Find out how the New Zealand Disaster Fund is being spent to support communities affected by Cyclone Gabrielle and the January and February severe weather events.

New Zealand Disaster Fund – the numbers

We have committed the full $28.5 million – including all interest earned – to initiatives supporting people affected by the cyclone and other severe weather events.

The Fund received approximately $27.5 million in donations, and nearly $750,000 in interest. 

Partnership Grants Programme 

This programme provided funds to community organisations and other entities supporting community recovery.

  • Total approximate spent or committed: $15 million
  • Total Grants approved: 166 

See a breakdown of the Partnership Grants Programme spend-to-date

Response and Recovery Programme

This programme supported our immediate emergency response and is helping communities recover by providing goods, services, and people. It also includes the Red Cross Home Bundles programme now underway.  

Equipment: Providing goods and materials to support community response and recovery. For example, generators, first aid kits, dehumidifiers, water blasters or clean-up kits.

New Zealand Red Cross response: For example, providing free psychosocial training to communities, travel and equipment for Disaster Welfare and Support Team members to support local Civil Defence Emergency Management Group requirements.  

Red Cross Home Bundles: Providing new basic furniture and homewares to households in need. The programme is underway in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, Tairāwhiti and Hawke's Bay.

  • Total approximate spent or committed: $7 million
  • People trained in Psychological First Aid: 1,001 people in 81 courses
  • Home Bundles: $6 million

Learn more about the Home Bundles programme

Learn more about our impact

Resilience Investment Programme

This programme is providing funding to help affected communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from future emergencies and disasters as the impacts of climate change grow.  

Community resilience: community grants to support work in four areas, shelter, power, communications and welfare support. Shelter includes things like stretchers and bedding; power includes generators, battery banks and solar panels; communications includes satellite connections and emergency radios while welfare support includes first aid training and equipment and psychological first aid. 

New Zealand Red Cross Disaster Response Capability: increasing our ability to assist communities in future disasters. For example, increasing the number of Disaster Welfare Support Teams in Auckland, providing updated communications and health and safety equipment.  

  • Total approximate spent or committed: $6.5 million

Partnership Grants Programme spend

8 August to 9 February


Region Amount Purpose

D Vine Restaurant

Hawke's Bay $19,500 Weekly community gatherings and providing food for those in need around Esk Valley.

Puhoi Sports Club Incorporated

Auckland $20,100 Repairing flood-damaged facilities.

Tuck Civil Services Ltd

Hawke's Bay $25,000 Helping clear access and stablilising properties in the Dartmoor community.
Wairoa District Council Wairoa $5,836 Funding for short-term accommodation for displaced persons pets.

25 July to 7 August


Region Amount Purpose

Auckland Council 

Auckland $2,000,000 Disaster fund supporting individuals, couples, families and community groups experiencing hardship and loss resulting from Auckland’s multiple weather events.

Kōtuku Creative

Hawke's Bay $40,000 Supporting the Wairoa community flood recovery efforts.

Ngati Tamaoho

Auckland $146,495 Replacement of equipment destroyed in flooding and supporting early recovery, emergency accommodation.


Hawke's Bay $100,000 Clean up and restoration of the Omahu Marae and surrounding community. Supporting families into transitional or permanent housing.
Ruapekapeka Hapaitia Northland $48,880 Generators for elderly and those with high medical needs to cope with sustained power outages.
Tuhirangi Trust Hawke's Bay $25,000 Supporting basic needs and community wellbeing for affected community members, and establishing a tool library for clean-up.

12 July to 24 July


Region Amount Purpose

Kia Kaha Karekare

Auckland $50,000 Food and petrol vouchers for households with red and yellow stickered properties, funding for school and community hub.

Tāmaki Ki Te Tonga Māori Wardens Association

Auckland $40,000 Food parcels, household care packs, personal hygiene kits.

The Evergreen Foundation

Hawke's Bay $100,000 Clean up assistance and psychological support in rural areas.

