Capability Fund 2020 Closing date: 16 Oct 2020

This newly established Capability Fund is designed to support organisations to address immediate organisational needs and to help stabilise and increase the sustainability of their businesses in response to the impacts of the COVID-19 environment.

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Funding recipients

Artspace Aotearoa Trust

Towards strategy capability development.

This content is tagged as Visual arts .

AWARDED: $26,750

Auckland Festival Trust

Towards research on the impact of COVID-19 on audience behaviour.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $29,300

Bats Theatre Limited

Towards developing an intercultural policy and organisational hauora capability training.

This content is tagged as Interarts .

AWARDED: $20,000

Capital E - Live

Towards an impact strategy and framework for young theatre audiences.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $30,000

Chamber Music New Zealand

Towards updating their funding strategy.

This content is tagged as Music .

AWARDED: $29,945

Christchurch Arts Festival

Towards business planning and audience engagement support.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $27,500

Footnote Dance Trust

Towards cultural competency training.

This content is tagged as Dance .

AWARDED: $28,100

Kahurangi NZ Maori Dance Trust

To develop an income diversification strategy.

This content is tagged as Ngā toi Māori .

AWARDED: $30,000

Kia Mau Festival

Towards governance strategy and policy development.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $30,000

New Zealand Dance Company

Towards cultural competency capability.

This content is tagged as Dance .

AWARDED: $29,405

New Zealand Opera Limited

Towards cultural competency capability.

This content is tagged as Interarts .

AWARDED: $13,920

NZTrio Foundation

Towards financial management capability.

This content is tagged as Music .

AWARDED: $1,630

Objectspace

Towards revising a fundraising and engagement strategy due to COVID-19.

This content is tagged as Craft/object .

AWARDED: $30,000

Orchestras Central

Towards developing a Te Ao Māori strategy.

This content is tagged as Music .

AWARDED: $3,000

Playmarket Incorporated

Towards the second phase of strategic planning.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $10,500

Red Leap Theatre Charitable Trust

Towards a dispute resolution policy.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $14,600

Silo Theatre Trust

Towards Artistic Leadership support.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $30,000

Tauranga Arts Festival

Towards strategic planning.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $14,960

Te Pou Theatre

Towards cultural competency training.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $29,845

The Basement Theatre Trust

Towards evaluation capacity building.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $28,000

The Big Idea - Te Aria Nui Charitable Trust

Towards digital marketing capability.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $26,750

The Black Grace Trust

Towards the development of a supporter engagement strategy.

This content is tagged as Dance .

AWARDED: $30,000

The Court Theatre Trust

Towards the development of a communications plan.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $25,605

The Massive Company Trust

Towards physical and mental health first aid training.

This content is tagged as Theatre .

AWARDED: $5,227

The Pantograph Punch

Towards income diversification support.

This content is tagged as Literature .

AWARDED: $29,816

Toi Ngāpuhi

Towards developing a communications strategy.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $6,770

Touch Compass Dance Trust

Towards governance capability.

This content is tagged as Dance .

AWARDED: $19,745

WAITI Productions Ltd

Towards audience research.

This content is tagged as Multi-disciplinary .

AWARDED: $26,500

Word Christchurch

Towards database management support.

This content is tagged as Literature .

AWARDED: $14,445