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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Cancer Institute NSW to fund grants to improve Indigenous cancer outcomes

Date posted: 28 March 2012

The Cancer Institute of New South Wales (NSW) is seeking expressions of interest in three new grants to support organisations working to improve cancer outcomes.

As part of the Institute's Cancer services and information (CSI) cross-divisional program, grants will be provided to stakeholders, to either extend a current activity, or undertake a discrete small piece of work that are consistent with the below initiatives:

The Institute will work through the provision of $600,000 to provide grants, which will be allocated via an expression of interest process. The grants are one off and any activities undertaken must be sustainable without further funding from the Cancer Institute NSW.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by 9 April 2012. Further information, including forms, can be found on the Cancer Institute NSW website.


Yvonne Weldon
Aboriginal Program Coordinator
Cancer Institute NSW
Ph: (02) 8374 3655


Last updated: 28 March 2012
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