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.

Kingston Beach Surf Life Saving Club

Funding will help with the purchase of first aid safety equipment for the club.

Wynyard Community Mens Shed

Funding will be used to purchase a shipping container for the Mens Shed to have a safe storage area for their materials.

Strahan Parents Involved Playgroup

Funding will be used to purchase new craft supplies that children up to five years of age can use. Some of their existing supplies are over ten years old.

Bicheno Primary School Association

The school playground has recently had all large trees removed due to a terminal fungus, which has left students with no shade. Funding will help go towards the purchase and construction of a new shaded area.

Wynyard Yacht Club Inc

Funds will help to purchase 14 new life jackets for members of the club.

Goodstart Early Learning Glenorchy

The funds will be used to purchase new child restraints for their bus which will allow educators to take children out on excursions.

Tasmanian School Canteen Association

A mobile "pop up" canteen has been constructed to educate children around Tasmania on healthy eating. Funds will be used to purchase cooking utensils to help stock the canteen.

Latrobe Fire Brigade

The funds will be put towards updating the safety equipment used to help assist a variety of emergencies.

Spring Bay Shed

The Spring Bay Shed acts as a role in supporting the local community with repair and build services. Funds will be used to puchase a new drill set to help continue this support.

​Legana District Lions Club

Funds will be used to purchase a new AED (Automated External Defibrillator) for emergency use to the Legana public.

Eastside Lutheran College

Funds will go towards the purchase of a new AED (Automated External Defibrillator) for emergency use at the local community hall.

North West Bay Venturer Unit

Funds will be used to purchase new life jackets and allow the unit to conduct sailing activities with its members.

More information

If you would like notification of the opening of the next round in October 2018, or if you would like any information about the Fund, please email