The primary purpose of the Trust is to promote the restoration and protection of waterways and bio-diverse ecosystems that support indigenous flora and fauna within the Ruamahanga River catchment.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Other (please state)
(Provides support and resources for schools and rural communities)
Environment / conservation
Education / training / research
Children / young people
The Trust is administered by a Board of Trustees who are accountable to, and elected by, members of the Trust. The Board shall consist of not less than three nor more than ten members. Currently, there are four trustees.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
This charity has been granted an exemption from filing an annual return for the year ending 31 March 2019 under Section 43 of the Charities Act 2005.
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