1 July 2020
The grants are to be used to continue regular activities online, to bring in guest speakers, to provide training to volunteers or club members or simply to check-in with people who are isolated or lonely.
Primary Health Tasmania launched the small grants program in mid-April, inviting non-profit groups, clubs and community organisations to apply for a 12-month Zoom licence. Thanks to your support and promotion, 127 Tasmanian community organisations have received funding to stay connected via video conferencing to date.
The grants program closes at the end of June 2020 and funding is still available.