Tolaga Bay Innovation

By Lily Stender

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Tolaga Bay Innovation

Project 2018-08-27 15:03:50 +1200

A Technology & Tourism hub in our historical country pub

Tolaga Bay Inn is one of our last remaining historical hotels on the East Coast of New Zealand.  As Kaitiaki (guardians) it is our responsibility to look after our land, people and environment, including our iconic old Inn.  She has looked after us for over 130 years,  providing shelter, nourishment and social gatherings for our local community and visitors.  It is time we gave back, to help regain her strength and beauty to last another hundred years.

She in return, will become our mother ship to help foster tourism and digital technology development, creating jobs and business opportunities for our local people.  With an onsite information centre, business support services and computer training facilities, she can help regenerate our community from within.  We will develop adventure tourism experiences including eeling tours, crayfish tours, historical guided tours and cultural experiences by our local people.  

 

Our plan

But we can't do it alone.  As Ahi Kaa- we need your help to keep the home fires burning.  Our Ta Koha campaign is to raise a minimum of $50,000 and maximum of $200,000 to help kick start our projects.  To redevelop our space into a technology and tourism hub in our historic country pub. To provide incubation services, back office administration and business support to our local  tourism start-up operators.  To reopen our information centre this summer.  To further develop our digital technology in-house training in collaboration with Digital Wings, 20/20 Trust, Stepping Up and Code Club to teach social media, online business, video editing and coding.  To make several immediate repairs required to be functional for our tourist season, including plumbing, hot water and electrical repairs.  We would like to spruce her up with a semi make-over and add local artwork throughout the communal areas.  Our dual heritage will be promoted by having both Maori and English signage and menus.  We will encourage the usage of conversational Maori for people to practice and learn within a safe and friendly environment.

As a pledger, not only will you be part of a legacy in the making, but you'll get some cool rewards too!... like beautiful hand crafted gifts from our local artists, free accommodation, annual membership discounts,...Or you could simply sponsor nanny a hangi, or sponsor a child computer training, crayfishing trips, hunting trips, naming rights, whatever your budget allows, from $10 to $10,000, there's a reward with your name on it.

Like the flax, we are stronger woven together to carry the load.

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi engari, takimano no aku tipuna - (Not by the might of one but the might of many, from our ancestors to us).

Kia ora koutou katoa.

 

Trustees of the Tolaga Bay Inn Charitable Trust

Dolly Mitchell - One of our great rocks in Uawa, as well as being an owner of Uawa Foodmarket and Trustee on Tolaga Bay Wharf Restoration Project.  Loved wife, mum and nan of many. 

Joe Crawford - One of our highly respected Kaumatua as well as Hinemaurea Marae Chairman, Golf Pro and Community Action Man.  Loved husband, dad and papa of many.

Tony King - International Investment guru, with his heart still supporting his homelands on the East coast.  Sportsman all round with his love of cycling, cricket and rugby. Loved husband and dad.  Yet to be a papa.

Rico Gear - Fantastic All Black during his reign, along with brother Hosea Gear.  Health entrepreneur and mentor.  Great advocate of leaving a legacy behind for our next generations.   Loved son, brother, husband and dad.

Lily Stender - Genius and mastermind of the mission...hehehe.  But seriously folks, a great believer in being the masters of our own destinies.  Collaborating and utilising eachother's skills and attributes to succeed together. Loved sister, mum and aunty of many.

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    Pledgers 74

    Teresa Tepania-Ashton
    2018-10-31 21:50:13 +1300

    "Mauri Ora"

    Vicky Kaiwai
    2018-10-31 13:36:17 +1300

    "Pledge made on behalf of Maumahara Kaiwai"

    Vicky Kaiwai
    2018-10-31 13:35:04 +1300

    "Pledge made on behalf of Ariana Kaiwai"

    Vicky Kaiwai
    2018-10-31 13:33:50 +1300

    "Pledge made on behalf of Maku Kaiwai"

    Adam Hughes
    2018-10-30 19:57:10 +1300

    "Kia Kaha, Kia toa, Kia Manawanui"

    Rawinia Kingi
    2018-10-30 17:49:54 +1300

    "From the Olsens at Resolution Street"

    Waaka Watene
    2018-10-30 11:21:04 +1300

    "The Pledge is made by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Industry Partnerships as part of support for self-employment initiatives in Tolaga Bay. "

    Sue Carnegie-Harding Smith
    2018-10-30 07:58:06 +1300
    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-29 16:41:49 +1300

    "Te Runanga O Ngatiporou (TRONP) supporting tourism and technology development in our eastcoast regions."

