Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust: $100m to Canterbury

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All costs of producing and printing this report are met by the New Zealand Government. No Appeal donations were used.

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On 22 February 2011 a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Christchurch.

Just five days later, on 27 February 2011, the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal was launched by Prime Minister John Key, as the Government’s official, global fundraiser for the recovery effort in Greater Christchurch.

THANK YOU

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to everyone who generously donated to the Appeal, raising nearly

$

100

4,736 New Zealanders donated their tax refund in 2011-14

million. 60% 40% New Zealand donations

$

883,170

International donations

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Every single dollar donated to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal has counted. Every dollar went directly to help rebuild those things that are at the heart of Christchurch communities, the places and services that make a city worth living in.

19 $1.10m 1% $13.68m 14% Community workers

$34.75m 35%

100 m Canterbury

Nearly

$

$18.91m 19%

to

$4.88m 5%

$4.27m 4% $20.82m 21%

iPads for school children in the eastern suburbs

129 Kaiapoi riverbank repair and redevelopment

Neighbourhood events

20 Community centres

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593

Large Permanent projects

Education / Youth projects

Community Permanent projects

Sport & Recreation projects

Economic Revitalisation projects

Heritage & Culture projects

Hardship / Spiritual & Faith projects

Donor-directed

221

Youth workers supported

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2010/11 • 1

Active youth - deliver adventure based learning programme at Cholmondeley Children’s Home .

• 2

Replacement school uniforms

• 3

Establish recreation hubs at sitesharing secondary schools.

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Accelerated restoration of 62 parks, reserves and gardens.

• 4

Performing art space - fit-out of the new Court Theatre premises.

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Additional staff and programmes at the Youth Alive Trust .

• 17

Youth facilities - CanTeen Canterbury’s new premises ; youth training and health centre at Korowai Youth Wellbeing Trust .

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2011/1 2

Youth events - Christchurch Secondary Schools Pasifika Festival; Children’s Cultural Festival ; Volunteer Army’s The Concert: A Concerted Effort .

• 18

Repair of cricket grounds

• 19

Tennis courts repair - Wilding Park Tennis Centre ; Lyttelton Tennis Club ; club tennis courts .

• 20

Hockey - additional hockey turf at Nunweek Park .

• 21

Replacement equipment - softball nets ; equipment at Crossroads with a Future ; rugby league training equipment ; track and field equipment ; surf life saving emergency and training equipment .

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• 22

Football - field repairs ; replacement/ repair of storage and changing facilities ; football facilities in eastern suburbs.

community garden; marquee for community activities; temporary office space for community groups; towards rebuild of Child Cancer Foundation Family Place ; towards rebuild of Cholmondeley Children’s Home .

school children to swimming lessons in Rangiora . • 59

• 40

Out of school support – more afterschool care programmes .

• 60

• 41

Earthquake stress – counselling for more young people .

Netball courts repair - 12 netball courts in Lincoln and Christchurch .

• 61

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Earthquake stress – psychologist funding for children and families through Seabrook McKenzie Trust for Specific Learning Disabilities ; teacher for Mindball Interactive Exhibit .

Repairing Christchurch School of Gymnastics building .

• 62

Rebuild five pump mountain bike tracks .

• 63

• 42

Towards repair of historic pipe organ at St Michael and All Angels Parish .

Repair - New Brighton Silver Band committee room ; Riccarton House.

• 64

• 43

Summer fun events for all neighbourhoods.

Art - transitional artists’ studios and gallery ; new art space .

• 44

People with disabilities - refurbish offices of Trust helping disabled people find paid work .

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Young people with disabilities counselling and support services to vision and hearing impaired young people ; supporting families of disabled youth impacted by the earthquakes .

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A loan to establish Re:START retail mall.

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• 23

Support for non-profit organisations via Westpac Business Hub.

Fit-out of temporary sports stadium in Addington.

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Weekend youth camps via Community Development Network .

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• 24

Netball - additional equipment for Otautahi Netball .

Out of school support - trauma training for OSCAR staff .

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Replacement BMX track for Kaiapoi BMX Club to share with North Avon Christchurch Club .

Big Brothers Big Sisters - mentoring children in Christchurch ; extra worker for North Canterbury .

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Supporting displaced whanau into education, sports and employment .

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Hardship help for children, families, vulnerable adults and older people through Age Concern, Anglican City Mission and Presbyterian Support.

