Listed below are some of the many grant opportunities available to Businesses, Organisations, Groups and Artists. The list will be updated regularly.
Please contact the grant administrator for further assistance.
Cradle Coast Funding Finder
Cradle Coast Authority have created a Funding Finder to help you find available grants and register to receive updates when new grants become available.
- Business Continuity Grant
- Business Support, Grants and Loans
- Business Vehicle Registration Relief
- Primary Healthcare Grant Program
- Small Business Emergency Support Grant
- Small Business Hardship Grant
- Support available for employers
- Support for sole traders
- Regional Chambers of Commerce Grant
Additional Arts Organisations Funding – Closes Monday 6 July 2020
Tasmanian Community Fund
The Tasmanian Community Fund will be calling for small, medium and large applications that support Tasmanians and Tasmanian organisations to recover and rebuild from Covid19.
The TCF will be seeking applications across three streams:
- Support – supporting and meeting the needs of vulnerable people to ensure they are not left behind as a result of Covid19
- Connection – creating spaces and programs/processes to enable individuals and communities to reconnect and rebuild the social fabric of communities
- Rebuild– providing individual and organisational capacity building including options for realigning work and directions for the “new normal” and beyond
Small Business Support Program
The Small Business Support Program being delivered by Rural Business Tasmania (RBT) is for small rural & regional business owners who are concerned about the financial effect of Covid-19, drought and other impacts on their business.
The program aims to assist eligible small businesses to understand their financial position, then identify options and implement plans to improve their viability.
RBT has Small Business Financial Counsellors available throughout Tasmania to provide support under this program up until 30 June 2021.
Hydro Tasmania Community Grants
Following their annual Community Grant Program with a new series of COVID-19 community grants. Offering grants of up to $10,000 to help community organisations that are dealing with the ongoing impacts.
Community access to video conferencing grants
Tasmanian groups, clubs and organisations are invited to apply for a small grant to help stay connected via video conferencing.
Grants of up to $230.00 are available to contribute towards the purchase of an annual video conferencing subscription (e.g. a Zoom licence or equivalent) .
Applications are now open and close on
30 June 2020.
Support from other organisations
For the latest information on Coronavirus refer to the Department of Health Website, and the National Coronavirus Health Information Line 1800 020 080 is available for anyone requiring further information.