28 June to 11 July

Organisation Region Amount Purpose
Bellyful New Zealand Trust All affected areas $15,000 Producing ready to eat meals for affected whānau.
Central Hawke’s Bay Parenting Services Hawke's Bay $50,000 Providing the “LionHeartprogramme for tamariki to learn to cope with traumatic events through creative play.
Evolution Enterprises Limited Hawke's Bay $32,840 Maintenance and repair for clean-up machinery.
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Hawke's Bay $1,000,000 Funding for Hawke’s Bay Disaster Relief Trust for individual grants. 
Housing Emergency Aotearoa All affected areas $100,000 Container homes for families in need.
Huiterangiora Foundation Tairāwhiti $35,000 Covering costs such as petrol, tools for clean-up and damage repair crew.
Ladies Who Lawn Limited Auckland $15,000 Supporting clean-up.
New Zealand Red Cross Auckland $185,000 Local coordination, delivery and support for partnership grants, and other on-the- ground assistance in affected communities. 
Tairāwhiti Marae Tairāwhiti $245,500  Repairs and rebuilding of four marae.
Waitakere Indian Association Auckland $21,000 Providing free hot meals to affected people.
WH Contracting Services Ltd Hawke's Bay $20,000 Helping families recover and rebuild.
YES Disability Resource Centre Services Trust Auckland $30,000 Supporting people with disabilities and building community connections.

16 to 27 June 2023





Aotearoa Africa Foundation  Auckland  $30,000  Home clean-up, wellbeing checks and food support. 
Auckland Central Māori Wardens Incorporated Charitable Trust  Auckland $50,000 Food parcels, household care packs, hygiene kits, temporary water supply. 
Gisborne Tairāwhiti Farming Recovery Fund (Matai Medical Institute) Tairāwhiti $50,000 Easing repair and recovery costs for farmers.
Hikurangi Enterprises  Tairāwhiti  $6,000 Temporary accommodation. 
HNK Trust Hawke's Bay $50,000 Tool library for the Omahu, Moteo and Waiohiki areas. 
KD Partnership Hawke's Bay $25,000 Continuing clean-up work in smaller areas. 
Kidnnections Charitable Trust Hawke's Bay $5,000 Providing a safe and neutral space for kids to meet their whānau
Meat the Need All affected areas $50,000 Food supply.
Moteo Marae  Hawke's Bay $100,000 Restoring marae.
MPHS Community Trust  Auckland $50,000 Temporary housing and support for 120 community members who were cared for at the community-led emergency hub.
Omakere School  Hawke's Bay $29,000 Replacing lost equipment in play areas. 
ONE Voice Community Services Trust  Hawke's Bay $47,600 Temporary accommodation caravan and vouchers for clothing, linen and kitchenware. 
ONE Voice Community Services Trust  Hawke's Bay $123,500 Clean-up program and community mental health support. 
Pakowhai Community Cyclone Recovery Committee   Hawke's Bay $100,000 Clean-up of homes with limited insurance. 
Paw Justice Charitable Trust  All affected areas   $5,000 Pet food for affected families.  
Piha Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated  Auckland $5,177 Generator.  
New Zealand Red Cross Hawke's Bay $185,000 Local coordination, delivery and support for partnership grants, and other on-the- ground assistance in affected communities. 
Puketawai Marae  Tairāwhiti   $98,930 Replacing damaged equipment and recovery supplies for marae.  
Rotorua Whakaora  Bay of Plenty $40,000 Resume transporting food to organisations that are feeding 3,000-4,000 people every week. 
Te Roopu Whakamana Charitable Trust  Northland $65,000 Community transport and mental wellbeing. 
TPB Services Ltd  Hawke's Bay $10,000 Machine repair to continue clean-up. 
Wairoa Pony Club Inc   Hawke's Bay $1,200 Community connectedness. 
Wharariki (Flax) Trust Hawke's Bay $40,000 Firewood for affected families.

1 to 15 June 2023


Region Amount Purpose

Big Brothers and Sisters of Hawke’s Bay

Hawke's Bay  $19,200  Mental health and wellbeing. 

Cyclone (VIV) Taskforce

Hawke's Bay $4,000  Petrol vouchers for volunteers. 

Gregory Earthmoving Ltd 

Hawke's Bay $20,000  Clear access ways to farms and help repair water systems. 

Hawke’s Bay Children’s Holding Trust

Hawke's Bay  $7,000  Psychosocial support expected to reach 500 whānau, food vouchers, and booklets for children. 

Hawke’s Bay Fruit Growers’ Association Charitable Trust 

Hawke's Bay  $100,000 Immediate needs such as shelter, food, water and warmth, mental health and wellbeing and bringing affected communities together.

