Improving your financial sustainability - webinar
Are you just surviving or are you starting to think differently in order to position yourself for financial sustainability and success? We know it’s difficult at the moment, with funding being the #1 concern for many people; which is why our most recent webinar, How to Thrive and not just survive, focused on how you can (re)position your organisation for success.
$10m recovery fund open for applications
The second round of the Community Resilience Fund is now open for applications for sport and recreation organisations experiencing financial hardship between 1 July and 30 September 2020.
The fund will be open for applications from Monday 3 August and will close on September 6. Organisations from across the physical activity sector can apply for up to $25,000 per organisation.
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7 August 2020
New fund aims to get more Wellingtonians moving
With spring less than a month away, Wellington City Council is challenging workplaces to get more staff walking, jogging and biking – and reaping the ...
31 July 2020
Sustainability efforts recognised at the 2020 Wellington Gold Awards
With the use of 44,000 reusuable cups and the implementation of an event waste minimisation policy, the iconic Brendan Foot Supersite Wellington Round...
30 June 2020
What is quality Physical Education?
Celia Fleck joined us from Sport NZ in our latest webinar to discuss what exactly goes into delivering quality Physical Education for Tamariki. During...
22 June 2020
Interview with Amy May - Wellington Round the Bays Volunteer
When she’s not studying for her Psychology honours, tutoring at Victoria University or tramping, Amy May is a volunteer. Amy is a Wellington local who...