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4 Business & CommunityWe are passionate about helping you create a dynamic, innovative, creative and sustainable business. We offer a range of services to enhance your business or not for profit organisation.Visit Website
A Paw UpA Paw Up provides food, bedding, collars, leads, treats and other necessities for pets of Tasmanians struggling with homelessness, as a means of keeping them together.Visit Website
Ambulance TasmaniaAmbulance Tasmania is always looking for committed, caring people join our team of Volunteer Ambulance Officers, especially in rural communities. If you would like to make a real contribution to your community, and gain valuable skills that will stay with you for life, apply today.Visit Website
Anglicare TasmaniaAnglicare Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation providing a range of support services to the people of Tasmania, including disability support services and aged care and home care services.Visit Website
Arthritis & Osteoporosis TasmaniaArthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania is a not for profit established in 1976, providing programs and services to support people with arthritis, osteoporosis and related conditions.Visit Website
Australian Institute of ArchitectsThe peak body for architecture, representing over 11,500 members globally, committed to raising design standards and positively shaping the places where we live, work and meet.Visit Website
Australian Red CrossBringing people and communities together in times of need and building on community strengths. Trusted as the leading humanitarian organisation, making a genuine difference in the lives of people and communities.Visit Website
Australian Wooden Boat FestivalHeld across Hobart’s vibrant waterfront, the four-day festival brings together the largest collection of wooden boats in the southern hemisphere. From its humble beginnings in 1994, it has grown to become the most significant event of its kind in Australia.Visit Website
Baha’i Centre of Learning for TasmaniaThe Baha’is of Tasmania are actively engaged in neighbourhood community development activities designed to foster spiritually vibrant communities and open to all, regardless of faith or background.Visit Website
Beaconsfield Child & Family ServicesThe purpose of Beaconsfield Child & Family Centre is to improve the health and wellbeing, education and care of Tasmania's children in their early years by supporting parents, strengthening communities and enhancing accessibility of services in the local community.Visit Website
Bethlehem HouseBethlehem House Hobart is a 24-hour service centre for homeless men in central Hobart. Bethlehem House is a special work of the St Vincent de Paul Society, and has been operating continuously since 1972.Visit Website
Bob Brown FoundationThe Bob Brown Foundation is a non-profit fund which promotes the protection and enhancement of, and the provision of information and education about: The wild and scenic beauty of Tasmania, the ecological integrity of Australia, Earth's wilderness, and the happiness of humanity on Earth.Visit Website
BreastScreen TasmaniaBreastScreen Tasmania provides a free screening mammogram every two years to women between the age of 50 and 74 years throughout Tasmania.Visit Website
Bucaan Community HouseBucaan Community House is a small not-for-profit based in the community of Chigwell. We work from a community development model to support the community.Visit Website
Burnie Community HouseBurnie Community House has been established in Shorewell Park, Burnie for over 35 years and is considered an integral part of the community. Our focus is to support individuals and families to create positive futures for themselves and their community.Visit Website
Calvary Health Care TasmaniaFounded by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, Calvary is a charitable, not-for-profit, Catholic health care organisation. We are the largest private hospital group in Tasmania.Visit Website
Cancer CouncilCancer Council Tasmania is a charity working to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering support and information for anyone affected by the disease.Visit Website
Care to Serve LimitedCare2Serve is the Tasmanian provider of the National Carer Gateway support services. We put carers first, connecting them to practical advice and early intervention support services before they reach a crisis point.Visit Website
CatholicCare TasmaniaCatholic Care Tasmania is the primary social services agency of the Catholic Church across Tasmania. We have 60 years’ experience delivering a wide range of services and support to improve individual, family and community wellbeing.Visit Website