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council 

Hawke's Bay  $1,000,000  Funding to Hawke’s Bay Disaster Relief Trust.

Hawke's Bay Cyclone Housing Help

Hawke's Bay  $32,000  Assist with the clearing and cleaning up of properties.

Hidden Figures 

Hawke's Bay $25,000  To support at least 200 whānau with food vouchers.

Korokipo Neighbourhood Cyclone Support Group

Hawke's Bay $15,000  Restoration of community water supply and electricity. 

Ngāti Pāhauwera Incorporated Society

Tairāwhiti Gisborne  $50,000  Repair the weir and damaged water suppy.

New Zealand Red Cross

Tairāwhiti Gisborne $185,000 Local coordination, delivery and support for partnership grants, and other on-the- ground assistance in affected communities. 

Ngunguru Marae Trust

Northland $50,000  Resources for marae that was used as an evacuation hub. 

Out House Loos

Hawke's Bay $4,000 Providing toilets for volunteers and clean-up crews. 

Pick Hawke’s Bay Incorporated

Hawke's Bay  $20,000  Helping clean up in badly affected orchards. 

Pongaroa Early Years Preschool

Tararua $10,000  Financial support for preschool to help affected families.

Quin Buildings 

Hawke's Bay  $32,100 Rural community clean up. 

The River of Silt Clean Up Crew 

Hawke's Bay $713   First aid kits.

Sea’s Up

Hawke's Bay $11,000  Petrol vouchers and damaged generator for food service. 

Sir John Kirwan Foundation

All affected regions $164,250  Mental wellbeing for young people. 

Taihoa Marae

Hawke's Bay $100,000  Building repairs. 

Takitimu Performing Arts School Trust 

Hawke's Bay $19,620  Winter packs for affected whānau.

Takiwatanga Sanctuary Trust 

Auckland/Waikato $8,000  Help animals displaced by the cylone into foster homes. 
The Little Decant NZ Northland $8,000  Emergency accommodation for displaced whānau.
The Nest Collective NZ Charitable Trust  All affected areas $35,000 Baby essentials for cyclone-affected families. 
Tutira Early Childhood Centre  Hawke's Bay $20,000 Help rebuild damaged childhood centre.
Whakapara Marae Trust Northland $50,000 Community response centre.

May 2023





Acrnr Limited


Hawke’s Bay


$25,000  Funding for clearing flood debris and making properties safe and secure

Age Concern Napier

Hawke’s Bay

$50,000  Food, clothing bedding and temporary accommodation for older people.
Ahuriri Tributaries Catchment Group Trust Hawke’s Bay   $8,300 Seminar evenings for community wellbeing.

Akerama Marae 


Northland    $31,997  Repair wharekai, remove debris, and replace chiller.

Ascende Global Trust


Hawke’s Bay   $37,000 Clean-up assistance and providing food and hygiene products.

Babystart Charitable Trust

Gisborne & Hawke’s Bay  $16,000  Infant and maternal care packages for affected families.

Baderdrive Community Trust

Auckland   $160,000 Doctors doing home visits to affected families in Mangere. 
Barnardos New Zealand All affected areas   $65,918 Supporting mental wellbeing of affected children.
Barnardos New Zealand Tairāwhiti Gisborne   $30,000 Survival kits and food vouchers for families. 

Basketball HB

Hawke’s Bay   $15,000 Subsidy for affected communities.

Bay View Community Charitable Trust Incorporated

Hawke’s Bay   $50,000 Funding for community cleanup tools.
Breckenridge Water Company Hawke’s Bay   $50,000 Repairing water pumps for 22 houses.

Buzzy Bee Trust


Hawke’s Bay   $7,500 Mental health and community wellbeing.

Citizens Advice Bureau Napier Inc

 Hawke’s Bay  $10,000  Community support.

Coromandel Independent Living Trust



$70,000  Purchase of a van to provide isolated people with community transport services.
Debt Relief Foundation All affected areas  $70,000 Increase capacity to respond to affected communities.

Diocese of Waiapu, Taradale Anglican Church

Hawke’s Bay  $20,000 Community clean up.

Elite Finishes Contracting

Hawke’s Bay  $50,000  Cleanup and removal of silt for 200 families.

