FRRR offers donors an option to establish a donor-named fund. This flexible model allows donors to develop a grant program that aligns with their brand, values and giving objectives.
With our deep knowledge and extensive networks, FRRR offers donors with unparalleled national expertise in grassroots community development grant making.
Donor-named programs make use of an FRRR Giving Sub-Fund. This is an account that sits within the FRRR DGR-1 endorsed Public Fund and is set aside specifically for the granting objectives agreed with the donor. By working through FRRR, donors extending their philanthropic reach beyond DGR-1 organisations to deserving local not-for-profit associations and volunteer run groups that are at the heart of remote, rural, and regional Australia.
Our support can range from light-touch, with FRRR helping to manage governance, communications and grant delivery, through to a fully customised program where FRRR can tailor the level of promotion of the grant program, dial up or down involvement in assessment and the engagement with grantees.
Due to the administration required in delivering a bespoke grant program, FRRR suggests a minimum philanthropic commitment of $330,000 per round.
Explore the FAQs below and if you still have questions, contact Danielle Griffin or call 03 5420 2399.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Westpac Foundation extended its annual grants program into remote, rural & regional areas.
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Grants to help communities strengthen their resilience through long-term recovery from a significant natural disaster by undertaking community-identified and led long-term recovery activities for public benefit.
Sally Foundation has run a grant program, and leveraged their account to support priority projects.
The ‘Our Town’ initiative is empowering selected South Australian towns to build their capabilities to develop community-based responses to mental health and wellbeing.
The Yulgilbar Foundation Fund supports communities in the Clarence Valley and surrounding regions who have a desire and need to strengthen their capacity and resilience in response to 2019/20 bushfires, drought and continued challenges across the region.