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Downloads

Select a committee from the list below to download the appropriate grant documents.  Download the information sheet to find out more information about the committee's funding policies, or submit a paper application by downloading the relevant grant application form.  In some cases a guide may be available to assist you in completing the application forms.

Registration

If you have not yet registered you will need to download one of the forms below.

COGS

Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) is a community based grant-making scheme, providing grants to community organisations that provide social services to people from one or more of the COGS priority sectors. Funding decisions are made by local distribution committees (LDCs) made up of people elected by the community. Please note, there has been a change to completing a budget for the grant requested (see Question D2). If you are GST registered, all requested amounts must be GST exclusive and rounded to the nearest dollar (if approved, we will add the GST component to the grant). If your group is not GST registered, all requested amounts must be GST inclusive. Regarding Registration Forms, please note that the statement in italics at the bottom of B4 is not correct. “If you are applying to COGS for more than $5,000” should now read $10,000. The 2007 funding round opens 1 June 2007 and closes on Friday 27 July 2007.

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Lottery Community

This committee makes grants for projects that encourage or enable community self-reliance, capacity building and stability, or opportunities for social, civil or cultural participation and reducing or overcoming barriers to such participation. Lottery Community consists of 11 regional committees and one national committee. Committee priorities include projects that have a community/social service focus, for example developmental or preventative projects, welfare and support services, or projects that help improve the well-being of people in the community. Please note, if applying to the Lottery West Coast Nelson Marlborough Committee, any documentation requiring posting should be addressed to:Local Government and Community Branch,Department of Internal Affairs,PO Box 1149,Nelson. Some parts of Grants Online may advise documentation related to applying to the Lottery Nelson Marlborough West Coast Committee be posted to the Greymouth office. This is incorrect.

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Lottery Community Facilities

Lottery Community Facilities Fund applications open from 30 April 2007 and the closing date is 5pm 27 July 2007. We recommend you complete the electronic version of the application form. This enables you to fill in the form using Microsoft Word and email the completed form back to us (before 5pm on Friday 27 July 2007). To obtain an electronic version of the LCFF application form either; .....................1.Go to this link on the DIA website http://www.dia.govt.nz/diawebsite.nsf/wpg_URL/Services-Lottery-Grants-Lottery-Community-Facilities-Fund?OpenDocument or ........2.Email us on communityfacilities@dia.govt.nz and we will email you a form. Please call 0800 824 824 for further assistance if required.

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Lottery Environment and Heritage

This committee makes grants for projects that promote, protect and conserve New Zealand's natural, physical and cultural heritage.

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Lottery Health Research

This committee makes grants for research into the cause, prevention and treatment of disorders affecting the health of New Zealanders, as well as research advancing health and biomedical science for the ultimate benefit of New Zealanders. Please note, the Health Research Application Guide is under review and will be updated to align with the new application forms. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions regarding the guidelines, please call us toll free on 0800 824 824.

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Lottery Health Research - PhD Scholarships

Lottery Health Research makes grants for non-profit making good quality basic and applied research relating especially to common human health problems considered to be of major significance to the New Zealand Community. The committee is also interested in research into the prevention and management of the common problems and disorders which lead to deterioration of normal health. Please note, the Health Research Application Guide is under review and will be updated to align with the new application forms. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions regarding the guidelines, please call us toll free on 0800 824 824.

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Lottery Health Research - Projects and Shared Equipment

Lottery Health Research makes grants for non-profit making good quality basic and applied research relating especially to common human health problems considered to be of major significance to the New Zealand Community. The committee is also interested in research into the prevention and management of the common problems and disorders which lead to deterioration of normal health. Please note, the Health Research Application Guide is under review and will be updated to align with the new application forms. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions regarding the guidelines, please call us toll free on 0800 824 824.

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Lottery Individuals with Disabilities

This committee makes grants to people with mobility and communication related disabilities for the purchase and adaption of vehicles, scooters and other mobility and communication equipment.

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Lottery Marae Heritage and Facilities

This committee makes grants for the capital costs of the conservation, restoration and development of marae facilities, particularly wharenui, wharekai and wharepaku facilities. Please note, the Committee only funds the conservation of whakairo where the whakairo is part of a capital works project.

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Lottery Minister's Discretionary Fund

The Minister's Discretionary Fund accepts applications from individuals and groups for community projects that are not the responsibility of the Lottery distribution committees. If a project falls within a Lottery distribution committees' sector of responsibility but the committee has a policy that this project is ineligible this does not make the application eligible for a grant from the Minister's Discretionary Fund.

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Lottery Minister's Discretionary Fund - Groups

The Minister's Discretionary Fund accepts applications from individuals and groups for community projects that are not the responsibility of the Lottery distribution committees. If a project falls within a Lottery distribution committees' sector of responsibility but the committee has a policy that this project is ineligible this does not make the application eligible for a grant from the Minister's Discretionary Fund.

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Lottery Minister's Discretionary Fund - Individuals

The Minister's Discretionary Fund accepts applications from individuals and groups for community projects that are not the responsibility of the Lottery distribution committees. If a project falls within a Lottery distribution committees' sector of responsibility but the committee has a policy that this project is ineligible this does not make the application eligible for a grant from the Minister's Discretionary Fund.

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Lottery Outdoor Safety

This committee provides dedicated funding for all outdoor safety activities. The committee distributes funding to major outdoor safety and water safety groups, including their branches and affiliates, and other national and regional groups that have outdoor safety or water safety as their main purpose.

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Lottery Pacific Provider Development Fund

The Pacific Provider Development Fund is designed to strengthen Pacific community groups' ability to operate in an effective and accountable way, and to improve their access to lottery funding. It supports a partnership approach that best enables groups to succeed.

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