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Providing the evidence base to reduce harmful AOD use in
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Date posted: 10 December 2014
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) have recently launched a new resource package, FundAssist, to help non-government organisations prepare, plan and write funding applications. FundAssist was commissioned by the Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA) on behalf of the state and territory alcohol and other drug (AOD) peak bodies.
FundAssist is an interactive learning resource that helps organisations work through the steps involved in developing a funding strategy and prepare to write a funding application.
Although primarily written for the Australian non-government/not-for-profit AOD sector, the principles and activities in FundAssist can be used by any organisation and/or individuals seeking funding.
The resource package is available online and as an electronic interactive pdf on USB.
Source: The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA)