News - 2020 bushfire recovery
FRRR has a long history of supporting bushfire-affected communities in their recovery. In early 2020, there was a very generous response from the philanthropic and corporate sectors, as well as hundreds of individuals, in response to FRRR's appeal for funds to support the medium to long-term recovery of fire-affected communities.
This page is designed to make it easy for these generous donors to see how we are distributing these funds, and how FRRR is supporting the ongoing recovery of these communities.
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Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that from time to time, articles may contain images or comments from deceased persons.
These grants are collaboratively and generously supported by the following donors:
adidas Amanda Toone Arcare Family Foundation Arthur Laundy Australian Community Media's South Coast is Calling initiative Barker Trailers Bowness Family Foundation Brasher Family Foundation Center for Disaster Philanthropy Charter Hall Chefs on the Run Chrysanthemum Foundation Clarity Workplace Solutions EnergyAustralia Entertainment Industry Foundation Fire Fight Australia Fund Friends of FRRR GlobalGiving Grace and Emilio Foundation Herbert Smith Freehills IKEA Australia Jeunesse Kids Foundation McKinsey and Company Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust Metamorphic Foundation Morgans Foundation Limited Morris Family Foundation Muscle Nation Nelson Alexander Charitable Foundation News Corp Origin Energy Foundation Paul Ramsay Foundation Pepper Australia Percy Baxter Charitable Trust Portland House Foundation R.M.Williams Recochem Inc Redbubble REIV Charitable Foundation Sidney Myer Fund Sony Foundation Australia Stage 5 Australasia P/L Stockland CARE Foundation Suncorp Group Tabcorp Holdings Ltd The Jack Brockhoff Foundation The Laneway Festival The Pratt Foundation The Sid and Fiona Myer Family Foundation The Waislitz Family Foundation, in partnership with Australian Community Media Thoms Family Endowment - a sub-fund of the AET Foundation UNICEF Australia Vicinity Centres