We are the Pouakani Charitable Trust, an organisation | whakahaerenga that has been formed to bring together the blood-line descendants of the Pouakani Block.
Our aim | kaupapa is to work together as one to establish a community and wider family | whanau that our members are proud to be a part of – and we welcome you to find about more about who we are, and what we do.
The Pouakani Trust collaboratively involves its members and Trustees in a way that provides direct access to the benefits | āwhina available to those who are ancestors of the original owners of Pouakani Block. It is important to us that we communicate with our people in a way that is transparent and easy to understand | ngāwari ki te matau.
Please enjoy exploring our website that has been created to help more people understand the role of The Pouakani Trust, and how you can get involved.
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As a charitable trust we do not pay tax but we are bound by the Charities Act 2005.
This act requires distributions from the Trust to meet the following charitable purposes:
Following the success of Violets are blue, we are waiting for the Te Reo copies to be published and available. Very exciting for us all. A big mihi out to Lucia at Avondale Library for all her and the teams support of whaea Violet. Nga Mihi
Kia Ora Koutou Katoa, Pouakani Trust will be in Taumarunui 22nd May 2019 10am—2.30pm Reap Office 115 Hakiaha Street If you would like to know more about Pouakani Trust , How to become a member? How the Trust can assist you? Meet Staff, Trustee’s & Members. Please visit us at the Reap Office. Our Staff […]
Nga Mihi Celia Lindsay, Nga Mihi Kahi Dickinson and Nga Mihi Delaney Brown for standing for the two Pouakani Trust Trustee vacancies. Also a big mihi to all who voted, we need active members to help Pouakani Trust grow and be the peoples vehicle. The voting was close with Kahi Dickinson holding her position as […]