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Grants now open to raise awareness of viral hepatitis across Queensland

Posted 02 April, 2024
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  • Organisations are invited to apply for grants that raise awareness about viral hepatitis
  • Three grants options are available – Up to $500, $1000 or a $50 supermarket voucher
  • Last year 18 organisations across 6 Queensland Primary Health Networks delivered viral hepatitis education, awareness and testing activities

Applications are now open for organisations across the state to apply for the World Hepatitis Day Local Grants 2024 program to increase viral hepatitis awareness in support of World Hepatitis Day.

Organisations of all sizes that can help Queensland communities learn more about how hepatitis B and hepatitis C are spread, tested and treated are encouraged to apply.

World Hepatitis Day Local Grants 2024

Hepatitis Queensland’s World Hepatitis Day Local Grants 2024 offer a platform for community engagement and action. Organisations are encouraged to use the funding to tailor initiatives that resonate with their local communities.

Whether it’s hosting a community barbeque, distributing health packs, developing educational resources, or organising a staff development session, there are countless avenues to raise awareness effectively.

Hepatitis Queensland is offering grants of $500 and $1000. Alternatively, organisations have the option to receive a $50 supermarket voucher. Supermarket vouchers used to purchase morning/afternoon tea items provide a simple yet impactful way to initiate conversations about hepatitis with clients or staff.

Hepatitis B and C have a significant impact on liver health of many Queenslanders. There are over 50,000 Queenslanders living with hepatitis B or C, many remain undiagnosed and are missing out on life-saving treatments.

Stigma and discrimination still prevent many people from seeking information and support. Hepatitis awareness raising activities can help encourage people to seek testing and treatment by supporting them to connect with their local health services.

World Hepatitis Day Local Grants 2024 Key Dates

2nd April – Applications open

30th April – Applications close

24th May – Grant winners announced

28th July – World Hepatitis Day!


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