KiwiSport is a fund that aims to:
- Increase the number of school-age children participating in organised sport - during school, after school and by strengthening links with sports clubs.
- Increase the availability and accessibility of sport opportunities for all school-aged children.
- Support children in developing skills that will enable them to participate effectively in sport at both primary and secondary level.
KiwiSport has two components; the Regional Partnership Fund (RPF) administered by Sport Manawatu and the Direct Fund, which goes directly to schools. More information about the RPF is available below.
THE KIWISPORT REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP FUND IS ABOUT PARTNERSHIPS
Sport Manawatu will invest in organisations and schools that demonstrate they are co-operating and forging partnerships with a focus on sport for school-aged children. Schools are the obvious catchment zone for kids to get involved and play sport. Organisations will be expected to contribute financially to these partnerships in addition to the support from the RPF. Potential partners: Schools, Clubs, RSOs, NSOs, Sponsors (e.g. local businesses), Councils, Community Trusts.
Our regional priority areas that have been identified are:
- Skill Development
- Coach and Volunteer Development
- More Participation Opportunities
Sport Manawatu's 2015/16 funding period is now open!
(please note there have been some changes to criteria)
Got an idea for a project that meets the aims of KiwiSport? Run it through our quick
MAIN FUND 2015/16
There will be two funding rounds to allocate $177,106 in funding.
SMALL PROJECTS FUND
Available to fund up to 80% of project costs for small projects (maximum grant $3,000).
Main Funding Rounds
Secondary School Fund
Participation rates at secondary schools are not as high as we would like them to be so a separate fund of $50,000 is held for programmes to increase participation levels in secondary schools. Secondary Schools can apply to this fund via the Secondary School Sports Advisor during October/November.
APPROVED PROJECT FORMS
All approved projects must complete the following forms (deadlines for these are included in the contract between the lead organisation and Sport Manawatu):
Baseline data - schools (Form 1A)
Baseline data - sports (Form 1B)
Session monitoring forms (optional) (Form 2)
Mid way report (Form 3)
Project completion report (Form 4)
Actual project budget (Form 5)
OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION