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Guidelines and Application Form

Closing Date is 3 July 2017

Hepatitis Queensland is offering small grants for deadly projects to happen in the Cairns and Hinterland or Cape and Torres regions.

Aims of the program:

  • has a hepatitis B focus
  • has an aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus

What events/activities could be funded?

Events/Activities could include:

  • community events (picnics, healthy eating activities such as fresh fruit available for a week, juice van, cultural/arts activities, get active program, face painting, coffee van, raffle or temporary tattoos)
  • displays (information stalls or media events)

Other events/activities will be considered.

The following will not be funded:

  • wages and other employment costs
  • financial support for an individual
  • activities conducted or delivered outside Queensland of the specified regions

How will applications be assessed?

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • the event/activity contributes to the aims of the project
  • the event/activity will be conducted as close to or on World Hepatitis Day (28 July)

Hepatitis Queensland and Cairns Sexual Health reserves the right to award, or not award, a grant at its sole discretion, and no further correspondence on an application will be considered.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application no later than Friday 7 July, 2017.

Note that grant funds:

  • can be paid only to the bank account of the applicant organisation
  • can be paid only on receipt of an invoice including GST from the applicant organisation.

Successful applicants will be required to invoice Hepatitis Queensland for the agreed amount inclusive of GST. On receipt of an invoice, Hepatitis Queensland will deposit the funds directly via EFT. All invoices should be marked for the attention of Trish McKenna at whd@hepqld.asn.au

What are the reporting requirements?

Successful applicants will only need to supply HQ with:

  • number of people that attended your event/activity
  • feedback collected from participants and service providers
  • photos of your event (where those photographed have given their consent), for possible use in HQ’s newsletter or website.

What will I be provided with?

Successful applicants will be provided with free WHD resources.

Where can I get more information?

For more information please contact Trish McKenna on whd@hepqld.asn.au or 3846 0020.

 

To apply for a HQ World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grant, please click here.

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Guidelines and Application Form

Closing Date is 3 July 2017

Hepatitis Queensland is offering small grants for deadly projects to happen in the Cairns and Hinterland or Cape and Torres regions.

Aims of the program:

  • has a hepatitis B focus
  • has an aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus

What events/activities could be funded?

Events/Activities could include:

  • community events (picnics, healthy eating activities such as fresh fruit available for a week, juice van, cultural/arts activities, get active program, face painting, coffee van, raffle or temporary tattoos)
  • displays (information stalls or media events)

Other events/activities will be considered.

The following will not be funded:

  • wages and other employment costs
  • financial support for an individual
  • activities conducted or delivered outside Queensland of the specified regions

How will applications be assessed?

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • the event/activity contributes to the aims of the project
  • the event/activity will be conducted as close to or on World Hepatitis Day (28 July)

Hepatitis Queensland and Cairns Sexual Health reserves the right to award, or not award, a grant at its sole discretion, and no further correspondence on an application will be considered.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application no later than Friday 7 July, 2017.

Note that grant funds:

  • can be paid only to the bank account of the applicant organisation
  • can be paid only on receipt of an invoice including GST from the applicant organisation.

Successful applicants will be required to invoice Hepatitis Queensland for the agreed amount inclusive of GST. On receipt of an invoice, Hepatitis Queensland will deposit the funds directly via EFT. All invoices should be marked for the attention of Trish McKenna at whd@hepqld.asn.au

What are the reporting requirements?

Successful applicants will only need to supply HQ with:

  • number of people that attended your event/activity
  • feedback collected from participants and service providers
  • photos of your event (where those photographed have given their consent), for possible use in HQ’s newsletter or website.

What will I be provided with?

Successful applicants will be provided with free WHD resources.

Where can I get more information?

For more information please contact Trish McKenna on whd@hepqld.asn.au or 3846 0020.

 

To apply for a HQ World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grant, please click here.

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Guidelines and Application Form

Closing Date is 3 July 2017

Hepatitis Queensland is offering small grants for deadly projects to happen in the Cairns and Hinterland or Cape and Torres regions.

Aims of the program:

  • has a hepatitis B focus
  • has an aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus

What events/activities could be funded?

Events/Activities could include:

  • community events (picnics, healthy eating activities such as fresh fruit available for a week, juice van, cultural/arts activities, get active program, face painting, coffee van, raffle or temporary tattoos)
  • displays (information stalls or media events)

Other events/activities will be considered.

The following will not be funded:

  • wages and other employment costs
  • financial support for an individual
  • activities conducted or delivered outside Queensland of the specified regions

How will applications be assessed?

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • the event/activity contributes to the aims of the project
  • the event/activity will be conducted as close to or on World Hepatitis Day (28 July)

Hepatitis Queensland and Cairns Sexual Health reserves the right to award, or not award, a grant at its sole discretion, and no further correspondence on an application will be considered.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application no later than Friday 7 July, 2017.

