The Tasmanian Liberal Government acknowledges the invaluable role unpaid carers play in our community, and thanked and commended Tasmania’s hard working and dedicated carers for their commitment to supporting their family and friends.
The Tasmanian Government is launching a grants scheme to support landfill and resource recovery operators, like local councils, to have appropriate facilities to collect data on the amount and types of waste being disposed. This might include weighbridges, computer upgrades, traffic control or staff training.
Saver Plus is a free 10 month financial education and matched savings program aiming to help families and individuals to strengthen their financial skills, develop a savings habit and save for educational expenses.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated $60 000 for the 2022 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 to: increase the number of Tasmanians who are accepting of diversity; improve resilience and capacity in the LGBTIQ+ community; foster inclusion, respect and dignity
The Calvary Tasmania Community Council offers two statewide grant rounds per year for not-for-profit Tasmanian organisations to improve the health and wellbeing of marginalised and vulnerable Tasmanian communities.
The FASD Forum 2022 online conference on 13 and 14 May 2022 provides an opportunity to learn more about FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) with experts in research and experts in lived experience presenting sessions.
Hydro Tasmania\’s 2022 community grant program is now open. There are two categories: the Innovation Grant which is up to $10,000 for an organisation that is adapting to improve outcomes for their clients, and community grants up to $5,000 for community projects.
If you are parents, carers or those with lived experience in children\’s health and therapy services, this is an opportunity to participate and provide your input. Your role will be to attend and actively participate in monthly meetings and provide advice on children\’s health and therapy services and other related matters impacting children, young people, families and the Tasmanian health system.
The theme for the 2021-22 CSL Grants Round is preventing and reducing harm from gambling. The 2021-22 CSL Grants Round is seeking projects that will prevent gambling harm, reduce gambling harm or address social, environmental and/or health issues associated with gambling.
The Premier\’s Fund for Children and Young People is open for applications. The fund will create more opportunities for recreational and social opportunities for children and young people, in the areas where they live.