...small to medium grants for projects that focus on major issues causing disadvantage and inequity
The programs under the Targeted Impact stream provide grants for projects that respond to and address issues causing or influencing disadvantage and inequity in rural, regional and remote communities across Australia. FRRR and our partners seek to support projects that are preventative as well as responsive in their approaches, and seek to understand the need and evidence base for the project, its approach, and intended outcomes in grant applications.
Examples of the focus of targeted impact programs include community-led approaches to improving mental health outcomes, supporting communities to adapt and recover from the impacts of drought and natural disasters, investing in youth leadership, and improving access to primary healthcare.
Programs in this stream are typically time-limited rather than ongoing. Grants are typically above $15,000 and for single year or at times multi-year projects. Each program has its own discrete objectives, parameters, and focus areas. Specific details about each program can be found on their respective pages. For all programs, please read the information and program guidelines carefully and lodge an application to the one you feel is most appropriate, rather than make multiple applications.
Details of the Targeted Impact programs currently available are below.
|Grant Program||Summary||Status||Key dates|
|School and Beyond||
School and Beyond is designed to help young people affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires. Organisations that work with young people from fire-affected communities are encouraged to contact a School and Beyond program partner.
|OPEN||Contact FRRR for Partner Information|
|Enhancing Country Health Outcomes (ECHO)||
The Enhancing Country Health Outcomes (ECHO) grant program aims to improve primary health outcomes for people living in rural, regional and remote New South Wales and Victoria.
|AWARDED||R2 opens 2020|
|Stronger Community Foundations||
Stronger Community Foundations is a program specifically supporting five Community Foundations or Trusts that were established in regions affected by the 2009 Victorian Bushfires to support long-term recovery in impacted communities.
|OPEN||Application by invitation only|
|Community Group Futures||
The Community Group Futures program is aimed at helping not-for-profit organisations affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires to think beyond day to day operations and look ahead to ensure they can meet ongoing community needs.
|Grants for Resilience & Wellness (GR&W)||
Program with the specific focus of providing assistance towards community-strengthening and resilience-building projects for communities affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires to build strength and capacity for the future.
|FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants||
Grants to help rural communities tackle the issues concerning young people across rural, regional and remote Australia.
|Tackling Tough Times Together (Always Open)||
The Tackling Tough Times Together program helps communities access the resources they need to support one another through the drought. Open year round, grants up to $20,000 and $60,000 are available, with EOIs invited for grants up to $150,000.
|OPEN||Round 14 Applications Due 23 July; R13 Assessing|
|ANZ Seeds of Renewal||
An ANZ funded program that aims to help build thriving communities in rural, regional and remote areas of Australia through the provision of grants. Seeds of Renewal also offers information technology (IT) equipment, thanks to ANZ’s technology par...
|OPENING SOON||2019 program opens 2 July|
|In a Good Place||
In a Good Place is a national grants program that provides support for community-driven initiatives that reduce social isolation, increase social participation and connectedness, and encourage people in rural, regional and remote communities who a...
|OPENING SOON||Opens 9 July|
|Kinglake Ranges Community Planning Fund||
Program with the specific focus on providing support for community-strengthening, resilience-building and small infrastructure projects in the Kinglake Ranges, following the 2009 Victorian Bushfires.
|COMING SOON||Coming soon|