Read the full newsletter here Top of the South Community Foundation is one of many Community Foundations encouraging local philanthropy around New Zealand. Click the link above to read about some of the great work going on in communities around the country as generous people come together to support worthy […]Read More
Top of the South Community Foundation and The Tindall Foundation collaborate to support the Family and Social Services sector across Marborough, Nelson & Tasman. This partnership fund holds two funding round each year with the next round closing on 16th August 2017. Applicants should begin the process now as the 2 stage process must be […]Read More
Top of the South Community Foundation aims to bring together people and resources to tackle critical community issues, providing leadership to ensure that the Nelson Tasman region is safe, vibrant and thriving for all residents. A key resource to help achieve this aim is the the foundation Beacon of Opportunities – our guide to inform […]Read More
In this edition: Donations supporting our community. the foundation supporting volunteering in Tasman. Donate by 31 March and get one-third right back. The 2017 Beacon of Opportunities is almost ready. Trustee profile: Nick Moore and Tim Saunders. Community Group Funds. the foundation supports programme to help young men make a fresh start. Click to read newsletter online or […]Read More
We’ve almost finished compiling the 2017 Beacon of Opportunities which is significantly enhanced on the previous edition. Our aim is to overview some of the key challenges facing our community, as well as profiling more community groups that are working hard to overcome these challenges. The 2017 Beacon of Opportunities will be available online soon […]Read More
Nick and Tim both joined the Board in 2016 with a desire to make a difference in our community through helping to raise awareness of the Top of the South Community Foundation. Nick became a partner of law firm Fletcher Vautier Moore in 1983. His focus includes residential and rural property, financing, family trusts and […]Read More
If you make a donation before 31 March, you will be able to promptly claim back one-third of your gift up to the level of your annual taxable income. That makes smart financial sense and helps your community. Question: How do you turn $1,000 into $1,500 in a minute? Answer: Easy – Give $1,500 to […]Read More
Time is almost up for community groups to apply to our General Fund and Environment Fund in 2016. The closing date is 31 August. Registered charities operating in Nelson and Tasman are eligible to apply for funding. The application process is very simple in keeping with the donations we currently make from these funds being […]Read More
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