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Funding Local Sport

The Hillary Commission's Community Sport Fund provided funding to sports clubs in 1999-2000 through the following local authorities. Rural district councils receive a guaranteed minimum of $22,000 to enable them to meet the special needs of their community clubs:

Local Authority Total
Funding Local Sport
  • Auckland City Council
  • $464,817
  • Christchurch City Council
  • $396,921
  • Manukau City Council
  • $340,833
  • North Shore City Council
  • $228,411
  • Waitakere City Council
  • $205,902
  • Wellington City Council
  • $204,057
  • Dunedin City Council
  • $147,600
  • Hamilton City Council
  • $142,311
  • Lower Hutt City Council
  • $121,155
  • Tauranga District Council
  • $104,550
  • Palmerston North City Council
  • $92,250
  • Rodney District Council
  • $88,929
  • Whangarei District Council
  • $85,731
  • New Plymouth District Council
  • $84,501
  • Hastings District Council
  • $83,886
  • Rotorua District Council
  • $82,656
  • Far North District Council
  • $79,937
  • Napier City Council
  • $67,527
  • Invercargill City Council
  • $63,837
  • Franklin District Council
  • $63,222
  • Porirua City Council
  • $58,671
  • Gisborne District Council
  • $57,441
  • Wanganui District Council
  • $55,719
  • Timaru District Council
  • $52,644
  • Papakura District Council
  • $51,168
  • Nelson City Council
  • $50,922
  • Waikato District Council
  • $49,938
  • Kapiti Coast District Council
  • $49,815
  • Waipa District Council
  • $49,323
  • Marlborough District Council
  • $48,831
  • Tasman District Council
  • $48,708
  • Western Bay of Plenty District
  • $46,371
  • Upper Hutt City Council
  • $46,002
  • Southland District Council
  • $43,758
  • Waimakariri District Council
  • $42,681
  • Whakatane District Council
  • $41,943
  • Taupo District Council
  • $39,852
  • Horowhenua District Council
  • $37,638
  • Matamata-Piako District Council
  • $36,654
  • South Taranaki District Council
  • $35,424
  • Manawatu District Council
  • $35,178
  • Selwyn District Council
  • $32,964
  • Thames-Coromandel District Council
  • $32,349
  • Ashburton District Council
  • $31,488
  • South Waikato District Council
  • $30,750
  • Masterton District Council
  • $28,290
  • Waitaki District Council
  • $26,445
  • Tararua District Council
  • $23,124
  • Clutha District Council
  • $22,448
  • Banks Peninsula District Council
  • $22,000
  • Buller District Council
  • $22,000
  • Carterton District Council
  • $22,000
  • Central Hawkes Bay District Council
  • $22,000
  • Central Otago District Council
  • $22,000
  • Gore District Council
  • $22,000
  • Grey District Council
  • $22,000
  • Hauraki District Council
  • $22,000
  • Hurunui District Council
  • $22,000
  • Kaikoura District Council
  • $22,000
  • Kaipara District Council
  • $22,000
  • Kawerau District Council
  • $22,000
  • Mackenzie District Council
  • $22,000
  • Opotiki District Council
  • $22,000
  • Otorohanga District Council
  • $22,000
  • Queenstown Lakes District Council
  • $22,000
  • Rangitikei District Council
  • $22,000
  • Ruapehu District Council
  • $22,000
  • South Wairarapa District Council
  • $22,000
  • Stratford District Council
  • $22,000
  • Waimate District Council
  • $22,000
  • Wairoa District Council
  • $22,000
  • Waitomo District Council
  • $22,000
  • Westland District Council
  • $22,000
  • Chatham Island County Council
  • $10,000
    Total   $4,893,572

    Criteria
    Non-profit organisations can apply for Community Sport Funding through local authorities. New Zealand-based projects with a sport, fitness and leisure component are eligible so long as the organisation can contribute a significant part of the total cost. Coach and volunteer training that will benefit young participants is the priority of the fund. Clubs wanting to form a close sporting link with one or more schools are particularly welcome to apply.

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    Funding National Sports Organisations

    The Hillary Commission funds over 100 national sport and active-leisure bodies through direct grants and the New Zealand Sports Foundation (which distributes our high-performance funds). Thousands of clubs also receive grants from the Community Sport Fund (through local authorities).

    Click here for the Funding National Sports Organisations table

    Grants for disabled sport allied to a particular code, such as Wheelchair Basketball, are included with that item (in this case, basketball).


    Statement of Financial Performance

    for the year ended 30 June 2000

    1998-1999
    ACTUAL
    $ 000s
      $ 000s 1999-2000
    ACTUAL
    $ 000s
    1999-2000
    BUDGET
    $ 000s
      Revenue      
    3,000 Government Grant   3,388 2,500
    27,000 NZ Lottery Grants Board   27,080 27,080
    3,782 NZ Lottery Grants Board Sport 2000 Fund   3,807 3,807
    200 Interest   230 200
    1,317 Miscellaneous Income   1,280 225

    $35,299
       
    $35,785

    $33,812
      Less Expenditure      
             
      Sport Development      
    5,649 National Sports Development Grants 5,653   5,700
    816 International Events 622   450
    2,304 Regional Sports Development Grants 2,321   2,304
    655 Coaching 350   295
    1,206 Policy Advice & Contract Support 908   930
    79 Special Projects 110   100

    10,709
     
     
    9,964
    9,779
      Active Living      
    1,240 Regional Participation Projects 1,240   1,243
    679 He Oranga Poutama 492   320
    917 Push Play & Green Prescriptions 1,358   998
    4,885 Community Sports Fund 4,919   4,917
    898 Policy advice & contract support 910   937

    8,619
     
     
    8,919
    8,415
      Junior Sport      
    2,516 Regional Contracts 2,647   2,633
    851 Promotion, Policy Advice & Contract Support 741   693

    3,367
     
     
    3,388
    3,326
      High Performance      
    6,500 NZ Sports Foundation 6,888   6,000
    4,300 Sports 2000 4,027   4,027

    10,800
     
     
    10,915
    10,027
             
    2,736 Corporate Services   2,543 2,852
             

    $36,231
    Total Expenditure  
    $35,729

    $34,399
    ($932)
    Net Surplus / (Deficit) for the Year   $56
    ($587)

    The full Financial Statements along with the notes can be viewed in our published 1999-2000 Annual Report E-32. The above statement differs from the statement published in our Annual Report E-32, in that Corporate Services' costs have not been re-allocated across programmes.

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