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Are supporting documents required for Lottery Outdoor Safety requests?

You need to include a budget for the type of grant you are requesting. If your request is for minor capital works, you will need two quotes for the equipment, assets, building or renovation costs.

Is the grant request all we need to do?

You need to confirm that your organisation profile has been checked and the information is up-to-date when you submit your grant request. This is because your request and organisation profile are both required for your request to be complete.

Only your organisation's profile secretary can update your organisation's profile, so you need to check this has been done before you submit a grant request. For example, the bank account details for your organisation are saved to your organisation profile, not your grant request. This means this information only needs to be provided once and is kept up-to-date by your profile secretary or secretaries.

What do organisations need to have to get a grant?

What an organisation needs

An organisation requesting funding must have:

  • Two people with the right to sign the organisation’s bank accounts.
  • A cashbook (hard-copy or electronic) that is updated regularly.
  • A person responsible for the organisation’s financial information.
  • An up-to-date Organisation profile in our online grants management system.
  • A document from the bank showing the organisation's bank details. This could be a bank statement, printed deposit slip or letter from the bank confirming the account name and number.

An organisation may need to have:

  • If the Profile secretary has changed in the grants management system, a document confirming who is now the Profile secretary.
  • A record of the grants awarded from other funders.
  • Reported back on any completed Hāpai Hapori grants.
  • Up-to-date tax records.