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.If you would like to be added to our email list to receive regular updates about the KiwiSport RPF, please CLICK HERE
With some May applications still pending,
Sport Manawatu's KiwiSport Regional Partnership Fund is now closed for the 2012-2015 investment period.
A new investment period should begin in July 2015 pending approval from Sport NZ
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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)
Due to a large number of multi year projects now running through to the end of 2015 we will only be accepting Fast Fund applications until June 2015. The fast fund is topped up 3 times a year and is always open unless all funds have been allocated.
DISCLOSURE OF FUNDS
Read this DISCLOSURE DOCUMENT for information on where the Sport Manawatu KiwiSport RPF went in the first two years of the fund. 2012 and 2013 information will be added shortly.
Following extensive community consultation, Sport Manawatu has prepared an INVESTMENT PLAN for the Regional Partnership Fund in our region. (31 May 2012)
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