To further develop the educational and development opportunities for individuals.


The Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Board is pleased to offer scholarships totalling 20,000. To enhance the legacy of Ngati Whakaue Tupuna by the responsible and.

Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust Board - Applications are now open for 2019 Project Grants.

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nz; Home; About. . Mar 1, 2012 The Board&39;s mission is "To enhance the legacy of Ngti Whakaue Tupuna by.


. The Ngati Whakaue Assets Trust was established in 2009 for the purpose of receiving, growing and distributing the tribes settlement funds from the Central North Island Forests Collective Settlement. To support, develop and nurture Ngati Whakaue and Te Arawa Writers.

. Today saw the final election of the triennial elections for Te Komiti Nui o Ngti Whakaue.

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2017 EDUCATION GRANTS administered by Deloittes Rotorua on behalf of the Trusts below close at 4.
Key investments to date include.
We are a Rotorua-based Maori trust tasked with man.



Tony Wihapi. To enhance the legacy of Ngati Whakaue Tupuna by the responsible and. .

With the advent of Tomorrow&39;s Schools, the High Schools Board of Governors were replaced by The Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust Board in 1996 under an Act of Parliament which saw the administration come under a combination of 5 trustees representing the Rotorua High Schools and 6 trustees for Ngati Whakaue including the Chair. . . PUKAINGATARU B18 TRUST RANGATIRA E. 504 likes &183; 460 were here.

A big mihi to Ngti Whakaue Education Endowment Trust, RotoruaNZ, Te Puni Kkiri, and Bay Trust who as provided financial sponsorship for the pilot and enabled this second iteration to go ahead.

For students enrolled at TE HERENGA WAKA - VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON. For the financial year ended 31 March 2023, 24,000 was allocated to this fund.

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Marae defined as being Te Papaiouru, Tunohopu, Owhata, Hurunga O Te Rangi and Whakaue ki Maketu.


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