CHARITABLE GRANTS PROGRAM
ACMAV's Grants Program offers assistance to those in the Australian and international community, while being attentive to the needs of the ethnic Chinese people in particular.
One of the ways to realise this vision is for ACMAV to promote the academic and humanitarian efforts of its members and offer monetary assistance. All members who perform such work are eligible to apply for a grant.
Grants will be prioritised if they are for projects, charitable works or charitable events that:
The amount made available for such funds will vary from year to year, and shall be determined by the Committee of the ACMAV.
The grants will be awarded based on review of the grant applications by the ACMAV Committee in November of each year.
Download the ACMAV Charitable Grants Application Form
TOM TSIANG MEMORIAL PRIZE
The Ching Tang (Tom) Tsiang Memorial Prize commemorates the late Dr Tsiang, the Foundation President of the ACMAV, who died in December 2008. An endowment fund was established by the ACMAV with the generous support of the family of the late Dr Tsiang, and the interest is used to fund this prize.
Dr Tsiang was a distinguished General Practitioner and Acupuncturist who, together with the then Victorian AMA President Dr George Santoro, formed the Chinese Medical Society in 1985, which later became the ACMAV. Dr Tsiang embraced a vision for this organisation which included the following aims:
Download the Tom Tsiang Memorial Prize Nomination Form
Previous Grant Recipients
Previous Memorial Prize Recipients