Healthy Focus grants support action on Healthy Tasmania focus areas: priority populations, health literacy, mental health and wellbeing, active living, eating well, smoke-free communities, reducing alcohol harm, and climate change and health.
Healthy Focus grants are from $20,000 to $100,000 for projects or activities up to two years.
A total of $4.72 million will be available over two open competitive grant rounds and through targeted expressions of interest.
A total of $2 million is available for Round 1.
To be eligible for a Healthy Focus grant, your organisation must:
• Be an incorporated not-for-profit legal entity, or be sponsored by an incorporated not-for-profit legal entity. This includes local government.
• Have an office, branch or presence in Tasmania and plan to do your project in Tasmania.
If your organisation is not an incorporated not-for-profit legal entity, but you meet all other eligibility criteria, your application can be sponsored by an organisation that is.
If your application is sponsored, you must provide the sponsoring organisation’s details and a letter of support in your application form.
Healthy Focus grants support action on Healthy Tasmania focus areas:
• Priority populations
• Health literacy
• Mental health and wellbeing
• Active living
• Eating well
• Smoke-free communities
• Reducing alcohol harm
• Climate change and health.