Criteria for Submissions is Love, Peace, Charity and Clean, Feed & Teach, for the people,  by the people.

CHARITABLE PROJECTS: Are not about profit. They are about the people and charity.


LOVE: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another

PEACE: Peaceful intentions. No Protest.

CHARITY: Above all things have fervent charity among yourself: for charity shall cover the multitude of sins. Charity means an entity that is a not‑for‑profit; and all of the purposes of which are charitable purposes that are for the public benefit such as Community Services, Humanitarian, Philanthropic, Not for Profit.

A charitable purpose means the purpose of advancing health; education; social or public welfare; religion; culture; promoting reconciliation, mutual respect and tolerance between groups of individuals; promoting or protecting human rights; security or safety of the people; preventing or relieving the suffering of animals; and the natural environment.

Entities that are not charities; are companies, corporations, private companies in the public, registered companies with government, owners, members, trustees, employees, officers or agents and associates.

CLEAN: Clean the land or assist an individual/s

FEED: Create paid voluntary jobs to feed the people

TEACH: Teach and offer skills through education


Example of a Charitable Project Submission: No More NItz Te Koha Community Service Plan 2018


CROWN INCUBATOR: You may have a great idea but need assistance with writing and constructing your plan and logistically rolling it out.  The Crown Incubator will be the support hub that will surround you with the tools that you require to efficiently and effectively roll out your charitable project.

Submissions for Charitable Projects can be emailed to