Every year we celebrate with the annual review, which showcases what can be achieved when innovative community members receive just a little philanthropic support.
2019-20 Annual Review
The 2019/20 financial year was a year in two parts – before bushfires, and after them – and a year of strengthening and responding. It was an also an extraordinary year to mark FRRR’s 20th anniversary.
FY2018/19 was a record year for FRRR, particularly in terms of funds distributed. This Review looks back on 2018/19 and showcases some of the wonderful things that rural communities can achieve, with support and encouragement from philanthropy.
This year’s Annual Review captures the essence of what we achieved in FY2017/18, how we delivered and our performance both from a financial perspective, as well as from the communities themselves.
This edition of the FY2016/17 Annual Review reflects on the achievements of rural, regional and remote communities, and showcases what’s possible with the support of philanthropy.
This Review of FRRR’s operations during FY15/16 demonstrates the impact of our partnerships with the private sector, philanthropy and government on rural, regional and remote communities. We share several stories of the amazing things community groups do with the support they receive.
The 2014/15 Annual Review celebrates 15 years of championing rural, regional and remote communities through partnerships with the private sector, philanthropy and government. The Review reports on our activities for 2014/15 financial year, including our record breaking results in the areas of funds received and funds granted.
FRRR’s 2013/14 annual review showcases what can be achieved when innovative community members receive just a little philanthropic support. More than 750 grants were made this financial year, and a total of $6.4 million distributed. The report also highlights the power of collaborative giving and the importance of networks.
FRRR has released an Annual Review of its 2011/12 operations. The publication shares some inspirational examples of our grant programs in action, none of which is possible without the generous support of our donors and partners.
FRRR’s 2008-09 Community Report outlines the many philanthropic initiatives it has undertaken in partnership with local organisations to support rural and regional communities.
FRRR has released it’s 2006-07 Community Report on its activities during a year in which profound social and economic pressure and resultant personal stress have affected many families and communities across rural and regional Australia.
FRRR’s Community Report for 2003-2005 highlights the significant benefits offered by FRRR in helping rebuild rural and regional communities, combat economic and social pressures, and tackle the consequences of wide-spread drought.
FRRR’s inaugural Community Report details the Foundation’s beginnings, and stories of inspiring communities who drive the projects that are needed and wanted by their communities. It also details the role of philanthropy in rural, regional and remote communities.