Since 2002, Kiwis for Kiwi has allocated over $8M in conservation funding from The Kiwi Trust to help save kiwi in New Zealand. If your community group works towards saving kiwi, you could be eligible for kiwi conservation funding from The Kiwi Trust, so apply for a grant today.
Where does Kiwis for kiwi funding come from?
At Kiwis for kiwi, our number one priority is to keep supporting the huge amount of kiwi conservation underway in New Zealand by funding projects through the money we make from donations and sponsorships to The Kiwi Trust. Find out more about our Sponsors, or make a Donation online today.
Who can apply for kiwi conservation funding?
All community-based kiwi conservation groups, universities and recognised research facilities can apply for funding from The Kiwi Trust, as long as they meet our terms and conditions.
Is your group eligible for a kiwi conservation grant?
Find out whether the conservation work your group does meets Kiwis for kiwi funding criteria.
How to apply for kiwi conservation funding
Read a brief introduction on how to apply for Kiwis for kiwi funding.
Applications open each year on 2nd March, and close on 6th April. The funding period is from 1st July through to 30th June of the following year. All work must be completed during this time. Invoices before the funding year starts and after it has closed will not be accepted.
Applications are assessed by the Kiwi Recovery Group, which makes recommendations to The Kiwi Trust trustees. Trustees approve the final allocations, and these are announced in late June each year.
Why we fund the work we do
Kiwis for kiwi have some guiding purposes and priorities for the work we fund.
2019/20 funding allocations
In July 2019, The Kiwi Trust announced it was allocating more than $600,000 to kiwi projects for the 2019/20 year.
Since 2002, more than $8.3 million New Zealand dollars have been allocated to community projects and research.