Making It Happen

Fundraising Strategy

The land has been acquired, the feasibility study has been proved, the preliminary designs are complete and now we are at the next stage to build a purpose built complex of shared working spaces and meeting rooms for social entities like Plunket, Citizens Advice, Happiness House, Cancer society as well as community clubs and groups and many more.
The first users: Kiwi Harvest are already on site operating from temporary containers and as the project develops more and more entities are approaching us needing a home.

Progress to date

  • Securing land 100% 100%
  • Feasability Study 100% 100%
  • Concept ideas draw up 100% 100%
  • Funds for engineers reports and concept plans 3% 3%
  • Potential tennants interested 70% 70%
  • Building consent achieved 0% 0%
  • Funding for construction 1% 1%
  • Construction Progress 0% 0%

Ways we Intend to Raise Funds


Grants applications

Government agencies, foundations, and corporations supporting community development and social services.


Donations to the project

Using corporate and philanthropic donations to progress and fund the build

impact investors

Invest up front

Investors provide upfront capital for social programs and receive returns based on the program’s success


Crowd fundraising

Traditional crowdfunding campaigns that enageg the social community

corporate sponsorship

Local Businesses

sponsorships in exchange for promotional opportunities within the hub and during community events

Spread the word

Raise awareness

Funders are more likely to be involved in popular and supported projects

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