Are you a business or community group seeking financial assistance? Below is a list of funding and grant schemes that may be of assistance (in alphabetical order):
- Artsbridge Connect
- Business Tas
- Department of Health and Human Services – innovation grants that promote healthy lifestyles
- Department of Premier & Cabinet
- Department of Community Tasmania– community grants, sport and recreation grants
- Department of State Growth – various grant streams such as arts, business, events, regional and tourism
- Tasmanian Institute of Sport
- Ticket to Play – grants assisting young people to play sport
- Australia Council for the Arts
- Blackspot Program
- Employment Assistance Fund
- New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS)
- NRM – National Landcare Program
- Transition to Independent Living Allowance (TILA)
- Australian Communities Foundation
- Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal – Back to School Program
- Global Fund for Women
- Mantana Foundation for Young People
- Para-Sport Equipment Fund
- Rural Business Tasmania
- Telstra’s Disability Equipment Program
- Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards
- Tasmanian Community Fund General Grants Programs
- Qantas Regional Grants
- Download and use the ASBFEO FitsME – Essential guide to business funding to help understand the types of funding available and the steps to increase your chance of securing funding.
- ASIC’s Moneysmart provides borrowing tips for loans and other types of credit such as interest-free deals and rent-to-buy, and information about credit reports and credit repair.
- The Grants Link portal is user friendly tool to help you find potential funding.
- Business Tasmania’s Starting a Business Guide is a useful tool for entrepreneurs that will take you through each step of starting a business and help you understand what’s ahead
- Small Business Grants Finimpact – How to Apply & Win?
- The Tasmanian Dairy Industry Authority (TDIA) administers dairy food safety legislation at federal, state and local government level. Dairy premises are required by law to be licensed by TDIA. Click here to see the poster outlining when to contact the THIA: by phone on 03 6478 4100, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.tdia.tas.gov.au
- Search for local business on the MisterWhat business directory. A useful tip is to use the ‘Cities in Tasmania’ and click on (for example), ‘P’ to find business in Penguin.
- Register on the Do Not Call Register (industry or consumer tab) to stop those annoying telemarketing calls.
- The Australian Bereavement Register is a free service to consumers, which helps stop unwanted direct mail being sent to the deceased, thus reducing the risk of distress this causes to the surviving relatives and friends.
- Metro Bus Service
- Companion Card