You can apply for a Li-Ve Fuller grant of up to $2,000 if you:
Your proposal should fit into the relevant quarter’s theme.
On a plate
|1 March 2022 to |
11 April 2022
|Cooking, nutrition, growing food|
What a song and dance
|16 May 2022 to |
4 July 2022
|Musical expression, fitness and social connections through music or movement|
|Get creative||15 August to |
3 October 2022
|Making and learning arts and crafts - group and individual activities including painting, sculpture, basket weaving, calligraphy, puppet making|
If you’re working in any role in the disability sector in Tasmania, this program aims to help you improve your skillset, follow your passions and achieve your goals. The more you learn, grow and develop, the more you have to share with the people we support.
Research shows that people living with disability have more opportunities and better life experiences if support staff share their interests and skills, and are willing to try new activities, explore their community and seek adventure. So, when you share with them, they can become the best possible versions of themselves, through living their lives more fully.
Each quarter, we’ll set a theme. You can choose to learn anything related to that theme.
Imagine our theme for the quarter is ‘the outdoors’. If you’ve always wished you could surf and the people you support are keen to try surfing, too, we might fund some surfing lessons and some gear to help you learn to catch waves. You’d then be able to take the people you support surfing.