ACT Health Promotion Grants Program
The ACT Health Promotion Grants Program (ACTHPGP) contributes to improved health outcomes and minimising the risk of developing chronic disease in the ACT population.
We provide grants to community-based organisations, through Healthy Canberra Grants and the Health Promotion Innovation Fund. This funding supports programs and projects which improve population health outcomes in our primary focus areas.
We have a population health focus. Our priority is to fund activities which:
- Support healthy ageing.
- Reduce smoking-related harm.
- Reduce alcohol-related harm.
- Improve population level outcomes around overweight and obesity.
ACT Health Promotion Grants Program Report Card
July 2013 – December 2015
The ACT Health Promotion Grants Program changed its focus to reducing overweight and obesity in late 2013. We have since provided over 90% of grants funding towards programs and projects that address overweight and obesity.
The ACT Health Promotion Grants Program Report Card, launched by Assistant Minister Meegan Fitzharris MLA on 9 March 2016, provides a snap shot of the achievements of the program from 2013 to 2015. The Report Card and supporting program summaries document provides an overview of the hard work being done by our community partners with detail on where ACT Government funding is being spent.
Statement of Strategic Intent
Our Statement of Strategic Intent outlines the targets and expected outcomes of the ACT Health Promotion Grants Program. The statement also describes how we will align with ACT Health policies and objectives and provides important guidance for potential applicants. You can download the Statement of Strategic Intent below.
SmartyGrants - Online Grant Management System
The ACT Health Promotion Grants Program uses the SmartyGrants online grant management system to manage the grant process.
Applications and associated reporting forms are available through the following link:
The SmartyGrants Help Guide for Applicants will guide you through the application process.