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.
ECT supported this inaugural event with partial entry sponsorship. The event, held Feb 20 2013, was well received with over 600 children aged 7-15 participating.
ECT has invested a further $750,000 into extending this programme to include subsidised insulation for those who previously did not qualify as they did not hold a community services card. ECT has now committed $4.5 million to insulation programmes for low income families in the past five years, including this allocation.
A report commissioned by ECT to review Gisborne's sporting facilities is available for viewing. Please click on the Sports Infrastructure title.
The Trust has approved a grant of $3 miilion toward the upgrade of the War Memorial Theatre. The biggest grant in the Trust's history will contribute to this facility becoming a significant asset in the community of which we all will be proud of.
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.
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Careers Expo 2013
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