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2015 Medibank Community Fund Grants
Medibank has shortlist 33 outstanding health and
wellbeing programs that bring For Better Health to life for their local
Community projects for New Zealand
New Zealanders have the opportunity to decide which
community wellbeing projects will win 2015 Medibank Community Fund (MCF)
Five New Zealand projects from the Wellington, Auckland and
Christchurch regions have been shortlisted to share in grants worth
$600,000. For the first time, Kiwis can vote for the initiative they
believe will be of most benefit to their community.
City MenzShed Supervision
Funding will enable City MenzShed to provide healthy living
sessions for older and often isolated men in Wellington. With most
participants suffering from some form of heart disease or other elderly
afflictions that require healthier eating habits, the sessions encourage
men to support each other to stay on track.
Common Unity Koha Kitchen
The Common Unity Project Aoteroa aims to construct a
purpose-built community cooking school for Epuni Primary School’s 90
students. The facility will increase food production of the school’s
existing vegetable garden and orchard and feed the students daily as
well as host other community activities.
Garden to Table Trust
Building food literacy for the future – empowering and
encouraging children to make informed choices around health, community
and environment. Through a practical and engaging food literacy program
for primary school children, Garden to Table Trust aims to provide
students with skills and an understanding of healthy eating, so they can
make informed choices and positive lifestyle choices in the future.
Project Esther Trust: Music and Movement Classes
Funding will enable Project Esther Trust to continue music and
movement classes which support women and their families at risk in the
South West Christchurch area. The classes give mothers the opportunity
to build relationships in a safe, positive and supportive environment.
Skylight: Getting Stronger in Schools
Skylight has developed ‘Getting Strong’, a board game that helps
children, young people and their families cope with grief, loss, trauma
and change while encouraging openness and resilience. Funding will
enable Skylight to bring the game to areas in Auckland that otherwise
would not be able to afford it.
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