The Tasmanian Community Fund was established in 1999 following the sale of the Trust Bank. The Fund provides grants to not-for-profit organisations and is administered by an independent board. Learn more...
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Fast Facts

  • $7.84 million

    The Board has awarded a combined $7.84 million to The Salvation Army, Anglicare, Red Cross, Common Ground, Lifeline, Mission Australia, Smith Family UnitingCare, St Vincent de Paul and Colony 47 for infrastructure, equipment and program costs to assist them to support Tasmanians in need.

  • Community

    There have been a total of 19 community members appointed to the Board since 2000 – ten women and nine men.

  • 2000

    The first funding round was in 2000.