The Tasmanian State Advisory Forum is a great opportunity for you to meet with other consumers, families and carers. We\’d love to hear your ideas and experiences to help us advocate for improved mental health services.
Ahpra is committed to increasing diversity and social inclusion. Applications are strongly encouraged from young people, people with a disability, people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQA+ and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
With a federal election looming, charities and not-for-profits might want to know how they can lawfully engage in advocacy during the election in order to follow their mission. The Human Rights Law Centre has produced this guide which is designed to step you through your obligations under these laws.
The program includes a financial assistance payment, goods and services and other supports available to someone leaving a violent partner and needing support with finances. Up to $5,000 will be available for people who are eligible, with packages tailored to their needs.
Applications are now open for the Professor Kate Warner AC Scholarship 2022, to assist an emerging Volunteer Manager/Coordinator to further their education, knowledge and skills through professional development opportunities.
Do you know someone who has been particularly inspirational?Or whose contributions to the local community have really stood out?A young person deserving of recognition?The people behind an outstanding local event or initiative? Please nominate them for the Hobart Community Awards! It is a wonderfulway for us all to say ‘thank you’. Nominations are open for the following award categories: ·
Palliative Care Tasmania is pleased to announce the launch of the fifth annual Tasmanian Palliative Care Awards, celebrating compassion and excellence in the care of those who are living with a life-limiting illness, dying or grieving in Tasmania.
The Calvary Community Council was established by Calvary Health Care Tasmania to reach out and provide assistance to Tasmanian people in need, reflecting our Catholic social justice tradition and Calvary’s commitment to caring for marginalised and vulnerable people.
The Young Carer Bursary supports young carers to continue their education or training. The programs offers 1,000 bursaries nationally of $3,000 per successful application.
The Carers Small Grants Program celebrates and promotes the contribution of carers to their communities with funding available to support Carers Week events run by local organisations across the state and to increase awareness of services available to carers.