Māoriland Charitable Trust
Māoriland presents, facilitates and supports Māori and international Indigenous filmmakers and creatives. It exists for the social, economic and educational success of its community in Otaki through connection to the wider world of Indigenous creativity and innovation.
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Māoriland Charitable Trust (MCT) was formed in 2016 to facilitate the operation of the Māoriland Film Festival and its growing programme of year-round activities.
Its purpose is to improve the social, economic and educational opportunities to the community of Ōtaki through the presentation of Indigenous films and the creation of educational pathways into the film and creative technology industries.
The MCT’s key focus is the Māoriland Film Festival and the Māoriland Hub to enable the development, education and encouragement of the creative arts.
This, in turn, inspires programmes for the benefit of the wider community, especially young people in Ōtaki.
Māoriland is supported by a community of sponsors, partners and friends – their donation(s) enables the Māoriland Film Festival and Māoriland Hub to grow and flourish year, after year.
If you’d like to donate to Māoriland Charitable Trust, you can do so easily via Givealittle.
Operated by the Spark Foundation, Givealittle is an online fundraising platform for all of New Zealand.
You can choose to Givealittle – or alot. You can even sign up to donate on a regular basis via Payroll-Giving. All donations over $5 are tax deductible.
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