Latest Industries & Places stories
Read stories about some of the projects FRRR funded to build capability and capacity in rural and regional communities, and to address particular industry issues.
This covers grants made via the Lachlan Region Community grants program, Gardiner Foundation Working in Dairy Communities Small Grants program and the McEwen Foundation Goulburn Valley grants programs.
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|27 Sep 2017||Innovative solutions to challenging problems in nine NSW LGAs||
The grant recipients for the third and final round of Innovation for Community Impact (I4CI) Program have been announced. More than $236,000 in grants will be shared between thirteen community organisations across NSW to support locally-led initiatives addressing pressing social issues.
|4 Aug 2017||Dairy communities celebrated at the Shrine||
The Gardiner Dairy Foundation Grants presentation was held on the 6th of July at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne's Botanic Gardens, awarding 24 grants to not for profit projects in Victorian Dairy Farming Communities.
|12 Apr 2017||Grants support innovative projects in Eden||
Eight projects share in $270,000 from the Eden Futures Program created by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services and the Foundation of Rural and Regional Renewal to support innovative and community-led responses to issues identified in Eden. All projects are designed to improve opportunities for Eden's young people.
|2 Feb 2017||FRRR&Gardiner Dairy Foundation open 15th round of small grants program||
$100,000 is available for community groups to apply for grants of up to $5,000 in all three Victorian Dairy Regions: Gippsland, Northern Victoria and South West Victoria. Grants to fund grass-roots community projects that strengthen small dairy communities, build their capacity to deal with local issues and enhance community infrastructure.
|24 Jan 2017||FRRR&Gardiner Dairy Foundation to host three free grant-seeker workshops||
The Gardiner Dairy Foundation and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) are hosting a free grant-seeker workshops in Tatura, Camperdown and Wonthaggi. The workshops offer local community members the opportunity to get practical tips on writing strong grant applications.