ATDC (Alcohol Tobacco & Other Drugs Council) Tasmania Small Grants fund is now seeking applications. Areas of potential interest from past applicants include 360Edge online courses, AICD courses, online courses looking to upskill in trauma informed practice, co-morbidity, motivational interviewing or even leadership courses for managers.
The inquiry will look at consideration and management of the state-based costs of long-term care and support for people who are not eligible for the NDIS, the range of support services available to Tasmanians who are not on, or eligible for, the NDIS, funding for organisations that service those not eligible for the NDIS, workforce development and training opportunities for the disability support sector, including allied health; and any other matters incidental thereto.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated $50,000 for the 2021 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ+) Grants Program (the Program). Grants provided through the Program will assist community organisations, tertiary institutions and local government.
Hydro Tasmania is offering grants for not-for-profit community organisations based in Tasmania to help fund projects that make a real difference for people and communities.
The Tasmanian Community Fund\’s 2021 Improved Wellbeing and Workforce Engagement Strategic Initiative Rounds are now open.
26TEN opened applications for its new program titled: 26TEN Communities: Local literacy for work and life. The program offers funding of up to five years to communities where organisations and individuals demonstrate they can work together to lift adult literacy and numeracy skills.
Our new report, Collaboration through the COVID-19 crisis: lessons for systemic change, reveals how, for some people, the effects of these successive crises have been exacerbated by existing, underlying need. People who were already disadvantaged by insecure or overcrowded housing, by precarious employment, by exposure to stigma and discrimination, or who were unsafe in their own homes were hit hard by the health as well as the social and economic impacts of the pandemic.
Expressions of Interest for the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network’s (ACCAN’s) 2021 Grants Round are now open, with up to $70,000 available for successful projects.
The City of Hobart is in the process of reviewing and updating the Equal Access Strategy 2014-2019. As a vital part of this process we invite you to make comment on our current strategy and future directions.
The Mental Health Council of Tasmania have launched the Community Wellbeing Grant Program. The grant program is open to local community not-for-profit organisations and designed to facilitate local activities or events that will support communities to feel connected, build resilience and promote wellbeing.