• 45

Portable ICT equipment/software for primary schools .

• 46

Redcliffs – towards rebuild of public library building ; sound and lighting expenses for school production ; youth mentoring scheme at Community Shed .

• 47

Active youth - repairing Cashmere Primary School’s cricket nets ; repair Mt Pleasant Sea Scouts building ; teaching and sporting equipment at Freeville School ; rebuilding the Christchurch Ropes Course ; replace equipment at the Just Youth ; replacing AV equipment at Glenelg Childrens Health Camp .

Supporting ethnic business recovery.

• 7

Amenities at temporary business accommodation.

• 8

Community facilities - rebuild of Cholmondeley Children’s Home ; design phase of Mt Pleasant Community Centre ; scoping study for temporary cathedral.

• 25

• 26

Towards lease of cricket pavilion to continue club games .

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Replacement emergency equipment for St John.

• 27

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Advice for residents in red, green and white zones.

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Christmas hardship - support for womens refuges in Christchurch; meals and food parcels via social service providers.

Watersports - replace storage facilities at Nga Maata Waka Outrigger Canoe Club ; temporary rowing facilities at Kerr’s Reach and Stewart’s Gully ; design and build of floating jetty .

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Support for children of the deceased and seriously injured via Red Cross New Zealand.

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Hardship support to meet increased demand - National Collective of Independent Womens Refuges ; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Christchurch ; Catholic Social Services Christchurch ; Burwood Community Church ; Habitat for Humanity ; Project Esther ; St John of God Waipuna ; Depression Support Network .

• 28

Management of community sport volunteers .

• 29

Bowling - repair of greens at 14 clubs; repair of Elmwood green.

• 30

Swimming - repair of West Spreydon School Pool ; accelerate repair of Kaiapoi Aquatic Centre .

• 31

Repair/rebuild - Court Theatre ; Isaac Theatre Royal; Christchurch Arts Centre ; fit-out of Loons Theatre.

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Towards Childrens Art Festival’s outreach programme.

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Develop High Street Stories website to store material about pre-earthquake High Street .

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Support materials for people with depression .

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Youth lawyer via Community Law Canterbury .

Supporting Christchurch Symphony Orchestra .

• 32

• 9

Youth support - at 180 Degrees Trust ; Belfast Community Network ; Lyttelton Harbour Basin Youth Council .

Storing cultural collections at Canterbury Cultural Recovery Centre in Wigram.

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Youth support - at Korowai Youth Wellbeing Trust ; Rata Counselling Centre ; Shoreline Youth Trust ; training of teachers to deliver resilience programme ; training of additional Youthline counsellors .

• 10

Swimming - temporary “pools in schoolz”.

• 11

Replacement equipment - Southern Ballet Theatre Trust ; Freeville School .

• 12

Additional study support and materials at three high schools .

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Replace damaged musical instruments .

• 13

Towards a stage production in eastern suburbs .

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University of Canterbury outreach programmes in low decile schools .

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Study support - choral scholarship for the Christchurch Cathedral Choir ; scholarships to attend tertiary institutes in Canterbury.

• 14

Study equipment - video conferencing facilities in 18 secondary schools; school van and clothing for Freeville School students .

• 15

Active youth - towards lease on new Irish Dance premises ; repair of Phoenix Venturer scout hall ; Kiwisport programmes and support for other clubs .

• ...

Feasibility report for new premises for White Elephant Trust .

• 16

Playground repair - St Pauls School St Albans Community Preschool .

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• 33

Rehearsal/gallery space - Canterbury Repertory Theatre Society ; Christchurch Music Industry Trust ; Art Box gallery and studio space in the central city ; Beat Box rehearsal space for musicians .

2012/13 • 34

Restore public amenities along the riverbank through Kaiapoi township.

• 35

Water attractions for the new Christchurch City Council Recreation and Sports Centre in the eastern suburbs .

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Towards “Connecting the City to the Sea” from Te Papa Otakaro/Avon River Precinct at Fitzgerald Avenue through eastern Christchurch all the way to the sea.

• 36

• 37

Towards a new youth and community centre in Aranui, to replace two previous centres . Towards the establishment of Quake City exhibition at 99 Cashel Mall.

• 38

Helping 9 local business precincts.

