Founded Date 2003. Operating Status Active. Last Funding Type Grant. Company Type For Profit. Contact Email email@example.com. Phone Number +64 4-498 5950. Welcome to the Basketball New Zealand website, the Home of New Zealand Basketball. Hopefully, it will provide all you need to know about the game, more and more Kiwis have grown to love.
The ball’s now in their court as Basketball New Zealand receives funding to help with domestic leagues . PHOTO: PHOTOSPORT Finally some good news for basketball regarding funding and recognition from the Government, which will help the sport support itself for the rest of 2020 and into next year.
This morning Sport New Zealand announced a relief package for sport and recreation organisations, which will be accessible to some basketball Associations and clubs: Local clubs (with individual members) can apply for up to $1,000. Regional organisations (with member organisations) can apply for up to $40,000.
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Netball has received $2.2m in funding to cover its league, rugby $1.25m and basketball — the fastest growing and second most popular sport among Kiwi high school students — a big, fat zero.
Basketball New Zealand received the grand sum of $150,000 for 2019 from the High Performance Sport NZ funding round, from which it must run campaigns for the Tall Blacks, Tall Ferns, its various ...
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The TAB contributed the lion's share of Basketball New Zealand's funding each year via commission payments from NBA betting. Basketball New Zealand chief executive Iain Potter said even the most comprehensive risk assessment planning could not have prepared the organisation for the effect the coronavirus pandemic would have on funding streams.