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Please complete the application form below to apply for a 2021 Community Wellbeing and Engagement Grant. Before you apply for a Grant, please click here to review and confirm your group or organisation is eligible. Applications close 5:00pm AEDT on Monday, 25 January 2021

Community Wellbeing Grant Program

  • General Information

  • Details for Electronic Funds Transfer (to be used if successful)
  • Your Activity or Event

  • Please provide the intended name of your activity or event. You can change this via the registration process later if need be.
  • Please provide a brief description of your proposed activity or event (200 word limit)
  • Describe your activity or event objectives/goals and how you plan to achieve them (200 word limit)
  • Please note: activities or events must be held between the 10 February to 30 June 2021.
    Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • (If you're event is planned to run over multiple days, please enter the end date)
    Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
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  • If you intend to partner with other organisations for this activity or event, please provide the organisation’s name/s and outline their involvement (200 word limit)
  • How do you plan to promote your activity or event to ensure its success, including targeting community members not already engaged with or linked to the community? (100 word limit)
  • Please describe how your event or activity will educate participants about protective wellbeing strategies and encourage help seeking behaviours. To access evidence-based resources please refer to the Community Wellbeing Grant Program webpage (200 Word Limit )
  • Please describe how your activity or event demonstrates proactive engagement with particular segments of the population  and/or people living in isolated geographical areas (i.e. culturally and linguistically diverse, Tasmanian Aboriginal people, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual and allied people (LGBTQIA+)).
  • Describe how you plan to engage with new audiences (eg. through a new event or activity, through an existing event or activity but with new participants, or an event or activity that will be different to those within the local area) AND/OR describe how the activity or event reaches people who are not connected to the broader community
  • Describe what actions you will put in place during the activity or event to safeguard the wellbeing of participants (e.g. use of safe and respectful language, access to emotional support)
  • Outline what steps you plan to take to ensure your activity or event is COVID safe
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  • You may upload additional supporting evidence, such as a more detailed budget or letters of support however this is optional only.
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  • Application Compliance and Checklist

    Please read and tick all boxes to show you understand and agree to these terms.
  • Will your activity/events be covered by Public Liability Insurance?
  • If yes, please upload your insurance cover
  • The latest Tasmanian Government requirements
  • Submitting the Grant Application

    By submitting your application, your organisation is agreeing to the following terms:

    • Applications that are not authorised and submitted by a representative of their organisation will be deemed ineligible.
    • Applications which are not successful will be notified via email and can be contacted for further information upon request.
    • All applications will be assessed by a selection panel comprising of a representative from the Mental Health Council of Tasmania, Alcohol, Tabacco and Other Drugs Council of Tasmania, Primary Health Tasmania and other appropriate community event representatives.

    I agree to the above conditions of the application process and can assert that all information provided in this application is true and accurate at the time of submitting:
  • Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • *Please be advised that MHCT will include all grant applicants on the MHCT mailing list to receive updates and information on Mental Health Week