Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal

Who are we?
Disasters take a toll on local groups’ capacity to do their job. This program supports these groups and the vital work they do in, and for, their communities.
Natalie Egleton, FRRR CEO
Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal
The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) connects common purposes and funding from government, business and philanthropy with the local needs of rural people and places. FRRR’s vision is a vibrant, resilient and revitalised remote, rural and regional Australia.
What are we doing?

How can we strengthen the capacity and capability of NFP organisations in bushfire-affected areas in regional NSW to help create resilient communities prepared to respond to current and future shocks?

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal - Investing for Not-for-Profit Capacity in Regional NSW

Increasing NFP’s operational capacity in bushfire-affected communities of Bega Valley, Taree and Wingham, and Glen Innes Severn. This provides grant support to increase their resourcing and delivery capacity and strengthen long-term operations.

What are the impact areas we aim to work within?
Impact Area
Thriving children
Communities & place
Disaster response and resilience
Not-for-profit sector
Other Areas
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