Central Coast CouncilCentral Coast Council is a local government body in Tasmania, situated in the north-west of the state between Burnie and Devonport.Visit Website
Choir of High HopesThrough our music and performance programs, we honour the Choir’s mission, which is: To enable the recovery of self-esteem, personal pride and sense of purpose as members reconnect with community through participation in their choice of regular choir practice, workshops and performances.Visit Website
Circular Head Aboriginal CorporationCHAC is a supporting caring community organisation empowering the Australian Indigenous People/s of Circular Head to self-determination. CHAC has implemented an important range of community and commercial services critical to the needs of health and wellbeing of the Australian Indigenous People/s of Circular Head.Visit Website
Circular Head CouncilCircular Head Council is a local government body in Tasmania, covering the far north-west of the state's mainland.Visit Website
Citizen TasmaniaCitizen Tasmania is a not-for-profit arts and human rights organisation that provides people with the means to tackle challenges within their communities through education, empowerment and connection.Visit Website
City of HobartHobart City Council is a local government body in Tasmania, covering the central metropolitan area of the state capital, Hobart.Visit Website
Community Care TasCommunity Care Tasmania is a local not-for-profit home care provider. We are a truly Tasmanian service delivering award-winning quality aged, and disability (NDIS) home care services.Visit Website
Community Transport Services TasmaniaCommunity Transport Services Tasmania Inc. (CTST) is a state-wide community based not-for-profit organisation that provides affordable door-to-door community transport for the over 65s, and people with a disability.Visit Website
Conservation Volunteers AustraliaConservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is a national organisation working with communities to rebalance nature for a stronger, more resilient future. We combine evidence-based practices and people power to make real and lasting change at scale.Visit Website
Copping Community CareCopping Community Care Centre provides food and clothing support for people in the community that need a helping hand.Visit Website
Council on the Ageing (Tas) IncCOTA Tasmania (Council on the Ageing) has been the voice of older Tasmanians for over 50 years.Visit Website
Dept Primary Industries, Water, Parks & EnvironmentThe Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) is the government department responsible for supporting primary industry development, the protection of Tasmania's natural environment, effective land and water management and the protection of Tasmania's relative disease and pest free status.Visit Website
Derwent Sailing Squadron IncFrom its humble beginnings in 1906, the Derwent Sailing Squadron, more commonly known as the DSS, has grown to become one of Tasmania’s premier yacht clubs, with a 1,000-stong membership base.Visit Website
Devonport City CouncilDevonport is a city in northern Tasmania, located on the lands of the Pirinilaplu clan of the Palawa nation. It is situated at the mouth of the Mersey River.Visit Website
Dogs Home of TasmaniaDogs Homes of Tasmania has been here for dogs for 70 years. We re-unite lost dogs with their families and find new homes for unwanted dogs.Visit Website
Don River RailwayThe Don River Railway is a volunteer-run vintage railway and museum in Don, a suburb of Devonport. It runs a passenger train ride using part of the former Melrose line that ran between Don Junction and Paloona.Visit Website
Dress for Success HobartThe mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.Visit Website
Early Support for ParentsEarly Support for Parents is a volunteer home visiting program, supporting parents of children aged up to 18 years in Southern Tasmania.Visit Website
Emu Valley Rhododendron GardenWe are a non-profit community organisation developing, maintaining and operating a multiple award-winning rhododendron garden in Romaine, Tasmania.Visit Website
English Language Service SouthWe offer a range of opportunities to improve your English language, including preliminary courses and short courses, through to qualifications at Certificate I – Certificate III level.Visit Website
Events TasEvents Tasmania is part of the Cultural and Tourism Development division of the Department of State Growth. We provide support to events of all sizes that attract more people to Tasmania and get them moving around our regions.Visit Website
