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.
Eastland Community Trust presents a proposal for a collaborative approach to facilitating economic development and business support services for the Gisborne region. To read the report please click on the title.
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.
The Trust has approved a grant of $3 million toward the upgrade of the War Memorial Theatre. This is one of the biggest grants in the Trust's history which will contribute to this facility becoming a significant asset in the community of which we all will be proud of.
The HB Williams Memorial Library upgrade has received a $860,000 boost courtesy of ECT.
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.
Closing dates: Apr 28, 2017; July 28, 2017; Oct 27, 2017; Dec 15, 2017.
Closing dates: June 30, 2017; Dec 15, 2017.
AGM 16 August 5.30 p.m. ECT board room
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