Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program

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Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants is a small grants program aiming to contribute to the success, vibrancy and wellbeing of rural and regional communities nationwide.

Nutrien Ag Solutions seeks to support local grassroots organisations with funding for projects that are meaningful for their communities.

We require organisations interested in applying for a grant to first contact a Nutrien Ag Solutions branded store Branch Manager to be endorsed. More information is provided in the guidelines and if you need help with this requirement simply get in touch with FRRR on the numbers below.

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Future rounds


2022

This program is now closed.


Announced by
October 2021

Previous recipients & other links


Currently assessing Round 1


Grantseeker Workshop recording

How to apply

Please read the information on each of the three tabs below to make sure this is the right grant for your project.

If you want to explore other grant options, please go to Find Funding Now.


I have a question, who can I talk to?

Danielle Griffin or Fiona Bradshaw
1800 170 020
info@frrr.org.au

Confirm you are eligible to apply for this grant

To make sure this is the right grant for your community, please read the grant information below carefully. Click on each headline to reveal the detail.

If you need to share this information with others, you can download the guidelines above.

Gather information to support your grant application

Please read the information below to support the planning and preparation of your project. It also sets out what you MUST include for your project to be considered. There are plenty of helpful resources to support you along the way.

Please contact FRRR if you have any questions about the following information.

Your grant application MUST include:

Need some more help?

We have a large selection of resources on our Grantseeker Resources Page to help you along the way.

Submit your grant application via the Grants Gateway

To apply for a grant, applicants need to contact their local Nutrien Ag Solutions Branch Manager to discuss their project idea and have it endorsed. The Nutrien Branch Manager will then send a ‘Letter of Support’ endorsement email that can be attached to the application. Please contact FRRR if you do not know where your local Nutrien Ag Solutions branded store is located..

Please contact FRRR if you have questions about any aspect of the Grants Gateway online application form.

Before you submit your application via the online Grants Gateway, please ensure you have:

  • confirmed you are eligible to apply for this grant
  • provided clear information about your project
  • checked that you are an eligible legal entity
  • provided the financial information required
  • created a budget for the project
  • gathered supporting materials
  • spoken to an FRRR contact person where you were unsure of any requirement
  • gathered community support for the project
  • checked the information you are providing to make sure it is clear and relevant to the project

Helpful resources:

It is time to submit your application. If it is helpful, you can download a copy of the application form.

Please read the instructions on how to use the Grants Gateway How-to Guide and have your questions answered with our Grants Gateway FAQs.

If you have significant issues accessing a stable internet connection, please contact our team to discuss an alternative way of applying:
Ph: 1800 170 020 or Email: info@frrr.org.au

“The FRRR team and grants administration were wonderful in the whole phase from application, project delivery to final acquittal. The communications provided by FRRR were great, I felt up to date and aware of what was required throughout the funding/project. The COVID-19 disaster was also in the middle of the roll out of our project, so the longer time frame to complete the grant was appreciated and ideal. We are so excited for the opportunities this grant has provided.”
Stamford Race Club Inc – Canteen Amenities Upgrade

Inspiration – Past projects

Explore some of the projects we’ve previously funded to see how other organisations have helped their community thrive.

Volunteers are the building blocks of a community that thrives

With a $4,800 Small Grant, Mount Pleasant Natural Resource Centre refurbished The Share Shed. The new space has had a positive effect throughout the community, with new workshops and events held, and more locals putting their hand up to volunteer at the Centre.

Bundaleer Forest’s
nature play area

A $5,000 Small Grant supported the design and construction of seven nature play structures along the Maple Walk in the Bundaleer Forest Picnic Ground. This is the first step in delivering a larger vision to develop Bundaleer as the largest nature play space in regional South Australia.

Gwalla railway mural and art trail enhancements

Northampton Friends of the Railway received a $3,500 SRC grant to to design and construct a steel art sculpture celebrating and promoting a unique local history in a bid to leverage the significant tourism potential of the town and bring in more visitors and diversify income.