Document Type

Report

Publisher

Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University

Place of Publication

Perth, Western Australia

School

Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, School of Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences

Comments

Rosenberg, M., French, S., Mitchell, J., Mills, C. and Wood, L. (2008). Organisational Survey: Impact of Healthway funding on currently funded and previously funded SAR organisations. Perth, Australia: Health Promotion Evaluation Unit, School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University.

Abstract

Since 1992, organisations in receipt of Healthway funding have demonstrated consistently high levels of commitment to sponsorship requirements. In part, the high levels of commitment observed may reflect a trend towards organisations with similar values to Healthway applying for funding. Organisations with different values to Healthway may receive funding once and decide that the sponsorship does riot match the needs of their organisation. This may result in difficulties fo.r Healthway to access hard to reach organisations, or to establish longer-term partnerships with Sports, Arts or Racing (SAR) organisations that target high priority groups. To better understand how Healthway's requirements of sponsored organisations impacts on their decisions to apply or reapply for funding, the aim of this study was to compare the views of previously funded and currently funded SAR organisations.

 
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