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2020 bushfire recovery Disaster recovery stories Donor newsletter Insights: 4 March 2021
Many regional and rural communities experienced devastation as a result of the 2019/20 Black Summer fires. The Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements reported that more than...
Community stories Disaster recovery stories Donor newsletter: 2 March 2021
GLENRAC received a grant to deliver workshops to the Glen Innes farming community focusing on drought management techniques and sustainable agriculture.
Community stories Disaster recovery stories: 30 November 2018
After the devastation of Bushfires, it is often the volunteers who help bring rural communities back to life. The Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House (KRNH) Inc coordinates more than 50 volunteers to run the Op Shop and regularly participate in activities at the Centre.
Community stories Disaster recovery stories: 26 April 2018
Arthurs Creek Strathewan CFA were given a $15,730 grant from the Grants for Resilience and Wellness program funded by Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund to deliver the Strathewen Primary School Fire Awareness Program, designed to support local students and help build their confidence around fire safety and preparedness.
Community stories Disaster recovery stories: 20 January 2017
Pinery Fire response supported by Community Foundation Account Foundation Barossa's story is a particularly good example of how FRRR’s Community Foundation Accounts are able to help a...
Community stories Disaster recovery stories: 6 May 2015
This story highlights to community groups that may be faced with recovering from some of the recent natural disasters across the country how a Donation Account could make a difference to your ability to fundraise to get things back up and running.