The W. D. Booth Estate Foundation
- In March 2018 The W. D. Booth Estate Foundation recently contributed $9000 to Community Care TASMANIA to support our upgrade of office IT equipment. This will enable us to deliver more client services more efficiently.
- Previously The W.D. Booth Estate Foundation has donated $8,000 to help develop this website and the Dial an Angel Service. We are very grateful for all their support.
Since 2000 the money generated from the late Winifred Booth's estate has provided $4 million to Tasmanian charities and community programs with a focus on health, youth and the arts. To find out more contact the W. D. Booth Foundation.
The Australian Government’s Better Access to Palliative Care in Tasmania Programme
- In July 2015 Community Care Tasmania received $9,190 through the Tasmanian Association for
Hospice & Palliative Care (TAHPC), to produce a bilingual English
and Nepali resource booklet Caring for the Aged Bhutanese Nepali Community at Home. Since then TAHPC has made an additional grant to fund
a second print run. To find out more contact TAHPC.
Tasmanian Community Fund
- From January 2016 $74,304 was granted to enable Community Care TASMANIA to employ three Bhutanese Support Workers to run the Community Connections program for three years - until December
2018. The Community Connections Program tackles social isolation among
older members of the Bhutanese/Nepalese community. It will introduce
them to places and services available to them in their new community and
show them how they can access the places and services they need. To find out more contact the Tasmanian Community Fund.
Department of Health & Human Services Gambling Support Program.
- Community Care TASMANIA was awarded $11,000 from May 2016-April 2018 to assist in offsetting the Community Connections excursion costs and weekly room hire. It will cover the site entrance fees for group members as well as fuel costs and the hire of the the Migrant Resource Centre Hall, 21 Haig St, Mowbray - the venue used for the group’s weekly gatherings.