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Grants

Stay On Your Feet®  runs two, three-month Move Improve Remove campaigns every year. For each campaign a total of $15,000, up to $5,000 per grant, is awarded.

Each campaign aims to raise awareness of a risk factor to reduce falls in older adults living in the community. Key target audiences are non-Aboriginal people aged 60+ years and Aboriginal people aged 45+ years.

Strengthen Your Legs Grants NOW OPEN

Stay On Your Feet®  is awarding $15,000 for Strengthen Your Legs Grants, up to $5,000 per grant, to help promote the Move Improve Remove: Strengthen Your Legs campaign.

The Strengthen Your Legs campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of strengthening your legs as a strategy to reduce falls in the community among older adults. Key target audiences are non-Aboriginal people aged 60+ years and Aboriginal people aged 45+ years.

The Strengthen Your Legs campaign will run from 1 September 2018 – 30 November 2018. Expressions of Interest close 5pm, Friday 15 June.

Download the Strengthen Your Legs Grant Application kit here

Check Your Medicines Grants – Applications opening September 2018.

Stay On Your Feet®  is awarding $15,000 for Check Your Medicines Grants, up to $5,000 per grant, to help promote the Move Improve Remove: Check Your Medicines campaign.

The Check Your Medicines campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of checking your medicines as a strategy to reduce falls in the community amongst older adults. Key target audiences are non-Aboriginal people aged 60+ years and Aboriginal people aged 45+ years.

The Check Your Medicines campaign will run from 1 February 2019 – 30 April 2019.

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Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Western Australian Department of Health.

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