Engage Community Trust

Hawke’s Bay   $32,500 Funding towards counselling, volunteer expenses and equipment purchases for cleanup.
Epic Ministries Inc Hawke’s Bay  $105,250 Repairing damaged homes.
Esk Valley Hub Hawke’s Bay  $50,000 Community clean up.
Esk Valley Hub Hawke's Bay $93,100 Temporary accommodation.

Federated Farmers

All affected areas

$250,000  Supporting Farmy Army volunteering, for the wellbeing and recovery of rural communities.

Give a Kid a Blanket


Auckland  $30,000  Bedding, warm clothing, food and toiletries for affected families. 

Hastings Hibernian Sports Club

Hawke’s Bay $3,000  Community wellbeing.

HB Clean Up Crew


Hawke’s Bay  $36,603 Funding for new tools and equipment, fuel, diggers and truck hire for the cleanup team.

Heart Psychological Assessment & Treatment Services Ltd / HEART Collective

All affected areas


$50,000  Professional mental health and wellbeing support.

Heretaunga Women's Centre

Hawke’s Bay


Counselling for vulnerable women.

Hookmade Ltd

Hawke’s Bay


Clean-up crews and related expenses.

Karekare Surf Lifesaving Club Inc

Auckland  $30,758 Generator. 

Kindness Collective Foundation

All affected areas  $100,000 Winter clothing, food, toiletries, whiteware, baby essentials, and school uniforms for affected families. 


All affected areas  $50,000  Food support. 

Ko Wai Tōu Ingoa Hauora Charitable Trust

Hawke’s Bay  $5,000 Community meals and transport.

Life Education Trust



Tairāwhiti Gisborne  $16,000  Providing Life Education programmes in Tairawhiti and Wairoa for primary and intermediate schools, kura and some secondary schools.

Love Soup Charitable Trust


Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne  $28,987  Purchasing food and supplies for those that are directly impacted or helping with the cleanup. 
Mana Mentoring Youth & Community Trust All affected areas  $50,000  Helping whanau deal with mental health challenges.

Manawa Ora Hawke's Bay Trust

Hawke’s Bay  $50,000  Temporary accommodation.

Maraenui Rugby & Sports Association Incorporated

Hawke’s Bay  $25,000  Restoring club operations and reinstating activities.

Matakohe Community Group

Northland   $3,000 Generators. 

Mates of Hawke's Bay Charitable Trust

Hawke’s Bay   $200,000 Free mental health programmes. 

MSFT Productions

Hawke’s Bay  $60,000  Community wellbeing events. 

Mt Erin Group Ltd


Hawke’s Bay   $20,000 Clean up tools and mental health support for apple growers.

Muriwai Community Recovery Charitable Trust

Auckland  $50,000 Funding to purchase food and petrol vouchers for affected people. 

Napier Family Centre 

Hawke’s Bay  $100,000  Family and wellbeing support.

Napier Free Kindergarten Association

Hawke’s Bay


Emotional wellbeing for teachers and tamariki.

Napier Meats Limited Hawke’s Bay  $40,000  Providing food to the community. 




Hawke’s Bay  $42,000 Psychosocial support for the Hawke’s Bay region through a Māori and Pasifika lens through free mental health workshops. 

Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated

Hawke’s Bay  $25,000  To support a community event for community resilience.

Ngati Kere Pōrangahau Flood Response

Hawke’s Bay  $50,000

Temporary housing and food for displaced community.


Nga Purapura Watene Mauri O Te Roopu Kotahi Incorporated

All affected areas  $50,000  Food parcels, household care packs, hygiene kits, access to temporary water. 

Ngā Toi Hawke's Bay

Hawke’s Bay  $32,240  Cleanup tools and supplies and well-being support.
Nurturing Families Auckland  $48,000  Assistance for affected families. 

Omaha Marae Trust

Northland  $50,000 

Building repairs, replacing mattresses, and water filtration system. 

One Voice Community Services Trust Hawke’s Bay  $50,000  Providing vouchers for fuel, food, clothing, cleanup gear and bedding for volunteers. 

Petāne Marae

Napier  $39,364  Clean up mobilisation and provisions for affected whānau.   

Piha Memorial RSA

Auckland  $10,000 

Purchase and install of a new generator.

Piha Ratepayers & Residents Association

Auckland $50,000 Financial support for red and yellow stickered households.

