Trust supports Ranui House expansion
The Bone Marrow Cancer Trust’s new $12 million Ranui House expansion in Christchurch received a notable funding boost from the latest round of grants from the Otago Community Trust.
Otago Community Trust has been moving towards ways to create impact for young people through funding mechanisms.
The Trust has long identified youth development as a priority funding area for our region. Over time, our focus on youth has developed, refined and evolved, and in 2017 we positioned Youth Health, Wellbeing and Employment as a key Funding for Change strategic priority.
In early 2019, we commissioned Mātāwai Consultancy and Gemma Griffin Consultancy to undertake research into the sector.
This research was undertaken to help trustees gain a clearer understanding of who and what Otago Community Trust has been funding, and what real outcomes have been generated for the region’s young people and their families as a result of this funding. Otago Community Trust wishes to be bolder and more strategic to meet the areas of most need.
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We hope our Impact for Otago Youth report provides you with valuable insights into how we may fund change and improve the wellbeing of our youth in the future.