PKW promotes educational achievement amongst its shareholders and descendants of Taranaki by providing a limited amount of education grants and scholarships through its charitable arm PKW Trust.
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2015 Tertiary Grants & Scholarships - now open
That's right. Online applications are now open and close four months later on 31 March 2015. First time applicants must create a profile first otherwise log back in using your previous username and passowrd. Whether you apply for a tertiary grant or scholarship (a scholarship has academic grade requirements) everyone starts at the same point. Everyone who is eligible and applies is supported in some way.
The Trust was established in 1983 to support the educational and cultural purposes of Taranaki Maori with special reference to PKW shareholders; and provides grants for descendants of Taranaki and Taranaki Maori groups. To be eligible for support from the PKW Trust::
- individuals must whakapapa to at least one iwi of Taranaki and endorsed by a PKW shareholder. Other grant specific criteria applies.
- groups must be Taranaki based and Maori. Groups must also be endorsed by PKW shareholders and projects must support the Trusts objectives
Applications for education grants close 31 March of each year.
NCEA grants - closed
Applications for the 2014 NCEA grant are now closed and reopens in September 2015
Tertiary Grants - open
100x tertiary grants to assist with your studies. Value of grant depends on the number of applicants
Tertiary Grants now open
Closes 5.00pm 31 March 2015
For tertiary students studying in NZ
Sporting Potential and Culture & Arts Grants
The Trust recognises Taranaki uri participating at the highest level in their sporting field, or in the promotion of Taranaki arts and culture.
*Kapa Haka groups are directed to the Community Grant application form.
"Seeding Taranaki Potential - Building Success"
PKW Trust provides grants to support Taranaki Maori groups whose projects align to the three priorities of the PKW Trust, they are:
- Te Reo me ona Tikanga
- Marae (structural only)
- Education (Matauranga Maori and Matauranga o te Ao Whanui)
Contact the office to request an application form and discuss your project with the Community Development Manager. PKW Trust does not fund retrospective projects and applicants can only apply for one grant per financial year.
Applications for individual Sport and Cultural Grants, and Community Grants are received year round.