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RACT Community Fund - Recent recipients

RACT is committed to providing assistance to grassroots community organisations, often operated by volunteers, to help them deliver local projects that help improve the lives of their community.

​​​​​Twice annually​​,​​ RACT offers grants of up to $2,000 to not-for-profit groups through the RACT Community Fund.

To demonstrate the amazing work that community and non-profit groups do, we would like to introduce you to recipients of the most recent round , and thank the other applicants for their efforts and interest in the RACT Community Grants​​ Fund.

Community Exchange Group

New books and learning tools will help assist the community to up-cycle and re-cycle at the West Coast Community Exchange in Zeehan.

LOUD PIPES BIG HEARTS TAS. Inc

A portable coolroom/bbq trailer will make it possible for Loud Pipes Big Hearts to attend more remote areas to help feed the homeless, elderly and other charity organisations.

Koonya Garlic Festival

The festival encourages the use of reusable water bottles to reinforce care for the environment. Our grant will support them to have access to free bottles available at the event.

Saint Joseph’s Primary School Parents and Friends committee

A new kitchen aid mixer will help expose students to gain new skills and knowledge about the importance of healthy eating in Rosebery.

Devonport Lapidary Club Inc

Learning unique lapidary skills is very popular for schools and special needs students. A new pellet heating system will help the club continue to grow and be able to run more workshops all year round

Bluehills Sporting Shooters Club

A safe environment is needed for the local community when it comes to learning skills in archery. The purchase of new bows and targets will help assist with this.

Burnie Community House

The installation of new kitchen benches and utensils will help assist the community house grow and be able to have more volunteers in the kitchen at once.

Southern Support School Association

Catering for approximately 98 students with disabilities, a new coffee machine will be a great tool for the senior students to gain new independent skills.

Eastcoast Regional Development Organisation Inc

The installation of lighting will help the studio come to life and provide ongoing paper making and pottery programs for children in the Triabunna area.

Launceston Life Saving Club Inc

The assistance of a new Automated External Defibrillator will help the club assist multiple sites at once for the local community along the coastline of North and North East of Tasmania.​

More information

If you would like notification of the opening of the next round, in March 2017, or if you would like any information about the Fund, please contact Ali Tope on 6236 4325 or email communityfund@ract.com.au.