Community Awareness Grants 2017
Closing date: 10.00 am AEST Thursday, 27 April 2017
The Organ and Tissue Authority (OTA) invites applications for Community Awareness Grants to conduct community awareness and education activities to promote organ and tissue donation.
The Organ and Tissue Authority invites applications to participate in the 2017 Community Awareness Grants program, which provides funding for targeted community-based awareness and education activities that are clearly aligned with the national DonateLife community awareness and education program. The focus of activities should be on promoting online registration on the Australian Organ Donor Register and the importance of family discussion and knowledge of donation decisions.
Applicants may choose to focus their project activities on engagement with the general community or target priority groups that are less likely to have decided or discussed organ and tissue donation – culturally and linguistically diverse, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, young adult (18-29 years) or male audiences.
Total funding of up to $430,000 excluding GST for:
- Donor registration drives during DonateLife Week 2017 (30 July – 6 August), with a focus on encouraging online registration as part of the National Online Donor Registration Campaign and promoting the theme ‘Make it Count. Register now to save lives at donatelife.gov.au’; and/or
- Targeted awareness or education projects outside of DonateLife Week which increase Australians’ knowledge of the benefits of donation and transplantation and encourage registration on the Australian Organ Donor Register, and which are consistent with the National Community Awareness and Education Program.
The closing date for applications is 10.00 am AEST on Thursday, 27 April 2017.
For more information (source) see >>> Community Awareness Grants 2017
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