To encourage young New Zealanders and their families to engage with kiwi children's music and encourage them to compose music, as a way to celebrate their identity and be empowered to have their voice heard through involvement in performing arts. These opportunities will support the growth of the children's music industry in New Zealand and for children's music artists to have healthy, sustainable and rewarding careers.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides advice / information / advocacy
Arts / culture / heritage
Education / training / research, Economic development
Children / young people
The Trust is an independent entity and is not part of a group of Trusts. The Trust is governed by its trustees. There is a minimum of 5 Trustee and a maximum of 10 Trustees at any given time. The Board of Trustees has all the power of absolute owners of the Trust Fund to do all lawful acts and things consistent with the charitable purpose of the Trust. The Board will meet at least three (3) times every year.
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