Scholarships

Seize the Day Award Scholarships 2019

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED. 

The Seize the Day Awards help with post secondary education costs for young Tasmanians whose lives are affected by cancer, either directly or indirectly.

If you are a Tasmanian studying post secondary education in Tasmania or interstate; aged between 16 and 25; have been affected by cancer directly, or indirectly through an immediate family member (sibling, parent, guardian, spouse or child); and are pursuing further education you are eligible to apply.

Scholarships range from $500-$2000 and can be used to go towards study-related costs such as course fees, textbooks, stationery, course equipment, transport and accommodation.

The Seize the Day Awards are offered as part of Cancer Council Tasmania’s Under 25’s program, which support families with children, adolescents and young adults with cancer and survivors of childhood cancer.

For further information, please contact Sarah admin@cancertas.org.au or call 6169 1900.

Awards will open 1 November 2019 and close 1 March 2020

A big thank you to our major sponsor for Northern Tasmania, Cape Hope Foundation.

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Cancer Support Scholarship for professional development.

APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED FOR 2018.  THANKS TO ALL WHO APPLIED. 

Applications for the Cancer Support Scholarship for professional development are now open.

The Cancer Support Scholarship provides a total of $3000 each year to assist health professionals working with Tasmanian’s impacted by cancer.

The Scholarship provides a maximum of $1500 per individual to access professional development, such as short courses or seminar/conference attendance to assist in the improvement of cancer support services in Tasmania.

VIEW THE APPLICATION FORM HERE.

VIEW THE FUNDING GUIDELINES HERE.

CLOSING DATE: Friday 20 April 2018.  FUNDING AVAILABLE: July 2018.

For more information contact Natalie Klein at admin@cancertas.org.au or on 6169 1900


 

 


2019 Annual Small Grants Funding 

 

Applications are now closed.   The round for 2020 opens September 2019.

  • GENERAL PRACTICE TRAINING TASMANIA RESEARCH GRANT
  • SANDRA MAKEPEACE RESEARCH GRANT
  • CANCER COUNCIL TASMANIA RESEARCH GRANT

Cancer Council Tasmania will call for research funding applications for 2020 under the Small Grants category in the priority area of Cancer Control.

This includes research relating to the reduction of the incidence and impact of cancer on individuals and the community. It includes every aspect of care, from prevention and early detection that leads to a better outcome, treatment and support.  One of the grants must focus on bowel cancer.

The scheme is open to researchers in all faculties and institutes of the University of Tasmania, departments within Tasmanian hospitals and the Department of Health.