2021 Strategic Initiatives

Organisation NameProject NameProject OutlineAmount AwardedLocation
Australian Schools PlusFair Education for TasmaniaSupport 4-8 Tasmanian schools to implement a significant project that improves family and community engagement and lifts students’ learning outcomes in disadvantaged areas.$269,662.00Statewide
Burnie Local Enabling Group IncEmployment Pathways ProjectProviding key workers and wrap-around services to support jobseekers and their families in the Burnie area as they undertake employment placements and move into employment.$482,000.00Burnie
Friends of Zafira (Zafira Dostan) IncThe Working Together Project A pilot project that identifies and trials strategies to engage socially isolated people from the Hazara Community in pathways to learning and work.$259,000.00Moonah
Future Impact GroupOur Futures George TownIncreasing the visibility of young people, building their capacity to engage in decision-making and lead change in the Future Impact Group, and across the community.$491,758.36George Town
Huon Valley CouncilWholistic place-based approach to mental health and suicide prevention.The Huon Valley Council will establish a collaborative place-based program that supports a wholistic wrap-around support model, including community and volunteer services.$166,200.00Huon Valley
The Shepherd Centre - For Deaf ChildrenTSC Tasmania - A state-first intervention service for deaf childrenThe Shepherd Centre will open the first comprehensive early intervention clinic for children with hearing loss in Tasmania, ensuring equitable access to life-changing support, long-term wellbeing, and community cohesion.$500,000.00Statewide
The Smith FamilyDigital student2student (DS2S): Improving functional/digital literacy for young TasmaniansAn innovative project, combining targeted digital-access with an evidence-based literacy intervention, providing long-term education and social benefits for hundreds of disadvantaged young Tasmanians and families.$500,000.00Statewide
Women's Legal Service TasmaniaJust Healthy Families: A Pilot Tasmanian Health Justice PartnershipReducing the impact of family violence for women, children and young people by providing timely access to appropriate, person-centred help through a health justice partnership.$500,000.00Statewide