Approved CSF funding requests

​​​The Minister approved the following requests for funding from the Community Support Fund. Only funding relevant to the current financial year will be distributed and any outyear funding approved will be incorporated into future estimations of available funding.

Contact the relevant agency for additional information about a specific measure.

​2023-24 Funding Round

​Department of Premier and Cabinet - Gambling Support Program

The Department of Premier and Cabinet though the Gambling Suppor​t Program has responsibility for making recommendations to the Minister for expenditure for the benefit of charitable organisations and for the provision of gambling research; community education; gambling rehabilitation and treatment; and other health services.

​Measure
​2023-24
2024-25
2025-26
​Specialist gambling support services
​$938 000
​$940 000
​$0
​Community education initiatives
$460 000​
​$250 000​
$0​
​Research projects
$380 000
$0
​$0
​Community grants
​$800 000
​$0​
​$0
​Neighbourhood House engagement
​$2 200 000
​$1 500 000
​$1 500 000
​GSP operations
​$283 000
​$278 000
​$155 000
Total approved distribution
$5 061 000
$2 968 000
$1 655 000

​​Department of Treasury and Finance - Liquor and Gaming Branch

Funding of $315 000 has been approved in 2023-24 for the following:

  • $230 000 to be held towards funding of the sixth Social and Economic Impact Study (SEIS) due by June 2026; and
  • $85 000 to fund the administration of the Tasmanian Gambling Exclusion Scheme, a review of player information materials (a relevant matter under the Responsible Gambling Code of Practice​) and related printing costs, and any required contribution in 2023-24 to Gambling Research Australia.

Department of State Growth - Active Tasmania

Active Tasmania sought funding in accordance with regulation 4 of the Gaming Control (Community Support Fund) Regulations 2023. Funding (estimated to be $1.82 million in 2023-24) has been confirmed for the following measures:
  • Sport and Active Recreation Equipment Grants Program ($1.27 million);
  • Organisational Support Grants Program ($500 000); and
  • Administrative support ($50 000).
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