Trust Waikato Strategic Plan

Our vision is for resilient and vibrant Waikato communities

Ko tō mātou moemoea kia tipu, kia hua ngā hāpori

Our mission is to invest wisely, and to donate effectively

Ko tō mātou whāinga kia tika te whakatipu rawa, ā, kia pai tōna tohatoha


Community Waikato runs workshops throughout the year which cover funding, health and safety, legal education, governance, marketing and more. To register for a workshop you can visit their training page.

Annual Report 2016-2017


We’re delighted to present the 28th Annual Report of Trust Waikato and share with you our work over this past year.

Logo and Branding

This is a guide on how you might choose to acknowledge a Trust Waikato grant.  There are a number of options available, and it is up to your organisation to choose the best fit for your purpose.

Please do...

Ways you could recognise a grant from Trust Waikato include acknowledgments via:

  • Newsletters
  • Websites
  • Annual reports
  • Media releases
  • Social media – this is our Facebook page.
  • Printed materials
  • Events

Please don't... 

We would prefer that as much of your grant as possible goes towards your group's purpose and activities. Please don't send us certificates, gifts, awards or framed pictures.  We would like to work with you to increase awareness of the positive imact your group is having.  Sharing your images and videos with us is the most effective way we can do this.

Images and video

You can send footage and photos of your activity by mentioning Trust Waikato on Facebook, or by emailing our Communications Manager, natalie@trustwaikato.co.nz

We can then share this with our staff, trustees and social media channels.

Trust Waikato logos

You can download the full range of logos here. Colour, black and white, and high-resolution versions are available.

Flags and banners

Trust Waikato has flags and banners available on loan for display use. Contact the Communications Manager, natalie@trustwaikato.co.nz to discuss these options and book a flag or banner.

Treasures of the Waikato

This book outlines and contains all the art in the Trust Waikato Art and Taonga Collection, which is now housed and cared for by Waikato Museum.

Meeting Rooms Unavailable

The Trust Waikato meeting rooms are temporarily unavailable for use.  We look forward to opening these to community groups again in the near future.  Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

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