Exeter Show SocietyA busy traditional agricultural show set in the heart of the beautiful Tamar Valley in Tasmania.Visit Website
Families Tasmania (CHAT)Families Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation that supports Tasmanian families to build healthy lives through advocacy, education, community connections and support programs.Visit Website
Festival of Voices IncoporatedThe Tasmania Festival of Voices (FoV) is an annual celebration of the power of song, including live performances, workshops, and singalongs, which light up the island as thousands revel in a cosy atmosphere that’s the perfect antidote to mid-winter.Visit Website
Fingal Valley Neighbourhood HouseWe are one of 35 Neighbourhood Houses in the state. We provide food vouchers and parcels consisting of fresh fruit and vegetables to families in our community. We provide counselling, support and other services for individuals, families, and community groups.Visit Website
Geeveston Archives and History SocietyThe object of the society is to preserve and exhibit the history and heritage of the west bank of the Huon River between Surges Bay and Castle Forbes Bay.Visit Website
George Town CouncilGeorge Town Council is a local government body in northern Tasmania, situated north of Launceston.Visit Website
Girl Guide Association TasEmpowering girls and young women to discover their potential as leaders of their world.Visit Website
Glenview Community ServicesGlenview Community Services provides a range of support to the Tasmanian community including residential aged care, home and community care, NDIS services and an accessible and fun Community Centre.Visit Website
Golden Wattle Club IncorporatedThe Golden Wattle Cafe raises awareness around the ongoing issues of dementia that urgently needs to be addressed as a community and to reduce the stigma surrounding dementia.Visit Website
Goodwood Community CentreGoodwood Community Centre is a progressive, safe and sharing environment, offering access to a strong network and a wide range of activities and learning opportunities to encourage a connected and vibrant community.Visit Website
Gran's VanGran's Van has served more than 34,000 meals to the poor and homeless of Devonport, as well as distributing countless sleeping bags, blankets, beanies, and jackets donated by the local community.Visit Website
Guide Dogs TasmaniaGuide Dogs Tasmania is the only organisation to raise and train puppies right here in the state. We exist to ensure Tasmanians with vision impairment, disability and illness can live independent lives of their own choosing.Visit Website
Health Action Team Central Highlands (HATCH)We’re a volunteer group dedicated to benefit health and well-being across the Central Highlands Council area of Tasmania.Visit Website
Hobart City MissionHobart City Mission (HCM) has been serving the people of Southern Tasmania for over 168 years. HCM offers assistance to those who need it most in the Southern Tasmanian community by providing emotional, physical and financial support and guidance.Visit Website
Hobart Repertory Theatre SocietyFormed in 1926, the Repertory Theatre Society has become an institution in amateur theatre in the south of the state.Visit Website
Hobart United Football ClubAs well as a senior team, the Hobart United Football Club also have a reserve team and regularly field youth and women’s teams.Visit Website
Hobart Women's ShelterWe provide a holistic range of programs to women and children at risk of homelessness and/or who are experiencing domestic and/or family violence. Hobart Women’s Shelter empowers clients to lead independent and fulfilling lives.Visit Website
HOPES INCHOPES Incorporated (Housing Options Providing Extra Support) offers a supported, independent community living option for people living with acquired brain injury and/or neurological disabilities.Visit Website
Hospice Care Association of North West Tasmania IncHospice Care provides training to suitable volunteers so they can support clients with a life limiting illness - through the provision of in-home respite or transport to treatment and medical appointments.Visit Website
Huon Valley CouncilThe Huon Valley Council is the southernmost local government area in Australia. The main townships are Huonville, Franklin, Cygnet, Geeveston and Dover.Visit Website
Hydro TasHydro Tasmania is Australia's leading clean energy business and largest generator of renewable energy.Visit Website
Inclusive Innovations Tasmania Branch LtdInclusive Innovations Tasmania is a commercially driven, human-centred, leadership organisation with a vision to develop our state’s inclusive culture, intent and brand.Visit Website
