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RU OK? Small Grants Program

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Posted: Mon, 9th Jul 2018

Submit your idea to promote wellbeing in your community and you could land your organisation a grant to support RU OK day!

Have you got an idea to promote wellbeing in your community?
SPCC can provide your organisation with a grant to support your RU OK? event.


What is LifeSpan and SPCC?
LifeSpan is a new, evidence-based, community-led approach to suicide prevention. It involves the simultaneous implementation of nine strategies proven to reduce suicide. LifeSpan aims to build a safety net for the community by connecting and coordinating new and existing interventions and programs, and building the capacity of the community to better support people facing a suicide crisis.
Suicide Prevention Central Coast (SPCC) is an alliance with representation from local services, organisations and community groups. SPCC is responsible for coordinating the local implementation of LifeSpan, led and supported by the Black Dog Institute. This is an exciting opportunity to have a significant and sustainable impact on suicide on the Central Coast.


Grants
A number of small grants are being offered to assist the staging of RU OK? Day activities or events on or around RU OK? Day.

Important Dates
RU OK Day is Thursday 13th September 2018 Grant Applications close Monday 17th July 2018 Notification if successful by Friday 27th July 2018
Eligibility:

 

RU OK? Messaging & Theme
How does your event incorporate the “RU OK?” messaging and theme? Connections and community are proven to increase positive mental wellbeing, so we are definitely looking for events that incorporate this theme. Have a look at the RU OK? website for ideas and information. www.ruok.org.au


What do the judges look for?
Judges welcome applications that are particularly creative, innovative and that connect well with the messaging and the theme. Judges also look for events that work as partnerships between organisations and community groups.


How do I apply?
All grant applications must be submitted via email to info@suicidepreventioncentralcoast.org.au by the specified date. You will receive confirmation of receipt of your application.
Please do not post or fax entries.


Who do I contact if I have questions?
Enquiries about the small grants program can be directed to: info@suicidepreventioncentralcoast.org.au


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