Grants are now open!

Te Nehenehenui offer all registered members, a range of grants, distributions and special scholarships, to expand the capabilities of our whānau, hapū, marae and community.

This year we have expanded our range of categories to support our people and their success.

Key dates

5pm, 1 o Āperira 2024 – Grants open

5pm, 31 o Maehe 2025 – Grants close

Frequently Asked Pātai

The successful recipient of funding must be a registered member of Te Nehenehenui or a listed Marae or Papakāinga or Rōpū in the Te Nehenehenui Trust Deed.

You can apply within the period set out in the application form. Only one payment per recipient per category will be made.

Application purposes relating to the following will not be considered:

  • Overseas travel
  • Vehicles
  • Loan repayments or other debt instrument repayments
  • Capital purchases,
  • Wages, and
  • Fundraising

Additional guidance can be found on the Charities Website

Four (4) to six (6) weeks following the email acknowledging receipt of an application.

Academic or Calendar year refers to the start of a school year until the published final date.

All Te Nehenehenui grant applications have an opening and closing date which tribal members can make funding applications for.

Are you registered?

To apply for a grant, you or your parent will need to be registered. To register, head to the link below

Do you have a question? Or have a Grant enquiry?     |     0800 668 285