2021 Recipients

The Trust has now distributed more than $5 million in community grants – see below for a full list of the grants provided in the 2021/22 year:


All Heart NZ 2021 $10,000
Friendship House 2021 $16,784
National Foundation for Deaf & Hard of Hearing 2021 $20,000
The Salvation Army Manukau 2021 $12,500
University of Auckland 2021 $20,000
Whanau Community Centre 2021 $8,750
Adventure Specialities Trust 2021 $12,005
Christians Against Poverty 2021 $15,000
Youthline 2021 $8,800
Road Safety Education 2021 $7,000
Blue Light Ventures 2021 $17,170
Woven Earth Trust 2021 $9,500
Tread Lightly 2021 $14,633
Diabetes Auckland 2021 $7,000
Asthma New Zealand 2021 $7,000
Pillars 2021 $7,000
Attitude Youth 2021 $3,500
Action Education 2021 $7,000
Papatoetoe Adolescent Christian Trust 2021 $9,000
Carers NZ 2021 $10,000
Sistema Aotearoa 2021 $7,500
Big Buddy 2021 $7,500
Endometriosis NZ 2021 $5,000
Belong Aotearoa 2021 $5,000
Momentum Charitable Trust 2021 $7,375
Papatoetoe Olympic Weightlifting Club 2021 $5,000


Happy Recipients

The Auckland Airport Community Trust has generously partnered with CAP since 2016. CAP is so grateful for the Trust’s funding which has enabled families living in poverty due to unmanageable debt access to long-term holistic help and support which they so desperately need. The Trust is both professional and innovative, community-minded and empathetic. We applaud them for the fantastic work they are doing in their Area of Benefit.
Corina Eldershaw


Youthline has had an excellent relationship with the Auckland Airport Community Trust over a number of years and we are very grateful for its ongoing support. We have a shared and strong commitment to the South Auckland area particularly with respect to helping the community thrive and grow and to supporting young people in need.

Geoff Lawson


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