Latest FRRR Announcements
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|23 Oct 2017||Local Qld leader Bruce Scott OAM to join board of FRRR||
The Rt Hon Ian Sinclair AC, Chairman of the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) today announced that Bruce Scott OAM will be joining the FRRR Board.
|12 Oct 2017||Sally Foundation supports 10 youth-focused projects in Orange, NSW||
The Sally Foundation today announced that 10 local community groups will receive grants of up to $3,000 in the Foundation's annual small grants round.
|27 Sep 2017||Innovative solutions to challenging problems in nine NSW LGAs||
The grant recipients for the third and final round of Innovation for Community Impact (I4CI) Program have been announced. More than $236,000 in grants will be shared between thirteen community organisations across NSW to support locally-led initiatives addressing pressing social issues.
|23 Aug 2017||Drought affected communities receive support to boost tourism, local economy and wellbeing||
Community groups in drought-affected parts of Queensland and New South Wales will share in $209,112 in grants, thanks to FRRR's Tackling Tough Times Together (TTTT) program.
|14 Aug 2017||A new gateway to small grants for rural communities||
FRRR's flagship Small Grants for Rural Communities program opened today, with applications invited from community groups for grants of up to $5,000. In total, there is $380,000 available. This is FRRR's broadest program, reflecting the diversity of needs in rural, regional and remote communities.
|8 Aug 2017||Victorian Bushfire Recovery Grants Announced||
16 community groups received funding to support long-term recovery and resilience projects for communities affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
|8 Aug 2017||Seed-funding available to improve education, training and employment opportunities||
Youth in Tolland, Kooringal or Ashmont Estates in Wagga Wagga are set to have access to a range of new education, training and job opportunities, thanks to funding from the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS).
|8 Aug 2017||Grants set to help address biggest challenges facing rural youth||
Rural youth and their mentors in 35 rural and regional communities will soon be implementing projects to address some of the biggest issues facing young Australians, thanks to the FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants program.
|31 Jul 2017||July eNews now available||
We welcome in the new financial year with a newsletter that is full of updates about our programs, recent grant recipients and a heads up about our new online grants application portal (FRRRs Grants Gateway) that we are currently implementing. Our grants in action cover a choir in Esk, Qld, youth radio programs in Tasmania, art workshops in Moree, NSW, and a Kitchen Rules style cooking competition in Titjikala, NT.
|31 Jul 2017||Sally Foundation offers grants for youth initiatives in Orange||
The Sally Foundation, which holds a Donation Account with FRRR, will soon launch their inaugural small grants program to benefit young people living in or around Orange, NSW.
|17 Jul 2017||Grants for good now available||
The Domino's Give for Good grants program opened today offering grants of up to $5,000 to not-for-profit initiatives to support youth issues, education and training, leadership development and disaster preparedness and recovery.A total of $150,000 is available this year for projects in rural, regional and remote communities. This is the second year of the program, which is administered by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR).
|14 Jul 2017||Over 100 community projects funded in latest round of FRRR's flagship grant program||
FRRR today announced the 103 community groups that will share in grants totalling $410,763 through Round 31 of the Small Grants for Rural Communities program.
|6 Jul 2017||Victorian dairy communities share $100,000 in grants to build stronger local communities||
FRRR and the Gardiner Dairy Foundation today announced that 24 recipients of the 2017 Working in Dairy Communities small grants program will share $100,000.
|12 Apr 2017||Grants support innovative projects in Eden||
Eight projects share in $270,000 from the Eden Futures Program created by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services and the Foundation of Rural and Regional Renewal to support innovative and community-led responses to issues identified in Eden. All projects are designed to improve opportunities for Eden's young people.
|2 Feb 2017||FRRR&Gardiner Dairy Foundation open 15th round of small grants program||
$100,000 is available for community groups to apply for grants of up to $5,000 in all three Victorian Dairy Regions: Gippsland, Northern Victoria and South West Victoria. Grants to fund grass-roots community projects that strengthen small dairy communities, build their capacity to deal with local issues and enhance community infrastructure.
|24 Jan 2017||FRRR&Gardiner Dairy Foundation to host three free grant-seeker workshops||
The Gardiner Dairy Foundation and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) are hosting a free grant-seeker workshops in Tatura, Camperdown and Wonthaggi. The workshops offer local community members the opportunity to get practical tips on writing strong grant applications.
|23 Jan 2017||Domino's Give for Good program makes initial grants||
Twenty community groups will receive grants in the first round of the Domino's Give for Good grants. Domino's worked with FRRR to distribute the grants, which are designed to help create strong regional communities. Projects range from seed funding for a community-owned micro business, to leadership training and creating employment readiness.
|18 Jan 2017||A little grant can make a big difference||
The 31st round of Small Grants for Rural Communities is open. More than $300,000 in grants is available to enable communities to implement projects and activities that offer a clear public benefit to rural, regional and remote communities.
|16 Jan 2017||Ninety community groups receive Small Grants to welcome the New Year||
The grant recipients of the 30th round of Small Grants for Rural Communties were announced today. More than $360,000 will be distributed to ninety community groups across regional, rural and remote Australian communities.