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Tasmania Government announces sport and recreation organisations benefiting from support package
As part of its ongoing efforts to address the challenges resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic, the Tasmania Government has announced the sport and recreation organisations that will benefit from a support package announced last month.
Of the $570,000 worth of approved payments set to be distributed, the following organisations will receive:
• $150,000 to Basketball Tasmania to support 12 jobs
• $150,000 to Football Federation Tasmania to support 15 jobs
• $98,190 to Swimming Tasmania in support of four jobs
• $114,000 to Surf Lifesaving Tasmania, supporting six jobs
• $150,000 to Netball Tasmania to support 17 jobs
Further support is also being provided to Triathlon Tasmania and Motorcycling Tasmania.
Announcing the funding, Jane Howlett, Tasmania's Minister for Sport and Recreation, stated "last month we announced a $2 million support package to assist the state’s sport and recreation sector to keep Tasmanians employed and (I am) delighted to announce some of the successful applicants of tranche one of that package.
"I congratulate these wonderful organisations on their successful applications and I expect to announce further support for others like them in coming days.
"The key objective of (this) grants program is to keep Tasmanians in work through this pandemic so that our grassroots sports that are so deeply embedded in our culture can survive and resume once is safe to do so."
6th May 2020 - Coronavirus downturn sees sports in country towns struggle
28th February 2020 - Agreement announced for Tasmania to host 10th NBL franchise
7th February 2020 - AFL Taskforce report shows Tasmanian team viable and sustainable
11th November 2019 - Tasmanian Government funds sports clubs to improve participation
23rd October 2019 - Concept revealed for stadium for Tasmanian AFL franchise
26th August 2019 - Tasmanian Government taskforce calls for AFL licence and new stadium
16th August 2019 - Larry Kestelman to head new NBL Tasmania Advisory Board
14th February 2019 - Tasmanian Government outlines role for Football Tasmania Board
15th June 2017 - Women advance in leadership roles in Tasmanian sport
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