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Our eNewsletter is a monthly publication that features an editorial from our CEO, as well as highlighting key information from our various grant programs. It's also how we share best practice and showcase the great work achieved with a little help from an FRRR grant.

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2014 editions

July 2014
July 2014

This month we welcome new donors and announce a new drought program. Grants profiled include two training programs for youth, reinvesting solar savings, a high-impact noticeboard that's become hot property, and a new kitchen that's doing far more than just turning out good food.

June eNews
June eNews

This edition showcases just how variable the needs are in rural communities: from picnic tables for pre-schoolers, to inspiring inter-generational initiatives and stress workshops; whitegoods, flooring and new AV equipement. We also have new grant programs, and a new website.

May 2014
May 2014

In this edition we welcome some new donors, launch the Heywire program and profile some Grants in Action from Stanthorpe, Alvie, Urunga and Mataranka. There are also tips on measuring the success of your projects, as well as where to access funding for sporting initiatives.

April 2014
April 2014

This month's bumper edition features an update from the CEO and a plethora of interesting stories from across Australia, including the lovely ladies from Wentworth who travelled to Scone to attend the NSW Rural Women's Gathering. There’s also a listing of the grant programs that are currently open.

March 2014
March 2014

This edition features lots of grant programs open, news and updates from projects across the country, including Murgon, Northampton, Hollisdale, Barkly and Poowong, and an update on Heywire grants for 2014.

Feb 2014
Feb 2014

In this edition, we profile VFFF, welcome some new donors, celebrate Australia Day honours for one of our Board members, and share stories from Tully in the north, to Ungarra in South Australia, and places in between.

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