The $132 million Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund (MCCF) closed on 30 June 2022, after supporting kaitono around the motu to protect whānau from COVID-19. Read about the mahi achieved and the outcomes of the programme.
Last updated: Monday, 14 August 2023 | Rāhina, 14 Hereturikōkā, 2023
The Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund was established to respond to the significant gap between Māori and non-Māori COVID-19 health outcomes.
The Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund closed on 30 June 2023 with $128.98 million paid out across 253 contracts.
The work of kaitono
The Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund saw funding rapidly invested with community providers to accelerate Māori vaccinations and to build resilience.
Track the progress of the Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund investment through our weekly reports and dashboards.
Questions and answers
Read about the Fund, including its objectives, criteria for funding, funding phases and the kinds of activities eligible for funding.
News and stories
Read about various community initiatives to help keep our whānau safe.