Organisations and Projects Funding Under the 2014-15 Community Support Levy Charitable Organisations Grants Program

The Community Support Levy is derived from profits of gaming machines in hotels and clubs and is held in trust by the Department of Treasury and Finance. The Grants are administered through the Gambling Support Program within the Department of Health and Human Services.

Up to $15 000 (plus GST) per organisation was available in this grants round.

The focus of the 2014-2015 grants round was building capacity in individuals, families and communities. Projects will build on the strengths of local communities to provide Tasmanians with opportunities for greater physical and mental health and wellbeing.

The successful applicants are listed below.

Organisation Name

Project Title

Amount Funded
(inc GST)

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Council
(sponsoring  the Tasmanian Users Health and Support League)

Families Living Healthily With Hepatitis C

 $16 500

Bucaan Community House

Eat Well, Move More & Stress Less!

 $15 112

Colony 47

Beyond Random Acts - Re-engaging Families With The Community

 $10 590

Housing Choices Tasmania

Living With Confidence

 $6 716

Impact Communities

Coaching Young People For Success

 $15 378

Jireh House

Commercial Dryer

 $2 100

Jordan River Service 
(sponsoring Pete's Community Workshed)

Wood Working With Our Community

 $1 567

Launceston City Mission

Building Physical Strength To Battle Demons

 $12 661

Lifeline Tasmania

Suicide Prevention Training For Young People

 $8 360

Maranoa Heights Community Centre

Thriving Communities, Healthy Families - PLAY!

 $3 168

Migrant Resource Centre

Multicultural Youth: Learning and Leading

 $14 750

Oatlands District High School Association

Improving Literacy in Central Tasmania

 $9 500

Pathways Tasmania

Cycling To Good Health And Resilience

 $15 950

Clarence PCYC

Youth Action

 $10 700

Rosebery Community House

A Community Keepsake

 $5 940

STAR Tasmania

Respite Equipment Purchase and Upgrade

 $6 142

Tasmanian Association of PCYC

Devonport Mobile Activity and Support Service

 $14 250

Youth Futures

Rural Employability Skills

 $5 700