Lottery Hurunui Kaikoura Marlborough Earthquake Relief Fund September 2017 grants
|Waikari Bowling Club
||For repairs to the earthquake damaged irrigation system for the bowling green.
|Marlborough Migrant Centre Inc.
||To provide a day trip for 140 migrants and newcomers to improve their social and emotional wellbeing following the earthquake.
|Kaikoura Junior Tennis Club
||For the additional travel and accommodation costs for members to attend tournaments and travel costs for a professional tennis coach. Earthquake related road closures and alternative longer routes have increased the travel distances and costs for the club.
|Kaikoura Salmon Enhancement Society Inc.
||For the cost of releasing salmon smolt for recreational fishing in the Kaikoura area. The societys ability to fundraise for this annual cost has been impacted by the earthquake.
|Kaikoura Te Ahikaaroa Netball Club
||To provide accommodation for players and whanau to attend the South Island Maori Netball Tournament. The clubs ability to fundraise for this cost has been impacted by the earthquake.
||For the additional travel costs for families in Kekerengu whose children have had to attend boarding school due to earthquake related road closures preventing them from attending their closest school. The grant will improve the wellbeing of these families by helping them to stay in touch with their children on a regular basis
|Kaikoura Agricultural and Pastoral Association
||Towards the costs of running the annual A&P show and community event. The show usually receives sponsorship from local businesses, but many have had reduced income since the earthquake due to lower visitor numbers and are not able to support the event this year. Last years show was cancelled due to the earthquake.
|North Canterbury Economic Development Trust
||To continue the employment of an Earthquake Recovery Co-ordinator for the Cheviot area.
|Awatere Pony Club
||For travel and accommodation costs for members to attend a major pony club event in South Canterbury. Earthquake related road closures and alternative longer routes have increased the travel distances and costs for the club.
|Hurunui District Council
||To provide Lets Connect community events to support social wellbeing in Hurunuis rural communities.
|Bread of Life Trust
||Salary for a part time community worker to continue to support people with earthquake related issues in Marlborough, Clarence and Kekerengu.