Tasman Community Trust


Here for the community, we want to see people learn, grow, care and serve.

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In association with the Tasman Area Community Association, we completed a comprehensive survey of Tasman in order to get a more accurate picture of the people who make up our community. This demographic information will help us prioritise projects and personnel in a way that reflects the real needs that are identified by those who live here.

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The Tasman Community Trust was formed in 2013 to establish community based services in our district. The Trust is registered with the Charities Commission, being non-profit in nature and intent—all funds received are used in the local community. We are registered with the Charities Commission (CC50427), so some donations made to the Trust can be used for tax rebate purposes (our financial records are a matter of public record). Please note that donations made for the Solar Project in DR Congo will be receipted, but such donations do not qualify for tax credits in New Zealand due to the fact that the "end use" is not for the direct benefit of New Zealanders.

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TBC 4G Youth on 01 May 2015
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Guest Donor on 21 Apr 2015

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