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RESOURCING TOOLS. FundView: a searchable resourcing information tool New Zealand’s primary source of resourcing information for community groups and voluntary organisations Lists around 1200 resourcing opportunities - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • RESOURCING TOOLS

  • FundView: a searchable resourcing information toolNew Zealands primary source of resourcing information for community groups and voluntary organisationsLists around 1200 resourcing opportunitiesSources: government, local authorities, trusts statutory, philanthropic trusts and gaming trusts; service and social enterprise organisationsUpdated daily.

  • Mainly grants and funds: do not have to be repaid.Funders: Government; local authorities; philanthropic and gaming trusts; service and social enterprise organisations.Funded activity includes: administration costs, building redevelopment, salaries, volunteer expenses, equipment, furniture.Types of funding

  • Community, sport or voluntary.Groups, teams, organisations and clubs. Apply to different funds according to relevant criteria.Who can apply?

  • Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund: for rural sport clubs and rural school teams with young people 5-19 years who require subsidies to assist with transport expenses to regular local sporting competitions. Guy Waddel Charitable Trust: to assist organisations who provide for the welfare of the elderly within the Southland area, particularly Bluff and Invercargill.Examples

  • Public Access

  • Criteria Search

  • Search Results ListChoose Fund

  • Calendar Search

  • KeywordSearchA-Z Listing SearchAlphabetical List

  • BreakOut: a searchable resourcing information toolFunds for academic study, research, sport, arts, personal and professional development.Lists around 4000 scholarships and grantsUpdated daily with new funds added each week.

  • Types of FundingGrant, Scholarship, FellowshipAwarded based upon criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the fund. Money does not have to be repaid.Funders: Government; local authorities; philanthropic and gaming trusts; service and social enterprise organisations

  • Who can apply?Anyone can apply for funding.Apply to different funds according to criteria that is relevant to you.Most opportunities are for New Zealanders wanting study in New Zealand.Does include some opportunities for New Zealanders wanting to travel and/or study overseas.

  • ExamplesMaxine Scholarship: offers financial assistance to talented young Aucklanders between aged 15-20 for a course of study and/or materials in the areas of education, the arts, dance and drama, music, fashion and sport. AMP Regional Scholarship: rewards those with the courage, passion, determination and commitment to achieve their chosen goal no matter what obstacles lie in their path.

  • Criteria Search

  • KeywordSearchAlphabetical ListCalendar Search

  • Newly Listed Funds

  • Questions?

    FundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYThis presentation introduces the FundView and BreakOut resourcing tools and explains how to use them to your best advantage. www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYCheck FundView regularly as information is added and updated daily. On average 2 new schemes are added each week. Funding Information Service recommends searching FundView at least once every two weeks. Note: printing is not recommended as information is updated daily.

    Group vs Individual ResourcingFundView only lists resourcing options suitable for groups. The groups must be looking for resource for outcomes in sport, arts, community development or another social focus.

    Note: for resourcing options for individual study and personal development see BreakOut.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYGrant: non-repayable funds disbursed by one party (funder) to a recipient. Fund: a sum of money or other resources set aside for a specific purpose.Other fund types you might see in FundView include Award, Programme, Scheme, Scholarship, Social Loan.

    Awarded based on criteria which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the fund.

    Types of Activity Type of activity funded includes (but is not limited to):administration costsbuilding redevelopmentsalariesvolunteer expensesequipment, and furniture.

    FundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nz www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITY Application Criteria could be based on anything relevant to the funder including:RegionPurposeEthnicity/IwiActivity.

    FundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzwww.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITY

    FundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nz www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYPublic access (or insert alternative access information)Find your nearest public library.Go to: www.allaboutfunding.org.nzClick on FundView.Click on: Public Locations Map.Identify location of Library nearest you.

    On your Councils library computer:Search for: FundView.Click on: Search FundView. Log in using your library card number.

    Remote access (delete if not applicable)Ask your local library if they provide remote access via their website. If so:Go to: your Councils library websiteSearch for: FundViewClick on: Search FundView. Log in using your library card number.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITY4 ways of searching for community resources:1. Criteria Search2. Calendar Search

    In A-Z listing: 3. Keyword Search, and4. Alphabetical List.

    Search 1. Criteria SearchIdentify 3 of the 4 search criteria:Location Kaupapa/PurposePeople (add up to two descriptors)Cost/expenses (add up to two descriptors).

    Tick to include national funders in your search to get a broader list. Play around with the search to find more matches. Search for the whole organisation, for individual programmes, and for special projects or events.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYSearch Result ListRead through each short summary to choose potential resourcing options for your organisation/project.

    Click on the fund title to see the full information including:Closing date (some schemes are only open for applications for a limited amount of time) Eligibility criteria: districts the fund is applicable to; purposes funded/not funded; expenses funded/not fundedAbout the fund: history; objectives; funds available; upper limit; funding given in previous year; number of grants given in previous yearApplication process: how to apply; information required; decision process; decision makers; method of notification; how payment is made; reports requiredContact details.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYSearch 2. Calendar Search A list, in date order, of the funds closing within the next 3 months.Funds identified as new are those added to FundView within the last 3 months. The fund itself may not be new. Note: the Calendar Search does not list the schemes that are always open for applications.

    Number of OpportunitiesAt the top of each page in you will find the:total number of resourcing options listednumber of resourcing options open for application.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYA-Z Listing

    Search 3. Keyword SearchUse this search to find funds you know the name of. Note: this searches fund title only, not content.

    Search 4. Alphabetical ListingThis search lists all resourcing opportunities in alphabetical order according to the fund title (not the name of the funder).

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYBreakOut is one of a number of resourcing tools developed and managed by the Funding Information Service.

    Check BreakOut regularly (as least every two weeks) as information is added and updated daily. On average 10 new funds are added each week.

    BreakOut does not hold resourcing information for groups. Try FundView to find funding for community activities.

    www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNITYMay 2014www.allaboutfunding.org.nz info@fis.org.nzFundView and BreakOut Presentation COMMUNIT