Governance and Disaster Preparedness

NHT has received funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to undertake two new projects that will run until June 2022.

Art from the Heart

Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania has received a one-off gift from the Tasmanian Association of Recreational Artists Inc (TARA) to be distributed to Houses to support and encourage art activities in their local communities.

The Art from The Heart initiative is intended to give your communities the opportunity to explore their creativity through participation in art programs with the support and encouragement of a person with relevant arts based experience.

Art from the Heart grants have closed and we would like to congratulate: 

Everyday Literacy for Local Communities

The Everyday Literacy for Local Communities (ELLC) Project ran from 2009 - 2019 and was funded by the Tasmanian Community Fund to build the capacity of the Network of Houses to support literacy and numeracy activities and programs. The Project was based on a series of financial investment strategies and financial management decisions designed to maximise the return on the initial funding.

As described in the initial Program documentation, NHT needed to demonstrate that $1.5 million was invested over a 10 year period in the following ways:

Outcomes reporting

Neighbourhood Houses are using the Results Based Accountability approach to reporting. For assistance please don't hesitate to contact Jonathan or Tracey at the NHT office:
6228 6515

Outcomes Reporting Update 28 April 2020

Any changes to template documents have been made to the documents listed below.

Eating With Friends

Eating with friends is a social eating program that works from a community development framework to create regular social eating opportunities in local communities across Tasmania.

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