Funders and supporters
Arts Access Aotearoa works with individuals and organisations to achieve its objectives. We acknowledge and value the commitment of all our funders, partners and supporters listed on this page.
Arts Access Aotearoa is a registered charitable trust (CC33533) and you can claim a tax credit on any donation of $5 or more. If you would like to help us ensure all people in New Zealand have access to the arts, you can be sure we will use your tax deductible donation wisely.
On this page, we describe some of ways you can support our services and projects. You may also wish to talk to Richard Benge, Executive Director (E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 04 802 4349).
Arts Access Aotearoa receives core funding from Creative New Zealand under its Toi Totara Haemata investment programme.
Arts Access Aotearoa has a contract with the Department of Corrections to support and advise on the arts as a tool in the rehabilitation process of prisoners.
Arts Access Aotearoa has a contract with Manatū Taonga to support the recipients of the Creative Spaces Initiative funding.
Wellington City Council supports us to deliver access to the arts in Wellington City, including the Arts For All Wellington Network.
Auckland Council supports us to deliver access to the arts and culture across the Auckland region.
Ngā Toi Rangatira o Aotearoa Arts Access Fellowships 2022 sponsors
Creative New Zealand sponsored the Whakahoa Kaitoi Te Puna Toi Creative New Zealand Arts For All Fellowship .
The Department of Corrections sponsored the Whakahoa Kaitoi i Te Ara Poutama Arts in Corrections Artist Fellowship.
PAK'nSAVE Lower Hutt and Petone
PAK'nSAVE Lower Hutt and Petone sponsored the Whakahoa Kaitoi Whanaketanga PAK’nSAVE Artist Fellowship.
Holdsworth Charitable Trust
The Holdsworth Charitable Trust sponsored the Whakahoa Whakawatea Kaitoi Tangata Holdsworth Creative Spaces Fellowship.
Flightdec is committed to supporting the disability and arts sectors through its online communities, and provides web services and strategic support to Arts Access Aotearoa.
We are grateful to the following organisations for their ongoing support of Arts Access Aotearoa and its work:
Embracing te ao Māori: Huia O'Sullivan, Executive Director, Ngā Rangatahi Toa, explains why it's important. Watch the video and read an interview
The Arts Access Podcast: Listen to the podcasts, produced by Sam Morgan for Arts Access Aotearoa.
One to watch: Writer and spoken-word poet Helen Vivienne Fletcher performs Stick-abled: video directed, shot and edited by Rajeev Mishra.
Connecting through music: This video was made by Lala Rolls of Island Productions Aotearoa for Arts Access Aotearoa and Chamber Music New Zealand.
Access for all: This video was made by Lala Rolls of Island Productions Aotearoa for Arts Access Aotearoa