MHF community grants still open...

Do you suddenly have a lot more time on your hands? Are you simply itching to make a difference for your community? 

 

Use your time and your talents to apply for one of Like Minds, Like Mine P?tea Hapori or Community Grants, which are now open and still accepting applications!


This year, they're giving away up to $10,000 to projects that T? Ake or stand up for what's right by challenging judgmental attitudes and negative stereotypes against people with mental distress  - attitudes and stereotypes that may only intensify during our challenges with COVID-19.


They're also making it easier to apply than ever before.


For the first time in the Grants' history, you can now describe your project via video! See the Grants' tips page for more requirements and what sections of the application form a video can cover.


They've also put together a cheat sheet on:
- what their judging panel are looking for in an application, and
- what their theme for this year – be an Upstander, or T?m?ia – really means in practice.
Their explainer video is a really handy guide.


T? Ake, T? M?ia, and help to end mental distress discrimination by submitting your Community Grants application before 5pm, Thursday 30 April!