Eligibility requirements for the CCS
To be successful, applicants for funding under the Creative Communities Scheme must:
meet a number of eligibility requirements before their application can be considered by the CCS assessors (the local CCS administrator will check tha...
Funding criteria for CCS
There are three funding criteria under the Creative Communities Scheme:
Access and participation
These are explained in detail below.
One of the greatest strengths of CCS ...
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...
Projects and costs 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, film f...
Specific costs that can’t be funded
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 the local area
Creative Communities Scheme and Schools
Every school has its own curriculum and teaching programme aligned to the National Curriculum. All state and integrated schools are obliged to deliver the National Curriculum and all are obliged to have trained and registered teachers that deliver t...
Other information and FAQs
You can find additional information about eligible and ineligible costs and projects under the FAQs on the CCS Administrator Hub at http://ccs.creativenz.govt.nz/help