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.
The City of Hobart grants program supports community-driven activities that make a real difference for people and communities.
This two-day course will help participants understand the impact of trauma across the lifespan and that each individual’s response to trauma is unique.
Applications for the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) 2021/22 Not-for-Profit Scholarships Program are open until Friday 20 August 2021. The AICD is committed to improving society through world-class governance and our Not-for-Profit Scholarships Program is a key component of this commitment.
The \’I am Somebody\’ project honours the unique stories of community members who have experienced homelessness. It explores the impacts that living without a home has had on people’s lives. It also highlights the assistance they have received from others to help them overcome personal and systemic barriers and move beyond stigma, inequity and adversity.
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.