How can I get involved as a financial supporter.

The Te Atatu Peninsula Community Trust (TAPCT) operates only with the generous support of others, enabling us to make our facilities and services available to our various Trust Partners at a reasonable cost. Support provided to the TAPCT benefits all of our partners and the community that we serve together.

The physical focal point for this work is a ‘community centre’ located on the corner of Waipani and Beach Roads.  The facility is owned by The Chapel (formally known as the Te Atatu Bible Chapel) and they have entrusted the management of this facility to the the Trust so that it can be best managed and developed for the benefit of the wider community.

While some of the cost of operating the Trust is met through hire fees, the majority of the costs are met by contributions from The Chapel and a growing number of other external funders. In recent times this has included:

  • Auckland Communities Foundation Grassroots Giving
  • Auckland Council Environment Initiatives Fund
  • COGS Waitakere (Community Organisation Grant Scheme)
  • Dragon Community Trust
  • Foundation North
  • New Zealand Lottery Grants Board – Auckland Community
  • Sir John Logan Campbell
  • The Chapel – Te Atatu
  • The Trusts Community Foundation
  • Tui Flower Foundation
  • Z Good in the Hood – Z Te Atatu

We are also grateful for the financial support of a number of private individuals. If you would like to join our team of financial supporters, donations to the Trust qualify for the Donations Tax Credit.

Bank account details:
Te Atatu Peninsula Community Trust 12 3038 0389131 00

Internet banking – When giving via Internet Banking, please use the contact form below to advise us of your donation and contact details so that we can issue a tax receipt at the end of the tax year.