Pōrangahau Sports Club

Hawke’s Bay


Safe service hub.

Puketapu School Parent League




Hawke’s Bay  $100,000  Helping families in the community get back on their feet through clothing, furniture, appliances and financial assistance for utility and food bills. 


Auckland  $25,000  Menstrual products. 

South Kaipara Good Food


Kaipara  $50,000  To provide emergency food and supplies to the Kaipara community. 

Sri Lankan Society of New Zealand

Auckland  $15,000  Funding for accommodation, food and clothing needs. 

Student Volunteer Army

All affected areas  $100,000    Disaster response related expenses. 

Takahiwai Marae Committee

Northland  $10,000 Emergency response equipment. 

Tamatea Rugby & Sports Club Inc.

Hawke’s Bay  $50,000 Clubroom has been used to house displaced whanau from Waiohiki. 
Tangoio Marae Hawke’s Bay $30,000  Community support.

Te Houhanga Marae


Northland  $20,968  Funding to support the purchase of bedding, clean-up supplies and food. 
Te Iwi o Rakaipaaka Inc. Hawke’s Bay  $50,000  Wananga for whānau.

Te Kawau Community Water Supply Association



$40,000  Generator for emergency water supply. 

Te Ngati Hinewera Trust

Hawke’s Bay


Repairing homes.

Te Poho o Hinemihi Marae

Hawke’s Bay  $50,000  Accommodation, water filtration, food, clothing, and storage.

Te Rima Ōrau

Hawke’s Bay  $7,000  Mental wellbeing and future preparedness. 

The Evergreen Foundation

Hawke’s Bay  $300,000  Clean up assistance and community connectivity in rural areas. 

The Key To Life Charitable Trust

Hawke’s Bay


Free counselling for affected youth and young people.

Tiniroto Community and Te Reinga Marae

Tairāwhiti Gisborne


Septic tank cleaning.

Toha Foundry Limited

Tairāwhiti Gisborne


Community recovery for individuals.

Visionwest Community Trust

Auckland  $49,500 

Counselling and trauma support services.

Wainui School Friends of Wainui Community Group

Auckland  $14,875  School counselling in affected rural communities. 

Waiwhare Community Centre Incorporated

Hawke’s Bay  $15,000  Community assistance to farmers. 

Whakatokia te Pura Pura

Auckland  $50,000 

Food parcels for flood affected families.

Whānau Focus Centre (Kaipara Abuse Prevention)

 Northland  $29,949 Funding to help with the mental health and wellbeing of 30 families.

April 2023

Organisation Region Amount Purpose

Buttabean Motivation (BBM)

All affected areas  $100,000  Food parcels.

Esk Valley Hub

Hawke’s Bay


Temporary accommodation.

Hawke's Bay Regional Council

Hawke’s Bay


Towards the Hawke’s Bay Disaster Relief Trust to provide support for yellow and red stickered properties across Hawke’s Bay, as well as waste removal.

Ngaa Hapu Hauora o Waiariki Discretionary trust

Gisborne, Hawke’s Bay


Essential household items such as food, health and welfare, cleanup supplies, as well as emergency housing advocacy.

Ngāti Pārau Trust

Hawke’s Bay


Water pumps, building assessments and temporary shelter for the community.

Radio Hawke's Bay

Hawke’s Bay


Mental wellbeing.

Tairāwhiti Multicultural Council



Food parcels and basic needs support for families in Gisborne.

The Period Place

All affected areas



Purchase and distribution of women’s menstrual products for affected communities.

March 2023





The Salvation Army


All affected areas  $94,500 Purchase of food products for 727 food parcels. 

Wairoa Liveable Homes Fund Request

 Wairoa  $1,108,900  Liveable homes assessment.

Wider Piha Community Funding request

Piha, Auckland


Cleanup costs and funding to fix water issues.

Note: Figures provided are as accurate as possible as at 7 February. Figures may change slightly as we complete our delivery and audit process”.


Response and Recovery Programme spend





Early response spend:

Esk Valley Community Trust Hawke's Bay $85,000 Emergency power generators.
Napier City Council Hawke's Bay $170,000 36 emergency power generators.

New Zealand Red Cross – volunteer Disaster Welfare and Support Teams

All affected areas


Our volunteers logged over 8,000 hours working alongside lead agencies in Civil Defence Centres and community hubs across affected areas. The Fund covered their expenses and includes the purchase of replacements for some emergency equipment.

