. Boost is a one-off cash injection to literally boost your organisation’s capacity or activities for the year. WCT is calling for expressions of interest for the fund. If you… Read more »
Wellington Community Trust has partnered with a number of Trusts and Foundations, Social Service Providers Aotearoa and a number of social services to produce an important report that seeks to quantify the funding gap community services face through the Governments contributory funding model. The report, produced by MartinJenkins, reveals the funding gap to be $630m… Read more »
Check out our latest newsletter here. Meet our new trustees and read about some of our recent successful applicants!
Next month we say farewell and a huge thank you to Dawn Sanders ONZM, QSM, and Jan Dowland who have both served the WCT board for 9 years. We asked them to talk about some of the projects and organisations they’ve been most excited to support: Jan: “It is difficult to… Read more »
The Wellington Community Trust has launched a new vision and granting framework. This is the culmination of months of work by the Board and staff as we make the shift towards a more strategic approach to our grant making. We commissioned a piece of work from the Centre for Social Impact to help us better understand… Read more »
It’s our favourite time of the year – when we get together to celebrate our incredible community groups and share exciting news and updates from the trust! We warmly invite you to join us for this occasion. Wellington Community Trust – Annual Public Meeting 2016/17 Wednesday 2 August, 5.15-7.00pm Wellington Indian Association, 48 Kemp Street,… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Georgie Ferrari to the role of CE, Wellington Community Trust. Georgie brings more than 25 years’ experience in the not-for-profit sector, working in the areas of youth, health, housing, disability, education and violence prevention in New Zealand, New South Wales and Victoria. Along with a masters degree in policy… Read more »