Clarissa Adriel, Dudley Billing and Jo-Anne Fearman
To create a game that elicits conversations on leadership, community and social cohesion. Featuring stories from local Tasmanian leaders in order to demystify leadership, Cards About Humanity helps to unlock potential in people who don’t see themselves as leaders, and perpetuate the understanding that all Tasmanian’s have the opportunity to dream big and make a difference
David Craig and Leanne Johannesen
To develop a strategy to enable the Hobart Hacker Space to increase capacity and skills within the community.
Dorothy Roberts and Jann Williams
To build relationships with stakeholders, engage partners, and make grant submissions towards developing a Northern Family Care Centre, located at the Door of Hope facility.
Gideon Cordover, Meahd Bradshaw, Amy Bailey and Megan Denne
A social inclusion project celebrating the diversity of Tasmanian citizens through native revegetation and interactive storytelling, while creating connection to land and community.
Rachael French, Kate Gillham and Trish O’Duffy
Develop a network and tools for Tasmanian Community Sector workers for the practices that enhance and support wellbeing.
Scott Carlin, Shelley Graham and Tegan Pearce
To undertake a bird survey of Lavinia State Reserve, King Island and to develop marketing and communication materials that can be used to run an annual bird survey for the longer term.
Shane Guy, Khadga Thapa, Jackie Hallam and Anna Howard
Supporting Albie House’s mission to give hope to youth at risk of suicide and those living with its effects by assisting the organisation to create a strong framework based on research and implementation of strategies to explore funding opportunities.