SA Health: Healthy towns challenge

The SA Healthy Towns Challenge is a grants program for regional and rural towns to develop preventive health programs within their community, which will have measurable benefits (over 12 months) to the community’s health and wellbeing. Successful projects aim to increase access or opportunity for the community to make healthier choices or participate in activities with a prevention focus.


Grants of up to $50,000 each will be provided to a minimum of five towns (or groups of towns) each year for four years (until 2021), across the six regional SA Local Health Networks.


All applications must be made in partnership with an External Partner. The External Partner must be a not-for-profit organisation with expertise in the health and wellbeing sector, including non-government organisations, University departments, and smaller community groups with specific expertise.

Submission requirements

  • Application form (DOC) submitted to SA Health by 9 April 2020, 5.00pm ACDT
  • A letter of support from the External Partner, indicating its proposed role in the project, must be attached to the grant application
  • Please contact (Business Development Manager) if requesting the University of Adelaide be an External Partner

Further Information

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