Kingborough Volunteer ProgramThe Kingborough Volunteer Program promotes healthy ageing by providing a coordinated volunteer program to assist frail and aged residents in the community.Visit Website
Kingston Neighbourhood HouseWe welcome people from all walks of life – we offer support, information or referral, or social connection. Key community issues we are working on include reducing social isolation and improving local access to affordable, healthy food.Visit Website
Landcare TasmaniaLandcare Tasmania supports, strengthens and grows the capacity of individuals and groups working together to improve the health of our natural and working landscapes. Landcarers work in a range of different fields, from farming to bush regeneration, weed control, coasts, wildlife care and so much more.Visit Website
Launceston City MissionFor more than one hundred and sixty years, City Mission has been providing care and assistance to vulnerable people in our community. Through our work, we continue to transform the lives of over 10,000 Northern Tasmanians each year.Visit Website
Launceston Tramway MuseumThe Tramway Museum is a community-based organisation that works to restore and revive the old trams that once roamed Launceston, Tasmania.Visit Website
Launceston VFC ServicesLaunceston VFC Services Inc. provide support services to those people in the community who are frail, aged, younger with disabilities and their carers.Visit Website
Laurel HouseLaurel House is a not-for-profit, community-based sexual assault support service that operates across the North, North-East and North-West Tasmania. We provide a 24/7 support hotline, free counselling, training and education.Visit Website
Libraries TasmaniaLibraries Tasmania is the Tasmanian state government-run organisation that operates the state's reference library, a network of public lending libraries, archives, heritage, adult education, and adult literacy services.Visit Website
Lifeline TasmaniaOur team of dedicated staff and more than 400 volunteers share a common vision: A Tasmania free of suicide. We work throughout Tasmania delivering a 24/7 telephone crisis support via our 13 11 14 crisis line, Suicide Bereavement Groups, and social support programs to improve the lives of older people who are isolated and lonely.Visit Website
Live Well TasmaniaLive Well Tasmania is a not for profit community organisation based in Wynyard on the North West coast of Tasmania. Our mission is improving the health and wellbeing of our community with a focus on disadvantaged youth, using a whole of community well-being approach.Visit Website
Masonic Care TasmaniaMasonic Care Tasmania has been providing residential aged care services, community in-home care support services and retirement villages across Tasmania for more than 60 years.Visit Website
Meals on Wheels Association of Tasmania Inc.Meals on Wheels helps make it possible for people to stay in their homes, where most are happiest, and maintain some independence. Delivery of nutritious meals, social interaction and regular visits ensure a clients' well-being and can help people live the lives they choose.Visit Website
Meander Valley Days for Girls TeamA group for sewers and non-sewers alike, to come together to make reusable hygiene kits for girls and women living in developing countries.Visit Website
Meercroft CareA residential aged care facility based in Devonport.Visit Website
Mental Health Families and Friends TasmaniaMental Health Families and Friends Tasmania is a statewide leader in the provision of mental health and AOD misuse families and friends support.Visit Website
Mersey Community Care AssociationWe provide transport, home maintenance, social support and domestic assistance services to our clients and their carers, living in the Devonport, Latrobe, Kentish and Central Coast Municipalities.Visit Website
Migrant Resource Centre (North)MRCN’s vision is a vibrant Tasmania that is inclusive and culturally diverse. We have various programs where you can volunteer including Community Development, Drive 4 Life, tutoring and English conversation groups, where your contribution is always valued.Visit Website
Migrant Resource Centre SouthMigrant Resource Centre Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation that supports and empowers migrants and refugees to settle and live fulfilling lives in Tasmania.Visit Website
Mission AustraliaMission Australia is a national Christian charity motivated by a shared vision of an Australia where everyone has a safe home and can thrive.Visit Website
