Who we're supporting

  • Ten Days on the Island

    The Pulse of Tasmania will provide $15,000 to help bring to life the 2021 Ten Days’ signature project If These Halls Could Talk.

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania is the peak body for the 35 Neighbourhood Houses around Tasmania.

    FitEx

    FitEx, led by Nikki Long, is committed to building a healthier, happier, and stronger State and empowering communities by promoting education, fitness, wellness, and health for all Tasmanians.

  • Dress for Success Hobart

    Dress for Success Hobart is a not for profit organisation that empowers women to achieve economic independence through employment. Their programs provide donated work clothing, job search skills, career coaching and networking to give clients the best chance of securing a job that can change their life for the better. The Dress for Success vision is that all Tasmanian women are empowered to overcome barriers to employment.

    FitEx

    FitEx, led by Nikki Long, is committed to building a healthier, happier, and stronger State and empowering communities by promoting education, fitness, wellness, and health for all Tasmanians.

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania is the peak body for the 35 Neighbourhood Houses around Tasmania.

Pulse of Tasmania magazine

From the devastating Tasmanian bushfires, a film festival and everything in between, we hope The Pulse will be your “home of Tasmanian stories” and provide you with an invaluable resource for the best news and information on our great state’s well-being.
Be the Change

Launceston, like many other regional cities across Australia, continues to experience ongoing challenges from factors like ageing population, higher unemployment and low levels of education attainment.

If These Halls Could Talk

Wherever you live in lutruwita (Tasmania), you’re sure to be in driving distance from one of ten community halls we’ve chosen for our signature project for Ten Days on the Island 2021, If These Halls Could Talk.

Taking the world by storm

Formed in 1993, the Launceston Tornadoes Basketball Club has worked to connect basketball to the community, and inspire young women to explore, expand, and build on their strengths. Through the Launceston Tornadoes Club, Tasmanian basketball players have been given the opportunity to play on the international stage at an elite level. 

Lights, Camera, and Taking Action

Marking its 10th anniversary this year, the Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival (BOFA) is one of the largest in Australia, offering a selection of 40 new national and international films.

Derby's Top Eight

Want to get out and experience the Blue Derby trails for yourself? With different levels of skill to choose from, check out our top eight list to find the best trail for you.

Claiming the Stage

Australia is a country steeped in history and tradition, with cultures that even today have not been fully recognised and appreciated. Yet there are communities at work who are bringing the stories of these Indigenous peoples to light, providing opportunities, experiences, guidance, and mentorship to help Tasmanian artists achieve their full potential.

3 Surprising Facts About Vascular Disease

Did you know that vascular disease is more common in Tasmanian adults than across the rest of Australia? Learn other vascular disease facts, including The human body contains over 100,000 kilometres of blood vessels, the smallest being just ONE THIRD the width of a strand of hair!

Whisky 101

Straight or Neat? A common misconception in the whisky world is the term ‘straight up’; it really means neat.

Alternative Incomes

There appears to be no limit to the creative ways in which people can supplement their income, or completely change their careers. In today’s world, opportunities for businesses seem to come from everywhere, especially with the introduction of social media. With platforms including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube, many people have found new and interesting roles to fill, and they make money while doing it.

Refocus our goals

After a tumultuous 2020 and the financial uncertainty that it brought with it, this year presents an opportunity to refocus our goals, set a savings plan and check we have all our important arrangements and documents in place. This includes making sure you’re getting the best price on all your household outgoings.

Are you surviving or thriving?

Every day we make thousands of choices. Choices like: exercise now or skip it? Call that contact today or not? Dash across the road because you’re running late? Choose. So many choices.

Fireproofing your home

Losing your home to a fire can be devastating and what’s even more alarming is that according to the Macquarie University publication, The Lighthouse, more Australians die in residential fires on average than by all natural hazards combined.

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