    Mateawa Keelan
    2018-10-29 09:15:45 +1300

    "Tumeke "

    Krista Chemis
    2018-10-28 21:46:54 +1300
    Katie Mint
    2018-10-28 21:43:51 +1300

    "Awesome kaupapa, look forward to seeing this happen"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-28 12:45:34 +1300

    "Paddy Andrews - our Sunday Church pastor, supporting the kaupapa... blessings to all"

    Kate Williman
    2018-10-27 13:38:36 +1300
    Fiona Campbell
    2018-10-27 13:19:42 +1300

    "Kia ora! Thanks for the great promo vid, and all the aroha and mihi you are putting into this. Tu meke."

    Shauna McGovern-Vale
    2018-10-27 10:44:28 +1300

    "Your project has wonderful community focus and I hope you get all the money and support, I believe you Are doing great work that will have important impact locally and be an inspiration inNZ"

    Rosie Gallen
    2018-10-26 20:51:59 +1300
    Grant Lester
    2018-10-26 16:18:32 +1300
    Marcus Clyne
    2018-10-26 15:40:57 +1300
    Bronwen Holdsworth
    2018-10-26 15:22:34 +1300
    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 14:33:07 +1300

    "Pat Seymour our Uawa Councillor, supporting the technology development of our tamariki and kaumatua. Wananei"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 14:30:22 +1300

    "Pat Seymour our Uawa Councillor supporting regional development in tourism and technology...regenerating communities from within."

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:59:25 +1300

    "Laurelie Rangiwai tautoko Tolaga Bay Innovation to create technology and tourism developments on the East Coast and keep our home fires burning"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:57:49 +1300

    "John Burema supporting regional development in our rural homelands"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:55:37 +1300

    "Anne Paaka supporting the Tolaga Bay Innovation project..ka mau te wehi"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:54:17 +1300

    "Bessie Eyles helping to create technology and tourism in our historical Tolaga Bay Inn"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:41:39 +1300

    "Margaret Jones supporting our historical Tolaga Bay Innovation to keep our home fires burning"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:40:07 +1300

    "Mason Jones onboard with the kaupapa, to keep our home fires burning"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:38:42 +1300

    "Wayne Truman supporting the cause... awesome"

    Tolaga Pledge
    2018-10-26 11:37:30 +1300

    "Murray Duncan from Tolaga Bowling club supporting Tolaga Bay Innovation..woo hoo"

    Followers 2

    Followers of Tolaga Bay Innovation

    Tolaga Bay Innovation

    Project 2018-08-27 15:03:50 +1200

    A Technology & Tourism hub in our historical country pub

    Tolaga Bay Inn is one of our last remaining historical hotels on the East Coast of New Zealand.  As Kaitiaki (guardians) it is our responsibility to look after our land, people and environment, including our iconic old Inn.  She has looked after us for over 130 years,  providing shelter, nourishment and social gatherings for our local community and visitors.  It is time we gave back, to help regain her strength and beauty to last another hundred years.

    She in return, will become our mother ship to help foster tourism and digital technology development, creating jobs and business opportunities for our local people.  With an onsite information centre, business support services and computer training facilities, she can help regenerate our community from within.  We will develop adventure tourism experiences including eeling tours, crayfish tours, historical guided tours and cultural experiences by our local people.  

     

    Our plan

    But we can't do it alone.  As Ahi Kaa- we need your help to keep the home fires burning.  Our Ta Koha campaign is to raise a minimum of $50,000 and maximum of $200,000 to help kick start our projects.  To redevelop our space into a technology and tourism hub in our historic country pub. To provide incubation services, back office administration and business support to our local  tourism start-up operators.  To reopen our information centre this summer.  To further develop our digital technology in-house training in collaboration with Digital Wings, 20/20 Trust, Stepping Up and Code Club to teach social media, online business, video editing and coding.  To make several immediate repairs required to be functional for our tourist season, including plumbing, hot water and electrical repairs.  We would like to spruce her up with a semi make-over and add local artwork throughout the communal areas.  Our dual heritage will be promoted by having both Maori and English signage and menus.  We will encourage the usage of conversational Maori for people to practice and learn within a safe and friendly environment.

    As a pledger, not only will you be part of a legacy in the making, but you'll get some cool rewards too!... like beautiful hand crafted gifts from our local artists, free accommodation, annual membership discounts,...Or you could simply sponsor nanny a hangi, or sponsor a child computer training, crayfishing trips, hunting trips, naming rights, whatever your budget allows, from $10 to $10,000, there's a reward with your name on it.

    Like the flax, we are stronger woven together to carry the load.

    Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi engari, takimano no aku tipuna - (Not by the might of one but the might of many, from our ancestors to us).

    Kia ora koutou katoa.

