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Strong spirit strong future: promoting healthy women and pregnancies community grants

 

Overview

The Strong spirit strong future: promoting healthy women and pregnancies community grants are part of a COAG-funded project that aims to develop and deliver culturally secure Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) prevention and workforce development programs for Indigenous people.

The purpose of the community grants is to allow Indigenous communities around Western Australia to develop localised resources or activities to promote and complement the Strong spirit strong future: promoting healthy women and pregnancies project.

Applicants may want to develop a project, poster, pamphlet, booklet, fact sheet or other education initiative (one-off talks and presentations will generally not be funded as they do not form part of a comprehensive program) to educate community members about:

Applications are open to:

A maximum of $6,000 is available for each community.

Application details: Applications must be received at least two months prior to the start of the project. The grants funding pool is limited and the process will close when the pool funding is fully allocated or by 3 March.

Contacts

Michelle Gray
Senior Project Officer
Drug and Alcohol Office
7 Field Street Mt Lawley WA 6050
Email: michelle.gray@health.wa.gov.au

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Last updated: 25 March 2014
 
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