More than $1 million in funding has been shared among 66 Canterbury charities.
Community organisations received grants ranging from $5000 to $50,000 from the Vodafone Foundation Canterbury Fund's 2012 round of funding.
The foundation announced the recipients of $1.1 million in funding today.
Te Ora Hou Otautahi general manager Jono Campbell said the $47,901 grant his organisation received allowed it to continue to offer its services.
''With so much change over the last two years, [this grant] means we still have a base we can operate from,'' he said.
Te Ora Hou Otautahi's office space was red-stickered after the February 2011 earthquake and the grant will be used to build new offices.
Campbell said the organisation helped young people who may be having a ''rocky'' time.
The Gap Filler Trust received $50,000 to establish a youth development programme, where young people can build projects of their own design on empty sites around Christchurch, and the Canterbury Secondary School Mountain Bike Club received $30,000 to build six ''pump tracks'' in Christchurch.
The fund was established in 2011 as a joint initiative by the Vodafone Foundation and the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust to help Cantabrians affected by the earthquakes.
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