Tasmanian Community Fund
About Tasmanian Community Fund
The Tasmanian Community Fund aims to build vibrant communities that are capable and resilient in shaping their future. They have been supporting community organisations since 1999 through the provision of grants.
They are a small team that work closely with applicants to assist in the development of grant applications. Their experienced Board assess applications to help improve the social, environmental and economic wellbeing of the Tasmanian community.
They usually offer two grant rounds a year held in early February and in July. In response to community need the Board may also hold a targeted round.
More about the fund
The Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF) provides grants to not for profit organisations for projects that benefit the Tasmanian community. The Tasmanian Community Fund arose from the sale of the Trust Bank. As part of that sale an annual appropriation was made available for a community fund to provide grants to not-for-profit organisations.
The Tasmanian Community Fund is managed by an independent Board appointed by the Governor. The TCF Board invests in projects that strengthen the Tasmanian community. Their vision is vibrant communities that are capable and resilient in shaping their future.See more