Barossa Local Health Cluster

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The Barossa Valley Local Health Cluster provides advice to the Board on relevant health issues to assist in decision-making regarding local and regional priorities and opportunities for improvements.

The Barossa Valley Local Health Cluster provides advice to the Board on relevant health issues to assist in decision-making regarding local and regional priorities and opportunities for improvements.

  • Barossa Local Health Cluster Inc Small Grants Programme 2021

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    The Barossa Local Health Cluster Small Grants Program will provide up-to 5 small grants valued between $2,000 to $10,000 (excluding GST) to assist local community initiatives to promote health and wellness in the Barossa, Light, Gawler & Adelaide Plains Council area.

    The focus of the grants is to contribute to improved health & wellness outcomes to a broad range of community members and local minority groups and assist the BLHC identify local health & wellness issues as well as gaps in service provision.

    Eligible organisations encouraged to apply are Community groups, Not-for-Profit organisations and Local Councils

    The grant can be used to assist an existing or new initiative and activities could include, but are not limited to, health promotion and awareness, illness prevention or health literacy.

    Applications close on 27th March 2021 and projects would need to be completed by 30th June2021.

    For more information please visit https://community.healthconnections.com.au/blhc-community and register for FREE membership to the Barossa Local Health Cluster or email admin@countrysaphn.com.au

    Application Information & Guidelines

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