Northland community



Generators for the Far North.

Pakowhai School 

Hawke’s Bay 


Defibrillators (AEDs) and first aid kits.

Salvation Army

All affected areas


Food parcels.

Tiniroto Community Centre



Defibrillator (AED), first aid kits, and cleaning materials

Wairoa District Council



Civil Defence Centre equipment - mattresses, UHF radios and water blasters.

Ongoing recovery spend:

Affected households – Red Cross Home Bundles

All affected areas

$3.2 million

Home Bundles to replace damaged household goods and furniture for those in need with red or yellow stickered homes.

All communities

All affected areas


Providing over 1,000 household clean-up kits.

All communities - New Zealand Red Cross Psychological First Aid courses

All affected areas


Expenses related to providing funded Psychological First Aid workshops in affected areas.


Resilience and Investment Programme spend



Region Amount Purpose
ARK Puketapapa c/o Global Hope Missions  Auckland $117,335 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Auckland Emergency Management  Auckland  $500,000 Emergency Hub grant: assist with the purchase of equipment for community hubs
Central Hawke’s Bay DC  Hawkes Bay  $340,000 Community Hubs grant: Contribution to help fund 15 community hubs 
Clydebank and District Historical Trust  Wairoa $59,559 Emergency Hub grant: Power and Communications
Community Waitakere Charitable Trust    Auckland $5,000 Community-led study of response for future emergencies 
Coromandel ILT  Waikato $30,000 Emergency Hub grant: Power 
Franklin Rural Hall/Awhitu Auckland $14,340 Emergency Hub grant: Communications
Hastings District Council  Hawkes Bay  $1,153,000 Emergency Hub grant: Contribution to help fund 13 community hubs 
Haumaru Emergency Plan   Tairawhiti  $100,000 Emergency Hub grant: Power, Communications, water tanks, toilets, grab bags
Hobsonville Community Trust    Auckland $15,160 Emergency Hub grant: Comms,Power,Storage, Shelter and Training
Hohepa Services   Hawkes Bay  $70,000 Emergency Hub grant: Solar power system and Water
Learning Innovations   Hawkes Bay  $50,000 Emergency preparedness package for individuals and families 
Maraekakaho Church Hall Trust   Hawkes Bay  $71,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Muriwai Lifeguard Service  Auckland $107,290 Emergency Hub grant: Water and Equipment
Ngararatunua Marae  Northland $19,366 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage and Shelter 
Ngati Kuri  Northland $254,562 Emergency Hub grant: Communications and Power
Ngati Porou  Tairawhiti  $350,000 Water Tanks
Nigel Latta  Wairoa $140,000 Psychological Support 
Oruawharo Community Response Group  Northland $19,575 Emergency Hub grant: Power, Communications and Shelter
Piha Ratepayers & Residents Association  Auckland $73,740 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Rangatahi Ora  Northland $9,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Tai Timu Tai Pari  Northland $203,250 Emergency Hub grant: Storage, power, shelter
Tairawhiti Multicultural Council  Tairawhiti  $16,250 Resilience Meetings
Tawhiti a Maru and Takitimu Marae Tairawhiti  $100,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Water 
Te Araroa  Tairawhiti  $63,000 Water Filters 
Te Araroa - Manaaki Matakaoa Tairawhiti  $15,000 Water tanks
Te Piringa Manatōpu  Hawkes Bay  $25,500 Emergency Hub grant: Shelter, Communications, Power
Te Waiariki Ngati Korora  Northland $166,911 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
The Guardians of Ruakituri Tairawhiti  $60,500 Emergency Hub grant: Power, Communications, Storage 
Tiniroto Community Group Tairawhiti  $14,230 Emergency Communications grant
Twyford and Raupare Memorial   Hawkes Bay  $60,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
 Waimārama Māori Committee   Hawkes Bay  $73,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Waipuka 3B1C1   Hawkes Bay  $71,000 Emergency Hub grant: Communications, Power, Storage, Shelter and Training
Wairoa A&P Wairoa $140,000 Power and CDC Equipment grant
Waiwera Valley Ass Auckland $44,000 Shelter
Whakapaurangi Paa / Te Aowera Marae  Tairawhiti  $50,000 Shelter