unconfirmedCommunity Investment Funding Panel Minutes - 5 October 2018

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Community Investment Funding Panel

Held in the Ruma Marama, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

On Friday 5 October 2018, commencing at 9.30a.m.

 

Present:               Member R Ball (Chairperson), G Thomas, S Hawthorne and K Steele

In Attendance:     Manager Community Partnerships (M Preston-Thomas), Community Contracts Adviser (N Gausel) and Governance Support (K McLean)

Apologies :           Rachel Saunders (Member), Hannah Johnson and Anna Fay (Co-opted Members)  

1.          Apologies

 

Resolved CIF/2018/011

That the Community Investment Funding Panel

Receives and accepts the apologies from Rachel Saunders, Hannah Johnson and Anna Fay for attendance.

Ball/Hawthorne                                                                               Carried

 

2.       Confirmation of Order of Business

          There was no change to the order of business.

3.       Interests

There were no updates to the Interest Register. The following interests with items on the agenda were declared and the members took no part in the discussion or decision for the relevant items:

 

·        Katy Steele - 6.11 - Neighbourhood Support, 6.36 - Volunteer Nelson and 6.1 - Adult Learning Support

 

·        Susan Hawthorne - 6.13 - Nelson Enterprise Loans Trust

4.       Confirmation of Minutes

4.1       29 June 2018

Document number M3592, agenda pages 5 - 14 refer.

Resolved CIF/2018/012

That the Community Investment Funding Panel

Confirms the minutes of the meeting of the Community Investment Funding Panel, held on 29 June 2018, as a true and correct record.

Steele/Thomas                                                                     Carried

  

5.       2018/19 Community Investment Fund Grant Allocation Additional Information

Document number R9730, agenda pages 15 - 23 refer.

Community Contracts Adviser, Nicola Gausel, presented an overview of applications and noted the total fund for disbursement was $50,000.

Resolved CIF/2018/013

That the Community Investment Funding Panel

Receives the report 2018/19 Community Investment Fund Grant Allocation Additional Information (R9730) and its attachments (A2059246, A1901972).

Hawthorne/Steele                                                                           Carried

 

 

6.       2018/19 Community Investment Funding Grant Allocation

 

Document number R9719, agenda pages 24 - 25 refer.

6.1 Adult Learning Support Nelson Incorporated – request $2,500

Katy Steele had declared an interest in item 6.1 and sat back from the table.

 

 

Community Contracts Adviser, Nicola Gausel, tabled feedback from co-opted member Hannah Johnson A2073159. 

 

 

Attachments

1    A2073159 - Completed Funding Recommendations 2018

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.

6.2 Age Concern Nelson Tasman Incorporated – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.

5.3 All Saints Anglican Church, Nelson – request $2,000

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $1,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.

6.4 Alzheimer’s Society Nelson Incorporated – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.

6.5 Beneficiaries and Unwaged Workers Trust – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the project does not align closely with the priorities and funding criteria.

6.6 Collaborate – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application does not align closely with the priorities and funding criteria.

6.7 Empowerment Trust – request $2,250

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.8 Epilepsy Association of New Zealand – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.9 Health Action Trust (Nelson) – request $2,200

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.10 Life Linc Nelson Incorporated – request $2,040

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.11 Neighbourhood Support Nelson – request $1,500

Katy Steele had declared an interest in item 6.11 and sat back from the table abstaining from discussion on this item.

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $1,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget. 

6.12 Nelson Community Toy Library – request $2,000

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $1,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.13 Nelson Enterprise Loan Trust – request $2,500

Susan Hawthorne had declared an interest in item 6.13 and sat back from the table.

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application did not align closely with the priorities and funding criteria.

6.14 Nelson Community Foodbank Trust – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.15 Nelson Multicultural Council – request $15,000

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application did not align closely with the priorities and funding criteria.

6.16 Nelson Tasman Filipino Community Incorporated – request $2,000

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000. 

6.17 Nelson Tasman Pasifika Community Trust (umbrella 1) – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.18 Nelson Tasman Pasifika Community Trust (umbrella 2) – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.19 Nelson Tasman Youth Workers Collective – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.20 Nelson Women’s Refuge – request $2,000

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000.

6.21 Nelson Women’s Support Incorporated – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

The meeting adjourned from 10.45 a.m. until 11 a.m.  

6.22 Parent to Parent Nelson - request $2,000

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000.

6.23 People First New Zealand, Nga Tangata Tuatahi – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application did not demonstrate the applicants ability to deliver the service.

6.24 Perinatal Support Nelson Incorporated – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.25 Q-Youth Incorporated – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis of limited funds available and the fund was highly contested.

6.26 Safeguarding Children – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.27 Silas House Nelson – request $2,000

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application did not demonstrate the applicants ability to deliver the service.

6.28 St John Area Committee Nelson – request $1,000

Manager Community Partnerships, Mark Preston–Thomas, declared an interest in item 6.28 and sat back from the table.

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $1,000.

6.29 Stoke School – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis that the application did not align closely with the priorities and funding criteria. 

6.30 Tahunanui Community Centre Incorporated – request $2,500

It was agreed that the application be declined on the basis of limited funds available and the fund was highly contested.

6.31 The Brain Injury Association (Nelson) Incorporated – request  $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.32 The Nelson Ark - request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.33 The White House Incorporated – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

6.34 Victim Support in Nelson (NZ Council of Victim Support) – request $2,500

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.   

6.35 Victory Community Centre – request $2,100

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget and noting that funding was subject to a signed Memorandum of Understanding between Victory Primary School and Baby Focus, that was included as an attachment in their application.

6.36 Volunteer Nelson – request $2,060

Katy Steele had declared an interest in item 6.36 and sat back from the table.

The Panel agreed to provide a grant of $2,000, noting that demand for funding exceeded the available budget.  

 

Resolved CIF/2018/014

That the Community Investment Funding Panel

Receives the report 2018/19 Community Investment Funding Grants Allocation  (R9719) and its attachment (A1833444); and

Approves funding for the Community Investment Fund agreement applications as agreed at this meeting and subject to confirmation of the attachment A1833444.

Hawthorne/Thomas                                                              Carried

       

 

 

There being no further business the meeting ended at 12.19 p.m.

 

Confirmed as a correct record of proceedings:

 

 

 

                                                         Chairperson                                    Date