Seventeen projects received a total of $542,471. Successful projects include a conference on NZSL interpreting and teaching, developing vital healthcare information in NZSL and recording NZSL stories from Deaf people with experience of mental illness or addiction.
24 projects received a total of $751,114. Successful projects include the development of a youth mentorship programme, a series of NZSL Immersion Courses in Otago where there is very limited access to NZSL for families with Deaf children and a national conference for families with Deaf children.
14 projects received a total of $900,000 funding including the development of the NZSL Online Dictionary, to a theatre performance that has been developed in both NZSL and spoken English, designed to be accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences, to extending a NZSL for Families course.