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Community, Rural & Regional

Strengthening Rural Communities – Larger Leverage EOI

Funder:  Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR)

Grant Background: Through the Larger Leverage grants, small rural, regional and remote communities now have an opportunity to access funding to support more aspirational objectives, think bigger and leverage the ideas, creativity and resources of communities for bigger impacts and stronger, more connected communities.

The Larger Leverage tier is focussed on supporting two types of projects:

  1. a) Projects delivered in remote or very remote communities;
    b) Projects that require more financial support in order to enhance the community or organisational capacity and accelerate the outcomes to be achieved.

Expressions of interest (EOI) are required to apply for this tier.

Applications must clearly demonstrate a focus on one activity from the following seven activity areas.

1. Building community resilience

2. Developing organisational resilience and capacity

3. Enhancing environmental sustainability

4. Fostering cultural vibrancy

5. Lifelong learning and education

6. Economic strength

7. Improving community health and social wellbeing

$ Available: up to $25 000.00.

Eligibility:  Who can apply?

  • Not-for-profit community-based organisations from communities across rural, regional and remote Australia where funds support projects and activities that offer clear public benefit (i.e. are for a charitable purpose) and address an agreed need in the community.
  • Organisations with an ABN or Incorporation Certificate.
  • Organisations with and without DGR endorsement.
  • An organisation is eligible to submit one application per grant round and apply for one tier of funding per grant round.

Key Dates: EOIs must be submitted by 04 February 2020.

Link: CLICK HERE

Happy to chat if you need a hand with your application. Good luck, Melanie

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