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19 Apr. 2022

NT PHN Grant Round April 2022

About the Activity

NT PHN delivers grant rounds aimed at addressing health needs in priority areas. Priority areas are identified through the needs assessment process and funding guidelines. 

What’s in Scope?

Submissions that are considered in scope for small grants up to $20,000 (ex GST) include:   

  • one off health literacy and health promotion activities that encourage appropriate access to after hours services   
  • one off health literacy and health promotion activities that are delivered after hours   
  • one off/short term health events that are delivered after hours or that target people who are not accessible during clinic hours (for example health screening, health education and community wellness activities)

Submissions that are considered in scope for large grants up to $100,000 (ex GST) include:   

  • short term after hours services addressing a finite need (not an ongoing service requirement) for people who are not available during normal hours (for example, care plans developed by a team of primary care professionals)   
  • feasibility/scoping studies that investigate needs, opportunities and potential innovative solutions to local, regional or NT wide after hours needs (for example digital health, aged care or workforce solutions)       

Who can apply?

This request for tender (RFT) / grant round is open to all interested organisations, consortiums, or individuals with relevant experience to the above scope and providing services in the NT.

NT PHN is committed to supporting local Northern Territory based businesses and grassroots organisations. Applicants that demonstrate strong connections, as well as relationships with the local Indigenous community organisations and service providers, will be highly regarded.   

Applicants must provide all the requested information in the Application Form, including any requested attachments (if applicable). Incomplete applications will not be considered.

All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

An information briefing will be held on Wednesday 27 April 2022. This is an opportunity to ask any questions you have about the grant priorities or application process. 

Date:     27 April 2022 

Time:    12:30 pm (Darwin, time)

Venue: NT PHN, 23 Albatross Street, Winnellie – IBIS Room 

NT PHN will accept applications through the Online Application Form and Tenderlink Portal until 5:00pm Sunday 15 May 2022

For more information, please visit the NT PHN website and view the tender documents through the NT PHN portal here.