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Applications open for community access to video conferencing grants

Posted on April 16, 2020

Primary Health Tasmania invites local non-profit groups, clubs and community organisations to apply for a small grant to stay in touch via video-conferencing.

As part of our coronavirus response, we are offering small grants for community groups to support them to continue engaging via video-conferencing.

You could use video conferencing to:

  • continue your regular activities online
  • hold a special online activity, event or performance
  • bring in a guest speaker
  • provide training to your volunteers, group or club members
  • invite and involve new members
  • check in with people who are isolated or lonely.

To be eligible for a grant you need to be a Tasmanian-based non-profit community group, club or organisation with access to the internet. You will also need an Australian Business Number (ABN) or be auspiced by an organisation that has an ABN.

Eligible groups can apply for up to $230 towards an annual video conferencing subscription. Applications are now open and will close on 30 June 2020.

Click here to find out more, and apply.