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The Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust is committed to making good things happen in our community. Since its inception the Trust has returned over $100 million by way of grants to a range of community causes in Rotorua.

Latest News and Publications

Here you will find all the latest updates with the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust including media releases, 2016 annual report, newsletters, etc.

The Heritage Collection

Since the year 2000 the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust has been collecting and bringing home important local artworks which now represent a valuable historical record of Rotorua's artistic endeavour.

About the Trust

The Trust is governed by a six member Board of Trustees, who are elected every three years by those people who are eligible to vote and who reside in the Rotorua District.

Grants

The Trust has supported hundreds of local organisations and groups since it began in 1994 contributing over $100 million to the Rotorua community.

Tertiary Study Awards

The Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust is committed to helping young people achieve the best possible education and each year supports a range of initiatives to help make this possible.

Publications

The Trust produces a number of publications including newsletters, media releases and an annual report.

Bay Brighter Futures in a collaboration of Bay of Plenty funders focussed on projects to make a difference in the first 1000 days of a child’s life and in youth development (education, training and employment). If you have a project idea that fits these target areas, click here to go to the Bay Brighter Futures website for further information.

Bay Brighter Futures in a collaboration of Bay of Plenty funders focussed on projects to make a difference in the first 1000 days of a child’s life and in youth development (education, training and employment).