Note that grant funds:

  • can be paid only to the bank account of the applicant organisation
  • can be paid only on receipt of an invoice including GST from the applicant organisation.

Successful applicants will be required to invoice Hepatitis Queensland for the agreed amount inclusive of GST. On receipt of an invoice, Hepatitis Queensland will deposit the funds directly via EFT. All invoices should be marked for the attention of Trish McKenna at whd@hepqld.asn.au

What are the reporting requirements?

Successful applicants will only need to supply HQ with:

  • number of people that attended your event/activity
  • feedback collected from participants and service providers
  • photos of your event (where those photographed have given their consent), for possible use in HQ’s newsletter or website.

What will I be provided with?

Successful applicants will be provided with free WHD resources.

Where can I get more information?

For more information please contact Trish McKenna on whd@hepqld.asn.au or 3846 0020.

 

To apply for a HQ World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grant, please click here.

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Guidelines and Application Form

Closing Date is 3 July 2017

Hepatitis Queensland is offering small grants for deadly projects to happen in the Cairns and Hinterland or Cape and Torres regions.

Aims of the program:

  • has a hepatitis B focus
  • has an aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus

What events/activities could be funded?

Events/Activities could include:

  • community events (picnics, healthy eating activities such as fresh fruit available for a week, juice van, cultural/arts activities, get active program, face painting, coffee van, raffle or temporary tattoos)
  • displays (information stalls or media events)

Other events/activities will be considered.

The following will not be funded:

  • wages and other employment costs
  • financial support for an individual
  • activities conducted or delivered outside Queensland of the specified regions

How will applications be assessed?

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • the event/activity contributes to the aims of the project
  • the event/activity will be conducted as close to or on World Hepatitis Day (28 July)

Hepatitis Queensland and Cairns Sexual Health reserves the right to award, or not award, a grant at its sole discretion, and no further correspondence on an application will be considered.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application no later than Friday 7 July, 2017.

Note that grant funds:

  • can be paid only to the bank account of the applicant organisation
  • can be paid only on receipt of an invoice including GST from the applicant organisation.

Successful applicants will be required to invoice Hepatitis Queensland for the agreed amount inclusive of GST. On receipt of an invoice, Hepatitis Queensland will deposit the funds directly via EFT. All invoices should be marked for the attention of Trish McKenna at whd@hepqld.asn.au

What are the reporting requirements?

Successful applicants will only need to supply HQ with:

  • number of people that attended your event/activity
  • feedback collected from participants and service providers
  • photos of your event (where those photographed have given their consent), for possible use in HQ’s newsletter or website.

What will I be provided with?

Successful applicants will be provided with free WHD resources.

Where can I get more information?

For more information please contact Trish McKenna on whd@hepqld.asn.au or 3846 0020.

 

To apply for a HQ World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grant, please click here.

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World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grants Application Guidelines


Guidelines and Application Form

Closing Date is 3 July 2017

Hepatitis Queensland is offering small grants for deadly projects to happen in the Cairns and Hinterland or Cape and Torres regions.

Aims of the program:

  • has a hepatitis B focus
  • has an aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus

What events/activities could be funded?

Events/Activities could include:

  • community events (picnics, healthy eating activities such as fresh fruit available for a week, juice van, cultural/arts activities, get active program, face painting, coffee van, raffle or temporary tattoos)
  • displays (information stalls or media events)

Other events/activities will be considered.

The following will not be funded:

  • wages and other employment costs
  • financial support for an individual
  • activities conducted or delivered outside Queensland of the specified regions

How will applications be assessed?

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • the event/activity contributes to the aims of the project
  • the event/activity will be conducted as close to or on World Hepatitis Day (28 July)

Hepatitis Queensland and Cairns Sexual Health reserves the right to award, or not award, a grant at its sole discretion, and no further correspondence on an application will be considered.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

All applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application no later than Friday 7 July, 2017.

Note that grant funds:

  • can be paid only to the bank account of the applicant organisation
  • can be paid only on receipt of an invoice including GST from the applicant organisation.

Successful applicants will be required to invoice Hepatitis Queensland for the agreed amount inclusive of GST. On receipt of an invoice, Hepatitis Queensland will deposit the funds directly via EFT. All invoices should be marked for the attention of Trish McKenna at whd@hepqld.asn.au

What are the reporting requirements?

Successful applicants will only need to supply HQ with:

  • number of people that attended your event/activity
  • feedback collected from participants and service providers
  • photos of your event (where those photographed have given their consent), for possible use in HQ’s newsletter or website.

What will I be provided with?

Successful applicants will be provided with free WHD resources.

Where can I get more information?

For more information please contact Trish McKenna on whd@hepqld.asn.au or 3846 0020.

 

To apply for a HQ World Hepatitis Day 2017 Small Grant, please click here.

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