Round 31 funding announcements will be made in mid-December 2015.
Round 32 of the Tasmanian Community Fund will open on 23 January 2016. Organisations considering applying are encouraged to discuss their project idea with Tasmanian Community Fund staff prior to or early in the grant round.
Community Infrastructure Targeted Round
The community infrastructure targeted round will open on 14 May 2016. Guidelines and application forms will be available on the Tasmanian Community Fund website closer to the opening date.
Second Echo Ensemble
The Second Echo Ensemble (SEE) is an independent, integrated performance group, which has been producing dynamic collaborative physical theatre works since 2005. SEE aims to act as a catalyst for change in both performance and disability through the creation and presentation of exceptional theatre. More...
The 2015 Tasmanian Community Fund Annual Report is now available on-line. To view a copy of the annual report click here.
Tasmanian Community Fund GPO Box 1350, Hobart 7001 www.tascomfund.org
Imagine what you can do with just $5. Buy a cup of coffee or a small snack? Now imagine what an Aussie farmer can do with just $5. Invest in the future of sustainable farming practices and for our future? Actionable. Achievable. Real results for our future with just $5. Click here
While you and I might easily spend $5 on a coffee or a small snack, an Aussie farmer must sell 14kgs of potatoes or 12 ½kgs of pumpkins to earn that amount. As part of our From Farm to Fork campaign this December, we are asking you to help support our farmers by donating just $5 to our annual Christmas Appeal. If 8,000 people donate $5, together we can raise $40,000 to help our Aussie farmers at a time when they need help most.
Your investment will go into our solutions Christmas fund to help our Aussie farmers invest in innovative and sustainable projects for future generations and allow them to continue to provide us food for the future. Donate NOW
Imagine, your small Christmas present of $5 will help us find and fund Aussie farmers who are prepared to implement innovative and sustainable farming practices that will reduce the impact on our environment, secure the future of our food and help our farmers become more climate resilient.
This is how your donation can make a difference:
Meet the Riggs family, owners of Lakefield Station in the NT. Their innovative farming practices have reduced degradation, environmental impacts, over-grazing and Co2 emissions and increased productivity from their cattle herd.
The Mallee Sustainable Farming group in SA was established almost 20 years ago. With low rainfall in the area, the group has embraced innovative farming practices to improve soil surface and minimise soil disturbance, resulting in improved management of their natural resources and productivity of their land.
Meet Craig and Tanya Davis, the couple who developed a dairy effluent management system to utilise 100% of their farm’s waste products. Their work resulted in a 40% saving in phosphorous & potassium fertiliser inputs, which allowed them to expand operations and launch a sustainable milk product called Green Pastures Milk.
These Aussie farmers were all finalists in our Landcare Sustainable farming practices award in 2014 and are undertaking the types of projects your donation will go towards. We are looking to fund the next generation of Aussie farmers to implement these projects and help share their ideas with other farmers throughout Australia. Your donation is a needed investment in our future.
Actionable. Achievable. Real results for our future with just $5. Click here
If we can get $5 from just 8,000 people, we will raise $40,000 which will help us invest for our future and for future generations to come.
Help us get 8,000 people and forward this email to your friends, family and colleagues.
Hi Bushcarers, thanks to everyone who visited us at the Sustainable Living Festival. Over 700 Tasmanian native plants were given to the community! A big thank you to all those people who sent nominations in for the Golden Secateurs Award - nominations are now closed. I hope to see you all at the Bushcare BBQ, where the winner will be announced, and we all catch up and celebrate Bushcare's 22nd year! Please encourage your group members and supporters to RSVP and attend. I look forward to seeing you all soon!
- Lisa Cawthen, Bushcare Coordinator
City of Hobart Bushcare Stall, Sustainable Living Festival, October 2015
Knocklofty Open Day
I hope you will join Friends of Knocklofty Reserve at the Knocklofty Open Day. It will be a terrific FREE event. Everyone is welcome.