     

    Trustees of the Tolaga Bay Inn Charitable Trust

    Dolly Mitchell - One of our great rocks in Uawa, as well as being an owner of Uawa Foodmarket and Trustee on Tolaga Bay Wharf Restoration Project.  Loved wife, mum and nan of many. 

    Joe Crawford - One of our highly respected Kaumatua as well as Hinemaurea Marae Chairman, Golf Pro and Community Action Man.  Loved husband, dad and papa of many.

    Tony King - International Investment guru, with his heart still supporting his homelands on the East coast.  Sportsman all round with his love of cycling, cricket and rugby. Loved husband and dad.  Yet to be a papa.

    Rico Gear - Fantastic All Black during his reign, along with brother Hosea Gear.  Health entrepreneur and mentor.  Great advocate of leaving a legacy behind for our next generations.   Loved son, brother, husband and dad.

    Lily Stender - Genius and mastermind of the mission...hehehe.  But seriously folks, a great believer in being the masters of our own destinies.  Collaborating and utilising eachother's skills and attributes to succeed together. Loved sister, mum and aunty of many.

    Comments

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      Teresa Tepania-Ashton
      2018-10-31 21:50:13 +1300

      "Mauri Ora"

      Vicky Kaiwai
      2018-10-31 13:36:17 +1300

      "Pledge made on behalf of Maumahara Kaiwai"

      Vicky Kaiwai
      2018-10-31 13:35:04 +1300

      "Pledge made on behalf of Ariana Kaiwai"

      Vicky Kaiwai
      2018-10-31 13:33:50 +1300

      "Pledge made on behalf of Maku Kaiwai"

      Adam Hughes
      2018-10-30 19:57:10 +1300

      "Kia Kaha, Kia toa, Kia Manawanui"

      Rawinia Kingi
      2018-10-30 17:49:54 +1300

      "From the Olsens at Resolution Street"

      Waaka Watene
      2018-10-30 11:21:04 +1300

      "The Pledge is made by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Industry Partnerships as part of support for self-employment initiatives in Tolaga Bay. "

      Sue Carnegie-Harding Smith
      2018-10-30 07:58:06 +1300
      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-29 16:41:49 +1300

      "Te Runanga O Ngatiporou (TRONP) supporting tourism and technology development in our eastcoast regions."

      Mateawa Keelan
      2018-10-29 09:15:45 +1300

      "Tumeke "

      Krista Chemis
      2018-10-28 21:46:54 +1300
      Katie Mint
      2018-10-28 21:43:51 +1300

      "Awesome kaupapa, look forward to seeing this happen"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-28 12:45:34 +1300

      "Paddy Andrews - our Sunday Church pastor, supporting the kaupapa... blessings to all"

      Kate Williman
      2018-10-27 13:38:36 +1300
      Fiona Campbell
      2018-10-27 13:19:42 +1300

      "Kia ora! Thanks for the great promo vid, and all the aroha and mihi you are putting into this. Tu meke."

      Shauna McGovern-Vale
      2018-10-27 10:44:28 +1300

      "Your project has wonderful community focus and I hope you get all the money and support, I believe you Are doing great work that will have important impact locally and be an inspiration inNZ"

      Rosie Gallen
      2018-10-26 20:51:59 +1300
      Grant Lester
      2018-10-26 16:18:32 +1300
      Marcus Clyne
      2018-10-26 15:40:57 +1300
      Bronwen Holdsworth
      2018-10-26 15:22:34 +1300
      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 14:33:07 +1300

      "Pat Seymour our Uawa Councillor, supporting the technology development of our tamariki and kaumatua. Wananei"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 14:30:22 +1300

      "Pat Seymour our Uawa Councillor supporting regional development in tourism and technology...regenerating communities from within."

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:59:25 +1300

      "Laurelie Rangiwai tautoko Tolaga Bay Innovation to create technology and tourism developments on the East Coast and keep our home fires burning"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:57:49 +1300

      "John Burema supporting regional development in our rural homelands"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:55:37 +1300

      "Anne Paaka supporting the Tolaga Bay Innovation project..ka mau te wehi"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:54:17 +1300

      "Bessie Eyles helping to create technology and tourism in our historical Tolaga Bay Inn"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:41:39 +1300

      "Margaret Jones supporting our historical Tolaga Bay Innovation to keep our home fires burning"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:40:07 +1300

      "Mason Jones onboard with the kaupapa, to keep our home fires burning"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:38:42 +1300

      "Wayne Truman supporting the cause... awesome"

      Tolaga Pledge
      2018-10-26 11:37:30 +1300

      "Murray Duncan from Tolaga Bowling club supporting Tolaga Bay Innovation..woo hoo"

      Followers of Tolaga Bay Innovation

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 31/10/2018 at 11:00 PM.