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Centenary of ANZAC Grants Program

2016-17 Grant Round now open

The Centenary of ANZAC Grants Program reflects the Tasmanian Government's commitment to supporting the Centenary of ANZAC and recognising Tasmanians who served in the Great War 1914-18. It also recognises the contribution and sacrifice made by individuals who, in the time since the Great War, have undertaken operational service as members of the Australian Defence Force.

The Grants Program has a total funding pool of $50 000 available to projects that commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC in Tasmania.

Grants up to $5 000 will be made available to eligible organisations through a competitive application process.

Priority will be given to projects that:

  • Commemorate major World War One anniversaries that will occur in 2017;
  • Commemorate other significant anniversaries of events that occurred in all wars and conflicts that Australia has participated in; and
  • Acknowledge the impact that wars have had on the Tasmanian home front; and highlight the contribution made by women and/or the Aboriginal community.

Guidelines

Application form

The Centenary of ANZAC Grant Program closes at 5pm on 16 September 2015.

Successful Grant Applicants

Read profiles about some successful Centenary of ANZAC projects

Further Information

Further information can be obtained by emailing csrgrants@dpac.tas.gov.au or by phoning 1800 204 224.