The Members of the Tasmanian Community Sector Industry Plan are drawn from across the breadth of our sector.
The Liberals will fund TasCOSS and a joint committee of sector, peak body, and government representatives to develop a ten-year Community Sector Industry Development Plan.
North-North West Regional Manager, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
If enacted, charities will not be able to use international philanthropy or foreign donations to advocate on issues that are vital to the people and communities we work with.
The 2018 State Election has been called for 3 March and TasCOSS will be by your side throughout helping to interpret the policy announcements, pointing out where our sector and Tasmanians are affected and holding our potential parliamentary representatives to account.
Many of you have already spoken with us about how we can support your efforts to highlight your key issues to the political parties and candidates.
Do you want to provide disability services as a registered NDIS provider? Is the NDIS Providers Development Fund the grant for you?
CEO, Hobart City Mission
Vice-Chair & Secretary the Committee of Governance, Wyndarra Centre Smithton
Social innovation and the social economy can cause great confusion. Many terms are new, overlapping or not that useful in the first place. Our colleagues at VCOSS have put together a series of briefing papers to help fight the confusion.