Now in its seventh year, the Toloa funds are achieving its goal of helping Pacific Aotearoa thrive in STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Maths.
The Toloa Capability fund is for emerging providers to build their capability for delivering STEAM programmes to Pacific communities.
View the list of 2022 recipients below.
The last round of the Toloa Capability Fund closed on 1 November 2021. This fund has now been merged into the Toloa Contestable Fund.
STEAM refers to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths subjects.
STEAM skills and knowledge are not new to Pacific people.
The Toloa programme champions that Pacific peoples come from a lineage of navigators, explorers, innovators, and experts in STEAM. STEAM skills are adaptable in a vast ocean of career pathways and opportunities.
The Arts is defined within the Toloa programme as creative and innovative skills, processes and knowledge that are transferable into science, technology, engineering and maths careers.
Applications opened on Monday 4 October, 2021.
Applications closed on Monday 1 November, 2021.
Applicants were informed of the outcome by Wednesday 8 December, 2021.
To be eligible, applicants must have:
The Toloa Capability fund was available for:
The Toloa Capability fund was not available for:
If you need more information about the Toloa Capability Fund, email [email protected]
Below are the recipients of funding from the Toloa Capability Fund, which closed 1 November 2021:
COMET Auckland - Te Hononga Akoranga is an independent charitable trust and Auckland Council CCO.
Pacific Learners Education Limited
Auckland Fiji Catholic Community Inc 1916595
Moana Digital Solutions
Malosi Pictures Ltd
Pro-pare Athlete Management Trust
FAILOA FAMILI TRUST
Seed 2 Harvest (S2H)
Tamaki Connect Trust