KA PAI SOUP
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Congratulations to the Carterton Centre for Kaitiakitanga, winner of
Ka Pai SOUP round two!
Wowsers Carterton, what a turnout! Thank you to all who came down, supported five incredible pitches and shared in the celebration of signing a further 3 year partnership between the Department of Internal Affairs and Ka Pai Carterton.
Huge congratulations to The Carterton Centre for Kaitiakitanga, who took home over $1700 to go towards developing the business case and plans for New Zealand’s first fully sustainable building to be developed on site at
Te Kura o Papatuanuku Wairarapa Earth School Charitable Trust's base at South End School.
Pitched by Emilie Neubauer, the centre narrowly took out the prize ahead of Sam Buck who pitched on behalf of Dirt Therapy, an EV motocross and adventure park hoping to establish themselves in the Carterton district.
Our 130 strong crowd were also treated to entertaining and informative pitches from:
The Pantry Project pitched by Planalytics NZ Ltd 's Lucy Cooper, Tiff and
pitching a youth aviation immersion initiative and Michael Woodcock's Wellness retreat Live Like The River Flows
So exciting to have such amazing ideas, energy and support in our district, thank you to all who pitched and all who voted!
You can watch the top 2 pitches below by clicking on the images. If interested in further supporting any of these initiatives get in touch with the pitchers, links to contacts included below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can put you in touch.
The next Ka Pai SOUP is in the planning for October 2020 so if you have an idea or project you would like to pitch, get in touch!