Ki te hinga tētahi o te whānau, ānō nei tētahi totara haemata o ngā Ahimanawa, ka pōkeao rawa te whānau mate. E whakawaingohia ana Te Awahohonu Forest Trust i ngā taumahatanga o te wā mā tēnei pūtea manaaki, arā, te Rau Karearea. Ahakoa he iti, he iti nō te ngākau aroha ki te whānau mate. Mā te huruhuru te karearea e topa, e kohikohi, e whāngai hoki.
If a family member passes, like a great totara of the Ahimanawa, sadness overcomes the family. Te Awahohonu Forest Trust alleviate some of the burden with the pūtea manaaki, known as Te Rau Karearea. Despite being a mere contribution, it is a heartfelt gesture to the bereaved. With feathers the great hawk could soar, gather and provide sustenance.
Pūtea for Tangihanga will be paid to a whānau -
Of a Beneficial Owner who dies as owner.
Of a Beneficial Owner dying after transferring their shares to a Whānau Trust.
That is Immediate Whānau, they being children taking their parent's place after their parent dies, then their children [mokopuna) after they die, in perpetuity.
In special circumstances the Trustees have the discretion to approve the payment of Pūtea for Tangihanga
Beneficial Owners means an owner registered with the Māori Land Court or a Beneficial Owner who transfers their shares to a Whānau Trust before they die.
Immediate Whānau means a child or children of a deceased Beneficial Owner with Whakapapa to the Whenua where that owner's shares are now held in a Whānau Trust.
HOW TO APPLY please contact the secretary – Gardiner Knobloch Ltd 06 8355018 or email email@example.com