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Grants and Programs

Funding is available from different programs during the Centenary of ANZAC to assist projects that commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC in Tasmania.

Ideas for Community projects

Communities wishing to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC are encouraged to ideas and apply for funding for projects that might include, but are not limited to:

  • community events and activities
  • theatrical events
  • research
  • the preservation of Tasmanian World War One memorabilia and militaria
  • interpretation of sites and buildings.

Grant programs

The Centenary of ANZAC Grants Program has a total funding pool of $50,000 each year 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. The grant program will be run each Financial Year of the Great War centenary period, ending in 2017-18.

The Centenary of ANZAC website will also publicise other relevant grant programs during the course of the Centenary (2014-2018) in order to help organisations seeking funding.  Information about other grants will be published in the Centenary of ANZAC newsletter.

A range of grant programs exist to help commemorate military history. These include:

Successful community projects

It is well worth checking out other community projects that have successfully applied for grants.  These projects can be historically interesting and a source of inspiration for developing other community projects.  Information about successful grant projects may be found in the following locations.

Subscribe to Grant Alerts

It is recommended subscribing to the Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Grant Alerts in order to receive updates about available grants.