The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) has been established as a partnership between philanthropy, governments and business to stimulate rural and regional renewal in Australia.

FRRR encourages innovation and creativity in rural and regional communities. It delivers a range of grant programs, supports the development of regional community foundations, and uses seed funding and challenge grants to move regional development project funding into a more dynamic context. Read about key achievements in our online 2012/13 Annual Review.

We have specialised programs to assist communities recover from fires, floods and cyclones. In our experience it is important to support communities in the medium-to-long term, to fill the gaps left after government and relief agencies have stepped away and to help sustain momentum in community-led recovery efforts when volunteer fatigue sets in. If you want to donate to a disaster recovery program - you can do so online or contact our CEO to discuss a partnership or donation.

Find out about amazing projects on our 'featured stories' page or use our map of projects to locate community projects you have an interest in. To stay informed of our activities each month subscribe to our eNews.

Announcements

Riding through the storm

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The VoiceMob Project

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Wentworth Rural Women's Gathering

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First AED for First Aid in Franklin

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> More announcements
 

Upcoming Dates

STEPS - Skills, Training, Engagement and Practical Support

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Grants for Resilience & Wellness Program

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McEwen Foundation

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Rural Education Australia Program - REAPing Rewards

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> More upcoming dates