An ECT beneficiary is any person living, conducting an activity or carrying on business in the Gisborne district.
ECT has announced continuing support for the Eastland Rescue Helicopter Trust, with $1.25 million funding over the next five years. The helicopter currently flies about 80 missions a year and covers the area between Mahia and Waikaremoana in the South to the East Cape and around to Te Kaha.
The Provincial Development Unit has announced that three
entities - Aotearoa Social Enterprise Trust (ASET), Matai Lab and the Prime
Wood Cluster Centre of Excellence (Prime) - would receive $27.1 million dollars
of PGF backing, alongside $18.25 m from ECT.
The Eastland Community Trust has distributed $231,363 to Gizzy Kai
Rescue for staff wages over three years. Gizzy Kai Rescue’s mission is simple: minimise food waste, nourish our
Arts, education and public health among sectors to receive Eastland
Community Trust funding. Kaiti School, Gisborne Harriers Club, Mangapapa Union
Parish, Te Hauora o Turanganui a Kiwa and Evolution Theatre, received a
The HB Williams Memorial Library upgrade has received a $860,000 boost courtesy of ECT.
ECT is the sole shareholder of Eastland Group - a collection of businesses crucial to the Gisborne district’s economy. The Group is focused on two sectors – energy and logistics.
Closing dates - Minor: 28 Jun, 26 Jul, 30 Aug, 27 Sept, 25 Oct, 29 Nov. Major : 28 Jun , 27 Sept.
Closing dates: 28 June 2019. 29 Nov 2019.
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