Kia tu ora ai a Ngāti Rangitihi i runga i tona ake rangatiratanga mo ake tonu atuEnabling Ngāti Rangitihi to flourish in perpetuity supported by their unique self-determining capabilities
Kia tu ora ai a Ngāti Rangitihi i runga i tona ake rangatiratanga mo ake tonu atu
Enabling Ngāti Rangitihi to flourish in perpetuity supported by their unique self-determining capabilities
Nau Mai, Haere Mai. Welcome to Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi Trust. We are the Post-Settlement Governance Entity (PSGE) established in 2008 to represent Ngāti Rangitihi in the historic Central North Island (CNI) Forest Iwi Collective Settlement. We have also successfully represented our Iwi in our Treaty of Waitangi Settlement negotiations with the Crown. Today, it is our responsibility to lead the social, cultural, environmental and economic growth of Ngāti Rangitihi, and ensure we continue to provide opportunities for generations to come.
We invite all Ngāti Rangitihi to become beneficiaries of Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi Trust.
Cyclone Gabrielle support
The recent Cyclone Gabrielle has impacted our iwi in many ways. We acknowledge both the challenges and the response to those challenges for our iwi It is important to Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi that our whānau are safe, healthy, well and are able to feel supported and offer support to those in our rohe.
This is an unexpected test for our self determining capabilities and supported by each other we will meet and respond to the challenges ahead.
“Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, he toa takitini”
Leith Comer – Chairman, Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi
Below are agencies that have support available in the following areas:
If you require support accessing these services, please contact us: email@example.com
National Emergency Management Agency – Reimbursement Grant
This $15 million grant for reimbursement recognises the many marae who used their own resources to support whānau, hapū, iwi and communities through Cyclone Gabrielle.
Whānau can access and choose Kaupapa Māori services, delivered by Māori, for Māori, using Matauranga Māori. These services are free and you don’t need to be referred by a doctor to access them
TOI-EDA Business Support
The Government is providing $25 million in grants to help businesses in cyclone affected regions to help businesses meet immediate costs, further assist with clean-up and boost business support and advise services. The initial grants are up to $40,000 per business, and distributed by local organisations in affected regions
Temporary Accommodation Service –
Has now been extended from Tāmaki-makaurau (Auckland) in to the rohe of Te Tai Tokerau (Northland), Tairāwhiti (Gisborne), Te Moana a Toi (Bay of Plenty), Te Matau-a-Māui (Hawke’s Bay), Waikato and the Tararua District. For whānau to register call 0508 754 163 or visit their website for this service.
Te mihi me te tautoko mo o tatou Whanau i uru ki Te Matatini Herenga Waka Herenga Tangata 2023
We would like to acknowledge and congratulate our Ngāti Rangitihi whanau who participated in Te Matatini Herenga Waka Herenga Tangata 2023
Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari kē he toa takitini
My success should not be bestowed onto me alone, it was not individual success but the success of a collective
The Charitable Trust meeting dates for 2022
- 28 February
- 25 April
- 27 June
- 29 August
- 31 October
Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi Trust 2021 trustee election
Tēnā koutou, the results of the Te Mana o Ngāti Rangitihi Trust 2021 trustee election are now available following the closing of voting on 15 November 2021.
The below Trustees have been elected.
- Tiipene Marr
- Tia Warbrick
- Tracey Raureti
- Leith Comer
- Cathy Dewes
- Merepeka Raukawa-Tait
- Toma Mason
Congratulations to the elected Trustees and thank you to all iwi members who voted in the 2021 trustee elections.