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Community Internship Programme Previous Grants 2018/19

Name Amount Purpose
Connect Hurunui Incorporated $30,960.00 To engage an intern from Community Wellbeing North Canterbury Trust to help them establish a Managers role in their organisation, and move to the next stage in their organisational development.
Corstorphine Baptist Community Trust $38,812.00 The intern will develop policies and procedures to support the implementation of an evidenced based adult peer support model within the service.
InsideOUT $6,072.00 Q-Youth are providing an intern who will develop a volunteer strategy and strengthen their processes and relationships with volunteers.
Sexual Abuse Prevention Network $9,630.00 An intern from the Wellington City Council will develop a best practice template and toolkit for policies to manage the prevention of and response to sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Social Service Providers Aotearoa Children, Family Community (Incorporated) $18,621.00 An experienced service development advisor from the Tertiary Education Commission will assist to make improvements to how SSPA designs and delivers their professional development programmes.
Te Awhina Marae o Motueka Society Incorporated $50,000.00 An intern from KPMG will research and develop ideas around ensuring that all current redevelopment plans for the Marae are fit for purpose and sustainable into the future. This sustainability includes both power and other eco-friendly practices, and also financial sustainability by investigating revenue increasing options.
Te Tatau o Te Arawa $44,697.00 The Rotorua Lakes Council is providing an internt to assist with the development of a Te Arawa Vision.
Te Whare o Te Ata Fairfield/Chartwell Community Centre Trust $24,000.00 An intern from Deloittes is assisting with reviewing and rewriting effective accounting and reporting systems, and also training the staff and board to use these systems.