Organisations and Projects Funded Under the 2017-2018 Community Support Levy Charitable Organisations Grants Program
The Community Support Levy (CSL) is derived from the profits of electronic gaming machines in hotels and clubs and is held in trust by the Department of Treasury and Finance. CSL Charitable Organisations Grants Program grants are administered through the Gambling Support Program within the Department of Health and Human Services.
Grants of up to $15 000 (plus GST) per organisation were available in the 2017-2018 CSL Grants Round.
Applications were invited for projects that maximise the health and well-being of vulnerable groups and communities.
The focus of the grants round was building capacity and resilience in individuals, families and communities. Projects will build on the strengths of local communities to provide Tasmanians with opportunities for greater health and wellbeing.
The successful applicants are listed below.
|Organisation Name||Project Title||Amount Funded |
Arthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania
Interactive Displays of Aids for Daily Living
Australian Red Cross
Good Grief Program
Child Health Association
Community Food Hub Workshops
East Coast Regional Development Organisation
Workshop for The Village Woodworkers
Furneaux Islands Community Shed
Woodworking Equipment and Defibrillator
Hobart Women's Shelter
|Glenorchy Bystander Intervention Project|
Feed My Family
|Independent Living Centre (Tas)|
Eye Gaze Communication Device for Client Demonstration
King Island Childcare and Early Learning Centre
KI Kids Play, Learn and Grow
Migrant Resource Centre
Therapeutic Hydrotherapy Group
Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania
Tech To The Regions
Northern Suburbs Community Centre
Phoenix Community House
Babies, Toddlers and Beyond
Riding for the Disabled St Helens
New Horse and Saddle to Accommodate Clients
Rural Alive & Well
Mental Health First Aid Training for Flinders and King Islands
Self Help Workplace
Gardening and Site Maintenance Service
Surf Life Saving Tasmania
Aquatic Safety and Inclusion Program for People with a Disability
Tasmanian School Canteen Association
Accessibility for All Abilities