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At the Funding Information Service we are committed to being the prime provider of funding information in New Zealand.
We have many products and services that enable us to achieve this goal.
Please take the time to look around and see for yourself the amazing resources available.
FunderNet is specifically for funders.
A terrific self service tool that lets you update funding records and keep up to date on funders news, events and information.
The first port of call for organizations looking for mutually beneficial relationships with
 businesses offering volunteering mentoring, sponsorship, gifts in kind, loans and other initiatives.
Where whanau, hapu and iwi organisations, and voluntary and community groups can search online for funding sources.
Scholarships, awards and grants for individuals looking for funding for study and professional development.

News & Events

  • Super Heroes Campaign For Cure Kids
    Crane Distribution is re-launching its Super Heroes Campaign, and aims to equal the 265,000 raised for Cure Kids in the event three years ago.
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  • Westenra empowers Ghanaian girls
    Her fund-raising efforts on behalf of Unicef will eventually have 6000 bicycles rolling children to school each day.
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  • FIS Annual General Meeting and Panel Discussion.
    "Corporate Community Involvement" Wednesday 8 October 2008, 5.00 pm KPMG Offices, Level 9. Maritime Building, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington. RSVP natasha@fis.org.nz org
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