The Board considers applications on a monthly basis (apart from January) and meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month.
MT WELLINGTON LICENSING TRUST DIRECTORS
Mr Mike Murray (Chairman) - Retired Deputy Principal & Co-Founder New Zealand Childrens Athletics
Ms Leila Boyle - Former Member Tamaki-Maungakiekie Community Board & Former Auckland City Councillor & Statistics Lecturer
Mr Alan Verrall - Member Tamaki-Maungakiekie Community Board & President Mt Wellington Licensing Trust
Ms Jean Dolheguy - Art Teacher for 30 Years & Fellow of the New Zealand Educational Institute
Mr Cyril Nevezie - Former School Principal for over 40 years & Former President Tamaki Principals Group
Ms Carol Over - Business Owner & Mt Wellington Resident for 40 years
Mr J P Joyce (Manager)
Mrs H Ralph (Grants Administrator)
The grant policy was reviewed on 12th March 2016 and there were no amendments made to the existing policy approved in 2014.
FUNDING POLICIES 2016
The Mt Wellington Foundation Ltd supports a wide range of organisations reflecting the diverse nature, interests and activities of the community.
The Mt Wellington Foundation Ltd aims to assist organisations in their pursuit of funding and ensures that the funding process is transparent, fair and equitable.
While the Foundation's focus for the distribution of funding is the local community, grants may be regional as long as there is a clear benefit to people from the local community.
The Foundation supports a range of organisations which represent the diverse nature, interests and activities of the community with particular (but not exclusive) focus on those associated with young people.
The Foundation supports funding applications where the organisation demonstrates a contribution to the activity/project from its own resources.
The Foundation encourages organisations to prioritise their requests for grants and to make one application in each Foundation financial year which runs from 1st April to the following 31st March.
The Foundation seeks to actively support organisations which are developing projects for the benefit of the local community from where the Foundation's funds are sourced. Where substantial funding is required organisations are encouraged to discuss their projects with the Foundation early in their planning process.
The Foundation undertakes to publish and review on an annual basis the policies, criteria and systems which cover the distribution of net proceeds under the Gambling Act.
The Foundation's Board assess each funding application from the information provided (and when necessary, request additional information). The assessment process will include:
Consideration as to whether the application fulfills:
N.B. That the Foundation will undertake a review on an annual basis before 31st March each year of these criteria, systems and policies.