Apply for a Health Promotion Partnership Grant

We work in partnership with community organisations to create a healthy and more active Western Australia

Our Partnership Program provides funding to sport, arts, racing, and community events to help WA communities create programs and activities that encourage good health now and into the future.

Our funding is prioritised to the health issues and population groups outlined in our Strategic Plan, Active Healthy People: 2018-2023.

Our objectives:

  • Educate and raise awareness about good health to support healthy choices
  • Create healthy environments within organisations and venues
  • Reduce the promotion of unhealthy messages or brands which do not align with Healthway objectives
  • Provide opportunities for participation in healthy activities particularly among Healthway’s priority populations
  • Build the capacity of organisations and the community to advocate for health-promoting culture, norms, and practices.

Our priority areas: 

Our health promotion partnership categories and information

Eligible organisations are defined as:

  • Sport: an organisation that involves sport or active recreation for the purposes of achieving increased physical activity and deliver health promotion outcomes
  • Arts: an organisation that includes arts and cultural programs or activities that provide opportunities for people to participate in, or to gain new experiences and deliver health promotion outcomes
  • Racing: an organisation involved in motor car or motorcycle racing and delivering health promotion outcomes
  • Community Events: agricultural shows and events that encourage broad community engagement, (not including swap meets, flea markets, seminars or similar activities) and delivering health promotion outcomes
  • Organisations that primarily seek health promotion outcomes that utilise sport, recreation, arts, cultural, or racing programs or facilities as the vehicle to achieve these.   

Check the Partnership Program Guidelines for more information on eligibility and how to apply for funding.

Our Partnership Program provides funding to sport, arts, racing, and community events to help WA communities create programs and activities that encourage good health now and into the future. As well as individual lifestyle choices, the places where people live, work, and play all influence health behaviours. 

The Partnership Guidelines provide an overview of how to apply for funding for Under $5,000. Step-by-step information on how to complete an application form is provided in part two of the guidelines. 

Applications must be received at least three months prior to the commencement of the project.

The application form is available through our online portal.

Our Partnership Program provides funding to sport, arts, racing, and community event organisations to help WA communities create programs and activities that encourage good health now and into the future. As well as individual lifestyle choices, the places where people live, work, and play all influence health behaviours. 

The Partnership Guidelines provide an overview of how to apply for funding for over $5,000. Step-by-step information on how to complete an application form is provided in part two of the guidelines.

Applications must be received at least five calendar months prior to the commencement of the project.

The application form is available through our online portal.

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