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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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2017 editions

eNews April 2017
eNews April 2017
This month we've got over $1 million in grants available. All the details in our program update. We've also been busy continuing our fundraising efforts via our Cyclone Debbie Recovery Fund, thanks to our generous partners and donors. There's also info on using Donation Accounts as a tax-effective means of fundraising for your community[more]
eNews March 2017
eNews March 2017

In this edition of our March eNews, we give you a full update on our grant programs, share information on our recent road trips, and preview CPPW 2017. As usual, we also profile several grants in action from Cohuna and Moyhu in Vic, to Toowoomba and Emerald in Qld, Renmark in SA, Kellerberrin in WA, and the Hunter / New England region in NSW. There's also a handy tip on evaluating the success of your project, including links to more information.

eNews February 2017
eNews February 2017

This bumper edition of eNews includes a wrap up on the Heywire Summit, the launch of a new partnership to capitalise on Lightbulb Moments, case studies from Gippsland, Mt Liebig, Cummanulla and Dungog, and details of lots of FRRR grants on offer and awarded.

eNews January 2017
eNews January 2017
The first eNews of 2017 provides a great update on all of FRRR's activities, including grant announcements, programs opening and our assessment schedule. We also share some lessons in leveraging from Urbenville in NSW, and profile some very interesting Grants in Action. From a story about Fish Creek's community garden, and making reggae in [more]

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