Funding Applications

Funding Applications

Funding applications to the Waikato River Clean-up Trust are now open, and close on 11 August 2022 (4pm).

Applications must be made online by clicking the link on this page, which will be available after 6 June.

This year $6 million is available to funding clean-up projects in the Waikato and Waipā River catchments.

For information on the types of things we are looking to fund in 2022 as well as other criteria and information requirements please read our WRA-Funding-Strategy-2022.  You can also view our ‘how to’ videos below.

If you are not sure if your project meets the funding criteria or have further questions, please email michelle@waikatoriver.org.nz and one of our team will get in touch.

For guidance on what the application form looks like, please see our  WRA Word application form for 2022

Please note: This Microsoft Word copy can not be submitted as an application.  All applications must be submitted via the 'Make an Application' button below.

 

MAKING AN APPLICATION

Once you are ready to write your application click on the 'Make An Application' button above. This will take you to our application page.

All applications must be made online, but if you would like a copy of the application form in Word (as a working draft) it can be downloaded here.

The Waikato River Authority will usually give priority to projects that that are co-funded. If you are seeking co-funding from other organisations you may wish to consider the list here of 2022 Potential Funders.

If you need assistance with estimating project costs, the attached  document of Standard Costs and Assumptions July 2022 may be helpful.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

All successful applicants must provide the Waikato River Authority with organisational and project specific Health and Safety information prior to the deed of funding being signed for their project.  Click on one of the links below to find out what Health and Safety documentation we require from you.

Waikato River Authority Health and Safety requirements for organisations who are PCBUs* 

Waikato River Authority Healthy and Safety requirements for organisations who are NOT PCBUs*

*To determine whether you are a PCBU click here to be taken to the Worksafe New Zealand website.  You can also phone the Waikato River Authority’s Health and Safety advisor for more information.

MAKING AN APPLICATION

Once you are ready to write your application click on the 'Make an Application' button above. This will take you to our application page.

All applications must be made online, but if you would like a copy of the application form in Word (as a working draft) it can be downloaded here.

The Waikato River Authority will usually give priority to projects that that are co-funded. If you are seeking co-funding from other organisations you may wish to consider the list here of  2022 Potential Funders.

If you need assistance with estimating project costs, the attached  document of  Standard Costs and Assumptions July 2022  may be helpful.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

All successful applicants must provide the Waikato River Authority with organisational and project specific Health and Safety information prior to the deed of funding being signed for their project.  Click on one of the links below to find out what Health and Safety documentation we require from you.

Waikato River Authority Health and Safety requirements for organisations who are PCBUs* 
Waikato River Authority Healthy and Safety requirements for organisations who are NOT PCBUs*

*To determine whether you are a PCBU click here to be taken to the Worksafe New Zealand website.  You can also phone the Waikato River Authority’s Health and Safety advisor for more information.