Application Process

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Being a holder of a gaming machine operating licence advises that it has funds available for distribution in accordance with its authorised purposes for the benefit of the local community.

An application for a grant must be made on the correct form which can be obtained by writing to the Trust or from the site at the Whitehouse Tavern situated at Dumas Place, Papakura or download from this website.

Incomplete or incorrect applications will not be considered.

Further notice is given that the Trusts Net Proceeds Committee proposes to consider grants for distribution on the 29th June 2016. Grants will be considered in accordance with the Trusts grant criteria. A resume of such criteria being:-

  1. Comply with the Department of Internal Affairs definition of authorised purposes
  2. Papakura community based organisations
  3. Correctly incorporated and administered organisations
  4. Purposes of grants should generally provide the community with some ongoing benefit.
  5. The applicants need for funding and other funding access will be taken into account.
    The Net Proceeds Committee considering the grants are:-

S.M Collins
R.W Thrupp
B.J Rhodes

Any persons having any complaint with regards to the distribution of proceeds by the Whitehouse Tavern Trust should detail such complaint in writing to the Chairman of the Trust.
S.M Collins
P.O. Box 72-554

The Net Proceeds Committee who meet to consider grant applications and a brief summary of their background are as follows: -
Samuel Michael Collins - Bulding Contractor of Onehunga
Ross William Thrupp:- Company Director of Takanini
B.J Rhodes:- Radar Operator of Takanini

In the event that any application or member of the public generally has any complaint with regard to the distribution of funds then such complaint should be forwarded in writing for the attention of the Chairman of Trustees at the mail address P.O.Box 72-554, Papakura. All such written requests will be immediately acknowledged and in due course the result of the chairman's review and determination relative to the complaint will be communicated to the complainant writing.