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To get more Victorians physically active, VicHealth focuses on making physical activity participation part of everyday living, active recreation and organised sport.
A new funding scheme for innovative ideas that have the potential to improve Victorians’ physical and mental wellbeing through the arts and digital technologies has been unveiled.
Active Club Grants recognise the important role local clubs/organisations play in increasing physical activity and helping communities stay connected.
A new funding scheme from VicHealth has been announced to encourage more women and girls across Victoria to get involved in sport.
Researchers are invited to apply for funding for projects that have the potential to generate large health gains for Victorian population groups.
A new report from VicHealth has shown teenagers are struggling to do even an hour of physical activity a day and are almost five times more likely to be on their smartphone or tablet than being active.
Funding is now closed.
Applications are now closed.
Submissions are now closed.
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Hundreds of clubs are doing fantastic things with their VicHealth Active Club Grants. This story follows the Fairfield Cricket Club and their senior women’s cricket team.
The 2014 VicHealth Innovation Challenge: Physical Activity called for new ideas to get more Victorians physically active. We challenged you to take sport and physical activity in a new direction.
Keep up to date with the latest news and publications, funding opportunities, careers and upcoming events at VicHealth.