At Huon Aquaculture, we believe that being part of the Tasmanian community brings with it a responsibility to support the groups and organisations that help to keep it safe, strong, vibrant and connected.
Huon’s Helping Hand community grants program has supported nearly 200 community-led projects, initiatives and group activities since its inception in 2013.
We know that a little bit of help can go a long way, so once a year we offer grants for projects, events or initiatives that support sustainable community development and innovation.
2021 successful recipients are listed below.
|Huon Yacht Club||Window blinds for club room renovation|
|Strahan Primary School||School Garden Project|
|Dover Community Workshop||Infrastructure improvements|
|Geeveston (Volunteer) Fire Brigade||12 UHF portable radios|
|Scottsdale Football Club||Goal posts/netting|
|Glen Huon Primary School P&F||New inclusive playground equipment|
|Tamar Sea Rescue Services Inc||Upgrade to vessel navigation system|
|Southport Community Centre||Bluetooth PA speakers/microphone|
|Volunteer Marine Rescue Kingborough||Vessel charging equipment|
|Pathway to life church Incorporated||Disability support items for new youth shed|