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Hokonui Maori Endowment Fund
Hokonui Maori Endowment Fund

Applications are invited from tertiary and secondary school students Year 9 onwards for the Hokonui Endowment Fund.

The Hokonui Endowment Fund is an education fund for applicants who can trace their whakapapa to the original Māori Owners of Rakiura/Stewart Island. Applicants must be a Southland resident.

For more information contact either: 

Christian Fife – 027 225 0086
Laina Niha – (03) 212 8962
Ricky Topi – (03) 212 8556
Louise Fowler – (03) 212 8577
Karen Johnson – (03) 212 7384 

All applications received must use this form and need to have all relevant sections completed, including verified bank account details, whakapapa and essay.

Also refer to the Application Information and Checklist details to ensure all sections and information is provided.

A hardcopy of the completed application form needs to be received for processing by Thursday, 30 September 2021. Applications received after this date will not be accepted. 


For further information, a Facebook page has been set up via the following link: 

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