WHAT WE DO

Building futures.
Strengthening communities.
Granting opportunities.

What we do

Check out some of the previous scholarships and grants we have gifted inline with our four purposes.

Ryan Olesen

AGRICULTURAL ADVANCEMENT BY SUPPORTING EDUCATION
The Awarua Trust schlorship was a life saver for Ryan Olesen, who prior to embarking on veterinarian studies, had exhausted other student support whiling completing a double major degree in Earth and Ocean Science, and Geography. Unable to identify a satisfying career path, he then took himself off to Lincoln University, where with Awarua Trusts support, he graduated with a Diploma in Agriculture, Commerce and Business Management.

Ryan is now a qualified Vet working at Morrinsville Vet Clinic and is grateful to the support Awarua Trust has given him to enhance his education and career path.

Shana Williams

AGRICULTURAL ADVANCEMENT BY SUPPORTING EDUCATION
Shana Williams, grew up on the family farm and knew from an early age, that she desired to work in the agricultural industry. Once leaving Te Aroha College, Shana moved to Dunedin and completed her Bachelor of Science Degree. Through the support and scholarships gifted from Awarua Trust, Shana completed her studies and now works at Tatua, initially carrying out microbiology and chemistry testing, and recently moving into the company's research and development team. 

Solomon Islands - Health Clinics Ablution Block

RELIEF OF POVERTY IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

Tahuna Volunteer Fire Brigade

MORRINSVILLE COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Morrinsville Rugby & Sports Club - New Kitchen

MORRINSVILLE COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Solomon Islands - Classroom at The Mother Emily Kindergarten

RELIEF OF POVERTY IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS

Pukemokemoke Bush Reserve

MORRINSVILLE COMMUNITY SUPPORT

David Street School - Outdoor Area

MORRINSVILLE COMMUNITY SUPPORT