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Applying & Reporting
FRRR funds the not for profit sector to support community projects across rural and regional Australia. Our primary focus is small, rural and remote communities with a population of less than 15,000.
FRRR has established a range of grant programs that are simple, effective and easy to access. Our application forms are short, our administration systems allow grants to be submitted and announced within 8 – 10 weeks. We have established ourselves within the philanthropic sector to be able to respond quickly to community need and provide funding to support local solutions to local issues.
Most grant programs have a formal application process with set opening and closing dates. All applicants must complete an application form and provide copies of any additional information requested in the program guidelines.
Successful applicants will be required to provide FRRR with a written report and financial acquittal of the grant.
HOW TO APPLY
Each grant program has its own set of criteria and guidelines. These are available on the Funding Programs page or can be selected on the links on the side-bar.
Additional information on the application process, tips for success, Frequently Asked Questions and template forms can be found HERE.
HOW TO REPORT
Each grant program has a report proforma that must be completed at the end of the funded project. These are available on the Funding Programs page with the application forms, or can be selected on the links on the side-bar.
Additional information on the reporting process, including requesting a variation for an already approved project is available HERE.