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Nov 2023

MG Trust Contestable Fund

MG Trust Contestable Fund
The Trustees are inviting applications for the November 2023 contestable funding round.

The MG Charitable Trust (MG Trust) has been established to contribute towards the general improvement, capability and profile of the horticulture industry in New Zealand.

Since launching in 2021, the Trustees have narrowed their focus, with a greater emphasis on areas where funding can make the most impact in the horticulture industry, including:

  • Providing educational opportunities for individuals or groups which are directly linked to the industry or for people about to enter the industry, with less weight put towards funding junior school programmes.
  • Supporting applications for projects which aim to enhance the profile of the horticulture industry.

MG Trust Contestable Fund

The Trustees are inviting applications for the November 2023 contestable funding round.

Deadline for applications: 24 November 2023

Funding applications are welcome from industry bodies, growing operations, individuals, community groups or anyone in New Zealand with an active interest in enhancing the horticulture sector in New Zealand.

Application form for the  Contestable Fund (pdf) >>

Growers and other members of the horticulture community are encouraged to share information about the MG Trust with potential applicants.

www.mggroup.co.nz/mgtrust

MG Trust Annual Review 2023

The MG Trust Annual Review is available to view online.

MG Trust Annual Review 2023 >>

Press release sent on behalf of the Trustees of the MG Charitable Trust.

 

 

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