• 39

Community facilities - towards Mt Pleasant Community Centre permanent rebuild; transitional community centres for Belfast and Opawa; community plan for the eastern suburbs; pool changing facilities at Central New Brighton School; repairs to Roy Stokes Community Hall and Lyttelton

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• 50

Youth support - a drop-in centre for La Vida Youth Trust ; youth workers at Hagley Community College ; alternative venues for Oxford Youth Programmes ; office space for Te Ora Hou Otautahi youth work team ; Qtopia’s youth meeting space . Youth support - to Canterbury’s 200 youth workers ; replace Youthline resources ; preparing Pacific students for tertiary study ; Youth programmes for teenagers in eastern suburbs via Youthtown . New Brighton – gardening education stations for primary and high schools games equipment for youth .

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Preschool – covered deck area at North Beach Community Childcare Centre ; new playground at Oterepo Te Kohanga Reo ; play area repairs at Te Waka Huruhurumanu ki Otautahi .

• 51

Repair car park asphalt at Phillipstown Community Centre .

• 52

Creative youth - restarting a junior textile arts programme ; youth design projects via Gap Filler .

• 53

Earthquake education programme for children .

• 54

Football - fix Garrick Park ground drainage ; floodlighting at Avonhead Park .

• 55

Boat storage/ramp repair - Sumner Surf Life Saving; Cure Boating Club ; Waimakariri-Ashley Coastguard; Sumner Lifeboat.

• 56

Tennis courts repair - club tennis courts ; interim repairs of indoor centre at Wilding Park.

• 57

Replacement equipment – Aranui Eagles Rugby League Club ; Canterbury Paddling Club ; Pioneer Basketball Club ; Ferrymead Sumner Men’s Probus Club ; St Thomas of Canterbury College Rowing squad .

• 58

Swimming - funding temporary “pools in schoolz” ; upgrading Jellie Pool’s 25m competition pool; transport 1700

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Expand “There’s a Better Way” basketball concept .

2013/14

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Repairs to Pegasus Walkway and mountain bike trail .

• 65

Music/performing arts facilities - replacement Music Centre of Christchurch; rebuild of the Isaac Theatre Royal.

• 66

Reconstruct the Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings, destroyed in the earthquakes .

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Towards a permanent home for the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra.

• 67

Bringing events back to the city - a loan for the construction of the new pavilion at Hagley Oval.

• 68

Community facilities - rebuild of the earthquake damaged Pines Beach Hall.

• 69

Community facilities repair/ replacement - Plunket Society Canterbury Area ; Christchurch Target Shooting Association; Rangiora Showgrounds; Christchurch Community House; Spencerville Residents Association.

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Extend the residential advisory service for people still working through insurance and housing issues.

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Hardship help for children and families - addressing psychosocial needs post earthquakes through Barnardos, Christchurch Womens Refuge, Early Start, Family Help Trust, Methodist Mission, Presbyterian Support and Wellbeing North Canterbury

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Repairing “unintentionally uninsured” homes in time for winter.

• 70

Summer fun events for all neighbourhoods in 2014/15.

• 71

Community facilities - replacement Redcliffs Public Library; rebuild of Glenelg Childrens Health Camp facility.

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Scholarships for earthquake-affected students with financial hardship to attend Canterbury tertiary institutes .

• 72

Rebuild/repairs to four surf life saving clubs.

• 73

Repairs/storage for boats and amenities - Owles Terrace flat-water sports hub; four surf life saving clubs; six yacht clubs.

• 74

Replace BMX track and amenities lost in the earthquakes at North Avon Christchurch BMX Club.

• 75

Replacement coastguard facility in Lyttelton.

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Sport participation - to help increase post-earthquake participation in sport events and programmes .

• 76

Sports House administration hub for regional sporting organisation displaced by the earthquakes.

• 77

Squash court repairs to meet the postearthquake need .

• 78

Swimming - repairs to school pools for summer.

• 79

Art - repairs to Centre of Contemporary Art building.

• 80

Bringing events back to the city - for cinema equipment to enable the Film Festival to be held at the Isaac Theatre Royal.

• 81

Music/performing arts facilities - reestablish an administration base for the Christchurch School of Music.

• 82

Repairs to heritage/cultural buildings Riccarton House; Rapaki Marae dining hall.

Large Permanent

Sport & Recreation

Community Permanent

Heritage & Culture Donor-directed

Economic Revitalisation Hardship / Spiritual & Faith Education / Youth

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Project does not have fixed location