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Annual Grants List

2021/22 Year

Funding available totaled $2,015,800. View the recipients here.

Five National Infrastructure Agencies (NIA) received $1,035,000 representing 51% of funding.

2020/21 Year

Funding available totaled $2,642,742. View recipient list here.

Five National Infrastructure Agencies (NIA) received $1,105,000 representing 42% of funding.

2019/20 Year

Funding available totaled $2,044,260. View recipients list.

Five National Infrastructure Agencies (NIA) received $790,000 representing 39% of funding.

2018/19 Year

Funding available totalled $2,223,177. View recipients list.

Four National Infrastructure Agencies (NIA) received $785,000 representing 35% of funding.

34 Regional Programme Agencies received $1,219,427 representing 54% of funding.

Four Research Providers received $146,750 or 7% of funding.

Two Value-Added Opportunity Agencies $80,000 or 4% of funding.

2017/18 Year

Funding available totalled $1,664,260. View recipients list here

Four National Infrastructure Agencies* (NIA) received $685,000 representing 41.2% of funding.

24 Regional Programme Delivery Agencies received $972,000 representing 58% of funding. 

$7,260 was invested in research run by Otago University to develop and test an evidence-based skills acquisition approach to teaching water skills to children. 

* Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, Swimming New Zealand, Surf Life Saving New Zealand and Coastguard Boating Education.

2016/17 Year

Funding available totalled $1,535,000.

38 applications from 32 organisations totalling $2,822,637 were received. There was an oversubscription to the funding programme of $1,287,637 (or 84%).

Read the 2016/2017 recipients list here

2015/2016 Year

Funding available included $1,576,359 plus grant funding from philanthropic trusts and other funding bodies of $135,000. This represents a total funding pool of $1,711,359.

38 applications from 34 organisations, totalling $2,702,159 were received. 

Read the 2015/2016 recipients list here


Keep baby safe with a Bathmat

The Plunket ‘water safety’ bathmat, is supported by Water Safety New Zealand. Bathmats are also delivered to whanau through iwi and Well Child Tamariki Ora providers. Bathmats are delivered to parents of infants five to seven months old. Approx 30,000 bathmats are delivered annually to whanau across the country.

Always use your Plunket Bathmat when bathing baby and be water safe.

Water Safety Around the Home

Your undivided attention when your child is around water could be the difference between fun, memorable, special bonding times - or tragedy.

Water Safety New Zealand is pleased to be partnering with Protector Aluminium promoting water safety around the home. Our messages are simple:

  • Make your home water safe by removing or isolating all potential water hazards
  • Pool fencing/barriers are mandatory and must be inspected every three years. Your local council will enforce this and will issue infringement and / or fix notices if required
  • Safety covers must be used as barriers for spa pools and hot tubs.

Protector Aluminium pool fencing is available at Bunnings. 

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