WHAT WE DO
Te Wānanga o Raukawa Foundation (the Foundation) is a unique vehicle, established through the settlement that Te Wānanga o Raukawa (TWoR) had with the Crown, to deliver on the aspirations of TWoR. The purpose of the Foundation is to promote:
- Akoranga: Teaching and learning.
- Whakahaere: Operations and administration.
- Whakatupu mātauranga: The exploration and creation of knowledge.
to maximise the contribution of the Foundation to the education and survival of Māori as a people through the provision of financial and other assistance to TWoR, the staff (including kaiāwhina) and its students.
The Foundation has grown its original settlement amount of $17.9m received in 2011 to $27.3 million (Trust Fund) (as at 31 December 2020). The Foundation Board manages and grows the Trust fund through prudent investments to deliver on the Foundation’s purposes as set out above.
The Foundation's current strategy in delivering on its charitable purposes is to:
For more information on what we do please refer to the 'Key Documents' tab and check out our quarterly and annual reports.