Project & Equipment Funding


Wishlist has an annual $1 million commitment to improving local health services.

Project funding is available to support capital projects, new and upgraded medical equipment, service development, support projects and healthy ageing.

 

As of Round 4 2020 - A new Choosing Wisely grant will be available to staff. Read more below.

 

Funding Rounds 2020

Round 1 opens 01/07/20 and closes on 17/08/20 - OPEN NOW

Round 2 opens 01/10/20 and closes on 07/12/20

Round 3 opened 06/01/20 and closed on 26/02/20

Round 4 opened 03/03/20 and closed on 16/04/20


CLICK HERE TO APPLY

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDELINES & DIRECTOR OF UNIT APPROVAL FORM

DOWNLOAD THE PROJECT REPORT FORM


 

Project Funding Frequently Asked Questions

WHERE DOES THE FUNDING COME FROM?

Funding allocated to projects is generated through Wishlist's fundraising events, sponsorships, grants and donations.

WHO CAN APPLY?

  • SCHHS Departments
  • Related Sunshine Coast community organisations where the project will be undertaken in conjunction with or overseen by a SCHHS representative.

I HAVE A QUESTION, WHO CAN I CALL?

Phone us at Wishlist on 5202 1777 or email sc-wishlist@health.qld.gov.au.

I HAVE RECEIVED A WISHLIST PROJECT FUNDING GRANT, HOW CAN I SEND YOU A REPORT?

Please fill out the Project Report Form and send it to sc-wishlist@health.qld.gov.au.

WHAT IS THE NEW CHOOSING WISELY GRANT?

Quality Improvement plays a critical role within our health service and our staff often have great ideas for improving and making meaningful impact on how the SCHHS can deliver care. Wishlist and the SCHHS Choosing Wisely team have joined forces to create a grant for staff to apply for Choosing Wisely-focused quality improvement initiatives.

This funding grant – up to $10,000 per submission – is included within Wishlist’s Project Funding round.

If there is a problem you are wanting to solve, we’d love to hear from you about your ideas to reduce tests, treatments and procedures of limited benefit and better involve patients in decisions about their care.