Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Challenge 2021

Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Challenge projects for 2021 announced!


In 2021, the theme for Neighbour Day is 'Every day is neighbour day - building on the growing movement of people taking neighbourly actions every day of the year’.

Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, bringing together like-minded people and organisations to grow stronger, well-connected communities.

Every day is Neighbour Day!

Healthy Tasmania supported Neighbour Day with a community challenge.

In the spirit of making every day Neighbour Day in 2021, Tasmanians entered the Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Community Challenge to apply for up to $1 000 for their community.

The Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Challenge encouraged people to take neighbourly action to build positive and sustainable social connections.

Thank you to everyone that entered. Your ideas took outside-the-box thinking to find ways to connect and engage with your neighbours and communities.

Projects this year included community barbecues, garden parties, artistic performances, neighbour packs, share stations, a community walking map, a sing-along, planting/gardening sessions, a tea ceremony, and other community events designed to bring people together.

We look forward to seeing and sharing how communities are connecting across Tasmania.

Read the full list of Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Community Challenge projects to be delivered in 2021:

Neighbourhood Watch Glenorchy

Community BBQ

BAM Shed

BAM shed Launch Event – exhibition space in Marion Bay

Sulphur Creek Community

Community garden party/sausage sizzle

Your Church

Community event

Salvation Army Tasmania

Neighbour activity packs via community BBQ and coffee van

Families Tasmania

Giving family food educators the opportunity to prepare and share a seasonal dish with their neighbour/s

Katie Kristenson

Neighbourhood share station for produce/seeds/books

Friends of Kingston Heights

Cuppa in the cul-de-sac

Taroona Community Association

‘Track Down Taroona’ launch and Rotary Park seating project

Golden Wattle Club Inc.

Golden Wattle Café Sing-along

Free2B Girls

Art postcards sent out for neighbour day

Dr Emma Cazaly

Share stations for produce/flower sharing in various locations

St Virgil's Old Scholar's Football Club

Family BBQ – Season Launch

Oatlands Community Association

“Christmas meal” for those in need

Wilmot Social Group

Community sausage sizzle and Easter Egg Hunt

groWaverley

First birthday celebration - community event

Live Well Tasmania

Live Well Die Well Mini-Expo

Youth Collective North East Coast Tasmania

Community meet-ups for young people

Lower Barrington Community Hall

Mural workshops and replacement of some community hall equipment

Glenorchy City Council

CommUNITY – Kindness Connects Us

Hobart City Mission

Clothes swap event

Taroona Environment Network

Propagation sessions – “Propagate Connections”

Clarence Climate Action

Community expo and Neighbour Day event

Chunxia Zhong

Gardening sessions for the Warrane community

A Moment of Tea

Chinese Tea ceremony

Terms and Conditions >

1

The Healthy Tasmania Neighbour Day Challenge is open to Tasmanian residents aged 18 and above.

2

The promoter is the Tasmanian State Government Department of Health (DoH).

3

Employees of DoH or anyone else connected in any way with the challenge are not eligible to apply.

4

There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this challenge.

5

Details are via the Relationships Australia website

6

The entry closing date is 15 March 2021. After this date no further entries will be permitted.

7

No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.

8

The conditions of the challenge and the funds awarded are as follows:

8a

On closing of the application period, successful ideas/events will be chosen by appointed staff from Healthy Tasmania and Relationships Australia from eligible applications for up to $1 000 limit. With the combined funding pool of all awarded ideas/events being $25 000.

8b

All community groups or representing applicants are eligible to apply once for each idea/event.

8c

Any planned activities are to be completed by 31 May 2021 with reporting in by 30 June 2021.

8d

The reporting required includes providing a short story and images on how the funds was spent based on the project/event submitted. You must obtain permission from all people appearing in images used – permission form supplied.

8e

Any planned activities will need to be in line with the following national guidelines:

8f

Permission must be obtained for the project by relevant authorities or other key partners.

8g

Events that are being held on Council owned or managed land may require a permit.

9

The promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the challenge and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of the promoter’s control. Any changes to the challenge will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the promoter.

10

The promoter is not responsible for inaccurate details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this challenge.

11

The prizes are not transferable and are to be used for the purpose for which they are nominated.

12

The successful applicants will be notified by email within 12 days of the closing date. If the applicant does not respond to claim the award within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the award from the applicant and pick a replacement idea/event.

13

The promoter will arrange with the successful applicants the most appropriate method to receive the funds.

14

The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the challenge will be final and no correspondence will be held.

15

By entering this challenge, an entrant is indicating agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.

16

The challenge and these terms and conditions will be governed by Tasmanian legislation and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Tasmania.

17

The successful applicant agrees to be named and any images provided to be used in any promotional material.

18

The successful applicant’s name(s) and/or community group will be shared on Facebook on relevant challenge posts.

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This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to DoH and Relationships Australia Tasmania and not to any other party. The information provided will be kept private and not distributed to any third party.