Eligibility requirements and funding criteria

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Eligibility requirements for CCS
Before an application can be considered by an assessment committee, the CCS Administrator must check that it meets all of the eligibility requirements. The applicant if the applicant is an individual they must be a New Zealand citizen or permanen...
Funding criteria for CCS
There are three funding criteria under the Creative Communities Scheme: Access and participation Diversity Young people These funding criteria allow assessment committees to make decisions that take into account the local context. Commi...
Projects that can’t be funded
Types of projects that can’t be funded under the Creative Communities Scheme include: Projects without an arts focus, eg: puzzles, upholstery, magic, model-making, commercial design, commercial fashion design, fitness-based dance (such as ae...
Costs that can be funded
The types of costs that can be funded include: materials for arts activities or programmes venue or equipment hire personnel and administrative costs for short-term projects promotion and publicity of arts activities. ...
Costs that can’t be funded
The types of costs that can't be funded include: ongoing administration and service costs (such as salaries) that aren’t related to a specific project travel for individuals or groups to attend events, presentations or shows outside t...
Creative Communities Scheme and Schools
All state and integrated schools are obliged to deliver the National Curriculum and all are obliged to have trained and registered teachers that deliver that curriculum. Each school decides what they want to focus on and establishes an annual curri...