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This fund supports arts and cultural projects.
This grant helps not-for-profit community groups delivering services to promote social well-being for Wellingtonians with their rental costs.
We want to contribute to safe and resilient buildings and maintain their heritage values.
This grant helps charitable causes in great need.
This fund is for community initiatives that encourage people to ride bikes. It is one of the ways the Council is supporting cycling as a viable mode o...
This fund supports community events sponsorship.
This fund helps with creating community space and venues where services and activities contribute to social wellbeing.
Contract funding is available to programmes that have already received considerable funding from the Council for at least four years.
This scheme supports and encourages local arts activities.
The Joe Aspell Trust distributes funds to community organisations serving socially disadvantaged young people living in Wellington.
One-off emergency relief is available to people in Wellington who are in need of help in the form of food, shelter and clothing.
This fund aims to improve Wellington’s quality of life by strengthening urban-nature connections and building economic opportunities from a healthy en...
Applications for the School Pool Partnership Fund are no longer being accepted.
This fund aims to foster strong, sustainable communities and support building capacity in the community.
This fund aims to provide funding towards the development of sports facilities and partnerships at major sporting and recreation hubs in Wellington Ci...
These grants provide financial support for community initiatives in Tawa.
This fund supports development of innovative solutions for reducing waste, so that Wellingtonians can be leaders in waste minimisation.
This fund supports initiatives that will contribute to Wellington's economic growth.
This subsidy helps local community groups hold special events in certain Council-owned venues.
Other grants supported or administered by the Council include grants for recycling services, energy efficiency incentives, and compost.
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