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Repair restore renew: natural disaster community grants program

 

Overview

The Repair restore renew (RRR): natural disaster community grants program is a collaborative, partnership-based funding model to support community groups in the medium to long term recovery process after experiencing a natural disaster.

The objective of the funding is to deliver a collaborative, flexible and responsive grants program to support recovery from disaster, increase the resilience and capacity of community groups; and create new opportunities for partnership, enterprise and leadership in regions across rural and regional Australia.

The RRR program is a flexible funding model that tailors grant program to suit the needs of communities in regions that have been severely impacted by a disaster. Grants will target projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities, contributing to their development in social and community welfare, economic, environmental, health or cultural areas.

Grants of up to $20,000 are available for community recovery projects. Funds are raised from the time of the event, however not dispersed until 12 months after the event, addressing the medium to long term recovery issues.

Application details: Please refer to the links below for further information.

Contacts

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal
114 Williamson Street
Bendigo Vic 3550
PO Box 41
Bendigo Vic 3552
Ph: (03) 5430 2399
Email: info@frrr.org.au

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Last updated: 8 January 2014
 
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