Current Giving Sub-Fund Accounts

The flexibility of Giving Sub-Fund Accounts enables support of a wide range of themes, regions and tailored giving programs to extend the reach of both FRRR and donors into rural, regional and remote Australia (demonstrated by the range of partners / funds below).

The following Giving Sub-Fund Accounts are currently open, and where indicated, are accepting donations for projects which include community development, social inclusion and social capital, capacity building and health and well-being. Click on the links below for more information about each account, and to make a donation.

If you're interested in establishing a Giving Sub-Fund Account with FRRR, please speak with Jo Kemp (philanthropic foundations) or Danielle Griffin (corporates). 

Current Giving Sub-Fund Accounts

Summary of project




The Sally Foundation - Orange Region

Providing grants to support charitable projects that directly benefit youth in the Orange region of NSW. This program will build capacity to incorporate young people into the broader community through a variety of means including activities, mentoring, confidence and capacity building, connecting older and young people and encouraging youth to have a voice that is heard.

Orange NSW

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Fay Fuller Foundation - Our Town

Through a dedicated ten year initiative called ‘Our Town’, Fay Fuller Foundation has committed to empowering selected rural and regional South Australian towns to explore and work towards solutions to mental health challenges identified by the towns themselves. The goal of Our Town is to build on the strengths, skills and talents of people in the participating towns to collectively move towards mentally healthy futures.

Various SA

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Kofi Foundation - Annual Grant Program

The Kofi Foundation partners with FRRR through a Giving Sub-Fund Account to support community projects in regional Australia that focus on improving mental health and wellbeing; the protection of fauna for the benefit of community wellbeing; and arts and creativity. 

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Pratt Foundation - Visy Tumut Region Recovery Fund

Pratt Foundation has partnered with FRRR to administer a $1 million Visy Tumut Region Recovery Fund to support the recovery of communities in the greater Tumut region affected by the 2019/20 bushfires. The Visy Tumut Region Recovery Fund will provide support in the form of grants to local not-for-profit organisations and community groups to deliver the programs, services and activities that will help local people in their recovery. 

Tumut, Batlow, Adelong and surrounding regions NSW  

News Corp - Bushfire Fund Grants

News Corp has partnered with FRRR to enable the delivery of the News Corp Bushfire Fund grants. This support is for local not-for-profit organisations and community groups that are delivering locally led projects and activities to assist people in their recovery as a result of the 2019/2020 bushfires. 

Various National  

Westpac Foundation - Rural Community Grants

Westpac Foundation has partnered with FRRR to offer Westpac Foundation's Community Grants to rural and regional communities. These grants provide support for community organisations creating opportunities through education, training and employment.

Various National  

ANZ - Seeds of Renewal

ANZ has partnered with FRRR since 2003 to deliver the ANZ Seeds of Renewal program. In 2020 the grants will focus on projects that improve: Housing Access, Financial Literacy and Environmental Sustainability.

Populations of 15,000 or fewer National  

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