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

  • $2 million

    More than $2 million has been awarded by the Board to organisations or projects focused on improving the lives or providing services to senior or elderly Tasmanians.

  • $270,000

    The Board has awarded nearly $270 000 to significant public gardens (National Rose Garden, Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden and Tasmanian Bushland Garden).
  • $1.29 million

    The Board has awarded over $1.29 million to community bands, orchestras and choirs for the purchase of instruments, uniforms and upgrading of infrastructure.