Community access to video conferencing grants

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The grant application period has now closed.

In response to social distancing restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic Primary Health Tasmania implemented a small grants initiative to help not-for-profit groups, clubs and organisations stay connected via videoconferencing.

Grants of up to $230.00 were provided to contribute towards the purchase of an annual video conferencing subscription.

A total of 152 grants were approved:

  • 68 sport and recreation clubs
  • 21 neighbourhood houses and community centres
  • 21 heath or care-giving organisations
  • 43 other groups.

Applicants used their videoconferencing licences to connect with members and to conduct training, events, presentations and performances.

Applications opened on 15 April 2020 and closed on 30 June 2020.

The grant application period has now closed.

In response to social distancing restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic Primary Health Tasmania implemented a small grants initiative to help not-for-profit groups, clubs and organisations stay connected via videoconferencing.

Grants of up to $230.00 were provided to contribute towards the purchase of an annual video conferencing subscription.

A total of 152 grants were approved:

  • 68 sport and recreation clubs
  • 21 neighbourhood houses and community centres
  • 21 heath or care-giving organisations
  • 43 other groups.

Applicants used their videoconferencing licences to connect with members and to conduct training, events, presentations and performances.

Applications opened on 15 April 2020 and closed on 30 June 2020.

Thank you for your interest in Primary Health Tasmania's 'Community access to video conferencing grants'. The grant application period has now closed.

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    Sorry accessing the hyperlink https://www.engagepht.com.au/community-access?tool=survey_tool&tool_id=vc-grant#tool_tab still does not give me the online application form if you can please advise how I can access it. Thanks and kind regards

    Robin Krabbe asked about 2 years ago

    Please email us at engage@primaryhealthtas.com.au and we will reply to you with a PDF copy of the survey. You will need to complete the survey via hardcopy and email it back to us at engage@primaryhealthtas.com.au or post it to: Primary Health Tasmania, GPO Box 1827, Hobart TAS 7001.

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    I cannot find the online grant application form, it does not appear under the tab on this web page, can you please advise how to access the form. Kind regards Robin

    Robin Krabbe asked over 2 years ago

    Thank you for your question today. If you are still unable to view the application form under the 'Grant Application Form' tab here is a hyperlink direct to the form: https://www.engagepht.com.au/community-access?tool=survey_tool&tool_id=vc-grant#tool_tab - please get back to us should you require further assistance.

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    Can a community group based and operating in Tasmania auspiced by a NFP registered charity based on the mainland apply?

    Greg asked over 2 years ago

    Thank you for your question. Community groups which are auspiced by a mainland-based not-for-profit organisation but which operate in Tasmania, are eligible to apply for these grants.

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    Where a club does not have a street address only a PO Box What address should be used for example executive Member? President?

    Robert & Debra Scott asked over 2 years ago

    Thank you for your question. In the case where a group/club/organisation only has a PO Box address we ask that you provide the street address of either the authorising officer (the person you identify at Q.5)  or primary contact person (the person you identify at Q.11). Please be assured we take our privacy obligations seriously and our collection, use and disclosure of information is regulated by the Australian Privacy Principles. You can read more here: https://www.engagepht.com.au/privacy.

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