Latest updates Pānui whakahōu
- Nominations sought for Lottery Committee vacancies (13 March 2017)
- Tip for accessing your organisation profile
- Norman Kirk Memorial Trust wins Trust of the Year (3 May 2016)
- New Community Leadership Fund announced (3 May 2016)
- Lottery Significant Project Fund opens for Expressions of Interest (17 November 2014)
The Minister of Internal Affairs is starting a process to appoint people to Lottery committees.
Lottery committees distribute the profits of New Zealand lotteries for community purposes.
Information about what each committee does; the skills and experience committee members should have, the time commitment and fees paid is included for each committee with vacancies on the links here:
- Lottery Auckland Community Committee information (PDF, 210KB)
- Lottery Bay of Plenty/Gisborne Community Committee information (PDF, 212KB)
- Lottery Canterbury/Kaikoura Community Committee information (PDF, 211KB)
- Lottery Hawke’s Bay Community Committee information (PDF, 213KB)
- Lottery Manawatu/Whanganui Community Committee information (PDF, 219KB)
- Lottery Northland Community Committee information (PDF, 211KB)
- Lottery Otago/Southland Community Committee information (PDF, 218KB)
- Lottery Taranaki Community Committee information (PDF, 216KB)
- Lottery Waikato Community Committee information (PDF, 211KB)
- Lottery Wellington/Wairarapa Community Committee information (PDF, 217KB)
- Lottery Community Facilities Committee and Lottery Significant Project Committee (joint appointment) information (PDF, 205KB)
- Lottery Community Sector Research information (PDF, 205KB)
- Lottery Health Research information (PDF, 210KB)
Nominations are invited from a number of different sources and a nomination will not necessarily result in a person being appointed.
A person may be nominated by an organisation, by someone else, or may nominate themselves.
The nomination form includes a section for the nominated person to declare any potential conflict of interest or any other issue that could affect their suitability for appointment. The Department of Internal Affairs may check the accuracy of the information provided about the nominated person.
Please complete this nomination form and send it, with an up-to-date CV for the nominated person, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations close at 5.00 pm on Friday 24 March 2017
The Lottery committees were established under the Gambling Act 2003. Committee members are appointed by the Minister of Internal Affairs. The New Zealand Lottery Grants Board decides how much funding to allocate to each committee to distribute. The Board’s 2016 Annual Report provides more information about the contributions Lottery committees make to New Zealand communities.
For more information on the appointments process, contact Craig Press on 04 495 9354 or email@example.com
Here’s a tip for profile secretaries accessing their organisation profile.
1. Select the Organisation Profile.
2. If this arrow appears, click on it also.
3. Then open the organisation profile by clicking on it.
Chair of the Norman Kirk Memorial Trust Peter Swain says they are very honoured that the Trust has been awarded the 2015 NZ Trust of the Year Award by the New Zealand Trustees Association.
More information is available: Media release - Norman Kirk Memorial Trust wins Trust of the Year (.pdf 0.32mb)
The Community Leadership Fund – Hapori Whakatipu was announced on 3 May 2016.
More information is available: Media release - New Community Leadership Fund announced
Secretary to the Lottery Grants Board, Robyn Nicholas announced today the opening of the 2014/15 Lottery Significant Projects Fund.
“In July of this year the Lottery Grant Board announced it had allocated a further $15 million to the Lottery Significant Projects Fund.
“This funding will enable significant community based projects to be undertaken and provide lasting benefits for both current communities and future generations” said Ms Nicholas.
“From today groups with community projects worth $3 million or more can lodge an expression of interest for funding. Groups are encouraged to use this process as it will enable them to receive early feedback on whether their project meets the funding criteria. Staff can also provide support when completing a full application.”
In 2013/14, the Lottery Significant Projects Fund distributed over $28 million to support 12 projects throughout New Zealand. These projects were diverse and covered a range of sectors including the arts and cultural projects, sporting facilities and environmental projects. The projects funded included:
- Waitangi National Trust Board –received $5,750,000 towards the development of a Museum of Waitangi which will enhance visitor experience and provide an increased awareness and understanding of the Treaty story;
- Theatre Royal Charitable Foundation – received $6,000,000 towards the cost of rebuilding the iconic Isaac Theatre Royal in Christchurch;
- Brook Waimarama Sanctuary Trust – received $1,250,000 towards the cost of installing a fence to create a pest-free ecosystem in mature native forest in Nelson;
- AUT Millennium Ownership Trust – received $4,420,000 towards the cost of constructing a National Aquatics Centre at Mairangi Bay on Auckland’s North Shore.
Information about eligibility criteria and application requirements is available on the Community Matters website or by calling 0800 824 824.
Expressions of interest for the 2014/15 Lottery Significant Projects Fund open on 17 November 2014 and can be submitted until 12 December 2014.
Full applications for the Lottery Significant Projects Fund can be made from 28 January 2015, with the Fund closing on 11 March 2015.