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We are grateful for the funding and support of our key contributors in 2022.
$1,800 Mental Health Week Grant – Mental Health Council of Tasmania.
$1,000 Residual Sponsorship from 2021 – National Recovery and Resilience Agency –
$500 Break O’Day Community Wellbeing Project – Tasmanian Community Fund – specifically
to support involvement of wellbeing project participants and promotion to broader
$500 Break O’Day Council And additional in-kind contributions for venue costs, event
planning, risk assessment, staff–time at the event.
Adjustments to Festival Event Plan
The Family Food Truck broke down and was unavailable at short notice. We missed them and this meant we had less food options than we intended, but our food providers did a fabulous job of offering a range of foods and drinks for everyone and keeping up with demand.
About the day
Access and Inclusion
The day in pictures
Golden Wellbeing Tickets
The Wellbeing Tree was a fun and colourful way to collect messages of gratitude at the Festival. The Wellbeing Tree is one of the community projects from the Break O’Day Community Wellbeing Project.
Advertising & Promotion
A Festival Facebook page was created on 8 August 2022. www.facebook.com/FestivalOfWellbeingBreakODay
The Communities of Wellbeing website built in 2021 was used to host the 2022 Festival information.
2022 Festival webpages:
For Contributors – hidden after Contributors locked in
Expressions of Interest – hidden after Contributors locked in
Access and Inclusion Statement
Festival Photos – photos added post-Festival
Golden Wellbeing Ticket – created post-Festival for Ticket Holders and Wellbeing hosts to find more information about the process
Awareness, Belonging and Connection
What was great about the day?
What can we do better next time?
Some key things for the 2023 festival team to consider…
Wellbeing@bodc.tas.gov.au 6376 7900 0439 826 491