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Lottery Grants Board, National
Pacific community groups wanting to strengthen their organisations’ capability and capacity are invited to apply to the Lottery Pacific Provider Development Fund (PPDF) 2006/07 funding round.
The funding round opens on 1 November and closes on 16 March 2007.
Morag Woodley, Secretary of the Lottery Grants Board, said the PPDF was designed to strengthen Pacific community groups’ ability to operate in an effective and accountable way and to improve their access to lottery funding.
Lottery advisors would work closely with groups to help them strengthen their management, governance, and financial skills and resources.
“The PPDF aims to work alongside Pacific community groups in a partnership approach that best enables those groups to succeed,” she said.
Administered by the Department of Internal Affairs, the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board distributes the profits from New Zealand Lotteries.
Lottery funding advisors in 16 regional offices throughout the country can answer questions about applying for lottery funds.
Applications for lottery funding can be made online at www.cdgo.govt.nz or you can request a paper based application form by contacting the Department of Internal Affairs on freephone 0800 824 824.
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