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The Repair-Restore-Renew (RRR) Program is intended to help communities recover by addressing needs that have emerged since the disaster event.
Funds are raised from the time of the event, however in keeping with FRRR’s Natural Disaster Framework, funds are not dispersed until 12 months after a natural disaster has been declared.
This ensures support is available for the medium to long term recovery process.
Grants can be up to $20,000 for community recovery projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities living in areas severely affected by a declared Natural Disaster.
2015 Disaster Events
FRRR is currently fundraising to support communities affected by natural disasters in 2014/15. While those affected are receiving immediate and short-term assistance from State Governments and emergency relief groups, we know from experience that they will still need support in 12-18 months, when the focus has moved on to future disasters. You can help by donating now to help the medium to long-term recovery needs that will emerge.
We are currently raising funds to support:
- NSW areas impacted by floods and storms - April 2015
- NT impacted by Cyclone Lam - February 2015
- QLD impacted by Cyclone Marcia - February 2015
- WA impacted by the Manjimup bushfire - February 2015
- SA impacted by the Adelaide Hills bushfires - January 2015
- VIC impacted by the Moyston bushfires - January 2015
- VIC impacted by the Creighton's Creek bushfires - December 2014
The RRR program is a program where we run sub-programs for different disaster events. In most cases, there are multiple rounds of funding - although that depends on the support we receive from our donors and partners. Check back regularly to see what funding rounds are coming up, for which disaster events.
“Without organisations like FRRR and their donors we would not have had our Museum restored. Cardwell’s history would have been lost forever. Cardwell might be a small town but we all help to contribute to Australia’s rich history. It would have been such a travesty to have lost that.”
Murray Massey, Cardwell Historical Society
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Round 2 grant recipients announced.
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Applications from locally based not-for-profit community groups are prioritised. Organisations do not require any specific tax status, however an ABN or Incorporation Certificate is preferred.
Please check each funding round for the relevant opening and closing dates, application forms
and application guideline documents.
- Much more than just a garden
- Repairing the Pioneer Valley Kindergarten
- Storage facility for St John's School P&F, Silkwood
Applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Manager Natalie Egleton by email or telephone on 1800 170 020 to discuss their project.