Indicative Timetable for 2021

  • 18-Jan-21
  • News Announcements

Otago Community Trust - Indicative Application Timetable for 2021

The indicative timetable for 2021 is outlined below. The Trust usually takes at least 6 to 8 week to process an application and may not consider applications that need to be confirmed before this time.

Our first Board meeting for 2021 is the 23rd of February. Applications received in December will be considered in February.

If you have a community project and or event to be held in 2021 and would like to discuss it further with the Trust, please contact our team on 0800 10 12 40 or email: info@oct.org.nz

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  • News Media Release

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  • News Media Release

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  • News Announcements

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  • News Media Release

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