Mosaic Support ServicesAt Mosaic Support Services we live our mission of enriching the lives of people with disabilities and their families by providing a suite of quality tailored programs, including: supported independent living; respite; a myriad of community access, life skills and training programs.Visit Website
Multicultural Council of TasmaniaThe Multicultural Council of Tasmania’s vision is of a culturally and linguistically diverse Tasmania that is just, fair and inclusive – where people with diverse backgrounds have the opportunity to participate in and contribute to Tasmanian society.Visit Website
Neighbourhood Houses TasNeighbourhood Houses Tasmania (NHT) is the peak body for 35 Neighbourhood Houses across Tasmania.Visit Website
New MorningsNew Mornings is a Christian, non-profit, volunteer mental health support service based in Ulverstone, Tasmania.Visit Website
Northern Palliative Care ServiceOffering palliative care services in the north of Tasmania.Visit Website
OneCare LimitedWe have been providing residential aged care for more than 40 years and offer a comprehensive range of services to our clients throughout the state.Visit Website
Pakistani Cultural Society Of TasmaniaThe Pakistani Cultural Society of Tasmania is a society established to achieve cohesion, cooperation and collaboration within the Tasmanian Pakistani community.Visit Website
ParaQuad TasmaniaParaQuad Association of Tasmania is a spinal cord injury and physical disability rights and advocacy organisation, whose role it is to provide information, referral, peer support, advocacy and education on spinal cord injury to the Tasmanian community.Visit Website
Pilgrim Uniting ChurchThe Presbytery of Tasmania is one of eight presbyteries of the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania.Visit Website
Playgroup Tasmania IncPlaygroup Tasmania is a not-for-profit, state-based membership organisation that has provided support and resources to assist with the establishment, co-ordination, administration and promotion of playgroups across Tasmania for more than 40 years.Visit Website
Polish Welfare OfficeThe Polish Welfare Office provides culturally sensitive community care support services to frail older persons and younger persons with disabilities from a Polish background, and their carers in Southern Tasmania.Visit Website
Ronald McDonald HouseRonald McDonald House Hobart gives children receiving treatment the best gift of all – their families. Our supportive home-away-from-home provides the whole family with a comfortable place to stay close to the Royal Hobart Hospital.Visit Website
Rosebery Community HouseOur mission is to be committed to providing an environment that is safe, supportive and welcoming. We value diversity and to enhance the well being and opportunities of the Rosebery and Tullah communities.Visit Website
Royal Hobart Regatta Association IncThe Royal Hobart Regatta has been staged annually, and without a break (apart from 1967 when the disastrous bush fires caused its last minute cancellation) since 1838 and remains the largest aquatic carnival in the Southern Hemisphere.Visit Website
Royal National Agricultural & Pastoral Society of Tasmania LimitedThe Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania (RAST) is a Tasmanian Agricultural society based at the Hobart Showgrounds. The RAST organises many of the agricultural shows around Tasmania including the Royal Hobart Show.Visit Website
RSPCA Tasmania LtdFor decades, RSPCA Tasmania has offered sanctuary to animals in need, provided veterinary care to the sick and injured, and investigated cruelty complaints.Visit Website
Rural Youth Organisation of TasmaniaThe Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania is for persons between the ages of 15-30 years, which aims to provide opportunities for the personal development of members through social, educational, cultural and agricultural activities.Visit Website
Scouts TasmaniaThe purpose of the Scout movement is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.Visit Website
Skin Cancer TasmaniaSkin Cancer Tasmania (incorporating Melanoma Tasmania) is a Tasmanian organisation formed by people who know what it’s like to have or look after someone with skin cancer.Visit Website
Southern Midlands Community Radio Station97.1 FM, 'the Voice of the Midlands', is an exciting community radio station based in Oatlands, with listeners throughout the midlands and beyond.Visit Website
St Francis Flexible Learning CentreSt Francis Flexible Learning Centre opened in 2016 and is a registered secondary school located in Chigwell, Tasmania, offering curriculum for students in years 7-10.Visit Website
St Vincent de Paul TasmaniaThe St Vincent de Paul Society in Tasmania has more than 1,400 members and volunteers, who assist people in need and work to combat social injustice.Visit Website
