Communities for Children (CfC)

Communities for Children (CfC) in Launceston and Tamar Valley Tasmania

Anglicare Tasmania is a proud facilitating partner of the Communities for Children (CfC) initiative in Launceston’s Tamar Valley.

CfC is based on a national social movement insisting that a positive future is the birth right of every child, not just the fortunate few.

By working together, all children in Launceston and the Tamar Valley can be:

  • loved and safe
  • healthy
  • participating
  • learning
  • have material basics
  • grow up with a positive sense of culture and identity.

CfC supports

1

Programs

Local non-Government Community Partners to deliver programs that nurture children and families to trust, engage and thrive.

2

Community Committees

Six Community Committees collaborate to address urgent issues confronting their communities.

3

Community Capacity Building

Supported participation in programs and committees helps build skills and confidence of community members. Solutions and resources emerge and community ownership is integral.

4

Free Professional Development Conferences

In March 2021 Launceston hosted the 6th Communities for Children Conference for those working with and for children across the state and beyond.

More about the 2021 CFC Conference

5

Strategic Planning

You can download a copy of the Communities for Children Strategic Plan 2020-25 below.

CFC Strategic Plan 2020-25 (Overview)

CFC Strategic Plan 2020-25 (Detailed)

Enquire about CfC

The Communities for Children initiative is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Visit dss.gov.au for more information. Your enquiry will be reviewed and answered within 3 business days.