The Royston Health Trust provides donations and support to programmes and projects which will make a real and demonstrable difference to the health and well-being of people living in Hawke’s Bay
Applications for 2022 open on Monday 28 February and close on Friday 15 April 2022.
These guidelines are intended to assist potential donees to determine their eligibility for a donation and to decide whether or not to apply. We fund in two ways –
We have an annual funding round for requests of up to $20,000. The total value of this fund is decided by the trust each year, and any organisation may apply to this fund.
We also have a Partnership Funding scheme where a small number of large scale initiatives will be considered for funding each year. Applications to this fund are accepted by invitation from the Trust only.
We do not fund the following:
Applications must be submitted using the application form which is available on our website. You are welcome to provide more detail about your project in a separate document, but you must still complete the application form.
Any organisation that meets our funding criteria can apply for a donation of up to $20,000 through the annual round. Applications must be submitted in the manner specified by 4pm on the closing date. No late applications will be considered. Applicants will be advised of the outcome. Approved donations will be paid by direct credit to a verified bank account.
There is no annual deadline for applications to this fund. If you have a project that meets our criteria, will deliver high impact outcomes and requires a significant level of funding, please contact Stuart Signal (Secretary) directly to discuss. Formal applications for this fund are considered by invitation only and following initial discussion with the trust. Such applications will be reviewed as received.
The Royston Health Trust has limited funding at its disposal each year. Fulfilment of the donation criteria does not guarantee that an application will be approved. All donations are made at the sole discretion of the trust.