St. Anne's Cricket ClubCricket was played in St Anne's as early as 1870 at Headroomgate Road, now the site of the Parish Rooms.Visit Website
Tasmanian Association of State School OrganisationTASSO is the peak state body and a not-for-profit community organisation representing Tasmanian state schools and colleges.Visit Website
Tasmanian Museum and Art GalleryTasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is Tasmania's leading natural and cultural heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium.Visit Website
Tasmanian Refugee Legal ServiceThe Tasmanian Refugee Legal Service provides free legal services to people of refugee background, humanitarian entrants and people seeking asylum that are experiencing disadvantage in Tasmania.Visit Website
Tasmanian Sail Training AssociationThe Lady Nelson is a replica 'square rigged' brig. The Lady Nelson's home port is Hobart, Tasmania.Visit Website
Tasmanian Wildlife Rehabilitation CouncilAs the State’s peak representative body for wildlife rehabilitation, this not-for-profit organisation provides a forum for education and consultation as well as a voice for wildlife rehabilitators through its executive council membership.Visit Website
Tassie Mums IncTassie Mums is committed to providing essential baby and children’s items to social service organisations across Tasmania that work with vulnerable and at-risk children.Visit Website
TempusTempus began from a shared desire to solve business problems using our engineering skills and technology. Our mantra is “efficiency by technology”.Visit Website
Ten Lives Cat CentreTen Lives is a self-funded not-for-profit animal charity dedicated to caring for and rehoming the unwanted cats and kittens of Tasmania.Visit Website
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The Derwent Catchment ProjectThe Derwent Catchment Project was set up to assist landholders to restore natural and agricultural landscapes, to ensure a prosperous and sustainable future for the Derwent Catchment.Visit Website
The District NursesThe District Nurses, formerly known as Hobart District Nursing Service, have been providing community nursing and in-home healthcare support for people of all ages since 1896.Visit Website
The Stroke FoundationThe Stroke Foundation is a national charity that partners with the community to prevent, treat and beat stroke. We build community awareness and foster new thinking and innovative treatments.Visit Website
The University of the Third Age - Port SorellUniversities of the Third Age are voluntary, non-profit organisations which aim to offer older people low-cost educational opportunities which operate in a pleasant, supportive social settingVisit Website
Travel with a CauseVolunteer Overseas, Worldwide Holiday Packages, Spirit of Tasmania Ferry Discounted Price, Flights, Hotels, Car Rental Booking, Group Tours, Travel Insurance, Corporate TravelVisit Website
Uniting AgewellWith a wide range of services across Victoria and Tasmania, Uniting AgeWell supports the health and wellbeing of older people to enable them to live the life they want.Visit Website
University of TasmaniaThe University of Tasmania is a public research university, primarily located in Tasmania, Australia. Founded in 1890, it is Australia's fourth oldest university.Visit Website
Warrane-Mornington Neighbourhood HouseOur vision - To enrich the local community as a vibrant leader that is innovative and flexible in meeting the changing needs and attract a growing community involvement in a welcoming environment.Visit Website
West Tamar CouncilWest Tamar Council is a local government body in Tasmania, situated along the western side of the Tamar River in the north of the state.Visit Website
Wildcare IncWildcare Tasmania is a community of volunteers and donors caring for Tasmania’s wild places, wildlife and cultural heritage. Wildcare has over 6,000 members and 60 volunteer groups.Visit Website
Working It OutWorking It Out is Tasmania's sexuality, gender and intersex status support and education service.Visit Website
Wyndarra CentreEstablished in 1982, Wyndarra Centre Inc. is a community managed provider of community services in the Circular Head Municipality. Our purpose is to promote and provide services for the well-being of the Circular Head Community.Visit Website
YMCA of LauncestonThe Y Launceston (YMCA of Launceston Inc.) has been serving the local community for more than 140 years, offering a variety of sporting, recreational and community outreach programs.Visit Website
Youth Network of Tas (YNOT)The Youth Network of Tasmania is the peak body for the non-government youth sector in Tasmania.Visit Website