After seven years of providing financial and mentoring support to up and coming musicians and athletes across New Zealand, the Foundation is now focussing its efforts in the Waikato / Bay of Plenty regions. We believe the regionalisation of the Adastra Foundation allows for a more personal approach to the awarding of scholarships and the delivery of our mentoring programme.
Applications are invited from young people in the Waikato/BOP who have exceptional talent in either sport or music. The scholarships are intended for those who have not yet reached the peak of their potential but who could, with some assistance, excel on the national and international stage in the next one to three years.
More information and the application form can be found at http://www.adastra.org.nz/. Applications close 31 October.
Sport and active recreation across the Waikato region is set to receive a healthy financial investment as territorial authorities (TAs) confirmed their budgets for the next 10 years.
Click to read more
Sport New Zealand have released comprehensive guidelines for all providers of play, active recreation or sport at Level 2.
Waitomo District’s elected members have conditionally agreed to support a proposal for Waitomo District Council to take full responsibility of the King Country Indoor Sport and Recreation Centre Project
A conversation between Kotahi Aroha’s Erina Wehi-Barton and Sport Waikato’s women and girls initiative This is ME® revealed...
Meet our people
Copyright © 2013 Sport WaikatoSite by Kudos web
Please enter you log in details below.