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.

Cygnet Riding Club Inc

The club will use the funds to purchase new dressage arena jumping blocks.

Bridgewater PCYC

Funding will be used to purchase new DIY kit guitars for at-risk students to work on and give back to the local community.

All Round Health and Community Care

Funding will be used to purchase a new BBQ to hold monthly BBQ's for vulnerable community members.

Seymour Community Action Group Inc

Funds will be put towards obtaining protective equipment for volunteers and herbicide for weed management.

George Town Neighbourhood House

Funds will help to purchase ingredients for ongoing cooking classes held for local community families.

Self Help Workshop Inc

Funding will be used to purchase a new rag cutter to help the workshop and community workers.

Live Well Tasmania Inc

Funds will help to insulate the kitchen area in the community centre and make available for the local community.

East Devonport Tennis Club

Funds will help to upgrade the kitchen and provide a safe hygienic area for mums and bubs.

Produce to the People Inc

An outdoor kitchen will be purchased so cooking projects can be provided for school students on the farm.

​Tassie Mums

Funds will go towards purchasing and providing child restraints for the Tassie Mums project. 

RDA Kalang Inc

Funds will help purchase new resurfacing gravel to fix the flood affected areas on the riding tracks.

More information

The next round of the RACT Community Fund opens in March 2019. If you would like any information about the Fund, please email