Applications are now open for the $500,000 Community Car and Coach Fund, which will help ensure more Tasmanians can access the essential services they need, when they need to.
Applications for the $10 million Improving the Playing Field Program 2021-22 Program are now open. The program provides financial assistance to upgrade amenities at sporting facilities around Tasmania, allowing them to cater for all participants.
The City of Hobart grants program supports community-driven activities that make a real difference for people and communities. The grants can help bring your idea or project to fruition. Through cash and resource grants we invest in activities that enhance our community and culture and shape the social and economic life of the city.
Glenorchy City Council has opened the Multicultural Hub service grant. The Multicultural Hub, based in Hopkins Street, Moonah, is a vibrant transitional space for groups to gather for cultural events and activities, with priority access given to new and emerging migrant communities.
The Pinnacle Foundation provides educational scholarships, mentoring and opportunities for young LGBTIQ+ Australians to realise their full potential and overcome challenges arising from their identity. Scholarships are awarded for fulltime study at public institutions of higher education in Australia, for the purpose of gaining an educational or vocational qualification in any profession, trade or the arts.
Expressions of interest to join the Premier’s Youth Advisory Council are open now. The Premier’s Youth Advisory Council provides an invaluable opportunity for the State Government to directly hear the voices, concerns and ideas of young people from diverse backgrounds and communities on issues and policies affecting them.
The $2 million Supporting Women to Succeed Grant Program is now open. Initiatives funded under the Grant Program will address barriers to employment and participation for women, helping to attract more women into non-traditional fields, increasing recruitment, supporting retention, and promoting leadership pathways for career progression.
Jointly funded with the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters, the scholarships valued at $1000 each will help local interpreters and bi-cultural workers enrol in an online training program through RMIT University.
Whose Life is it Anyway? Leaving a Violent Abuser is the new book from influential Tasmanian and Engender Equality Advocate for Change Deborah Thomson. Her Excellency The Honourable Barbara Baker, Governor of Tasmania, will launch the title at an event hosted by the Hobart Bookshop.
YNOT (Youth Network of Tasmania) invite you to be a part of the founding team of the first Tasmanian Youth Sector Symposium by becoming an event sponsor.