The Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) have completed the Investing in Rural Community Futures (IRCF) Community Roadmap for Junee.
The Roadmap for Junee can be viewed online at FRRR’s website.
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A series of goals have been identified for a five year period under each of the four focal areas;
- Sector Efficiencies
- Systems and Structures
- Investing in Strategy
Round 2 IRCF grants now open
It is recommended that you print a copy of the form, so you can see all the information required and begin drafting your answers and collating the required information.
FRRR have developed various tools to help you navigate the application process. We strongly recommend you read the How-To Guide which provides a step-by-step guide in how to submit a grant application using FRRR’s online grant application system, the FAQ’s, and watch our helpful tips on How to Navigate the Activity Tree before your start your application.
- If you have not applied for a grant with FRRR via this system previously, you will need to set up an account to start your first application.
- If you have previously applied using FRRR’s Grants Gateway, login using your user account and start a new application.
- If you are unable to apply online, or experience any problems in using the Grants Gateway, please contact FRRR on free call 1800 170 020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only community organisations from Junee, Leeton and Nambucca Valley are eligible to apply for grants under the IRCF program.
After reading the guidelines, applicants should speak with the local IRCF facilitator (Cahli Wall for Junee) in your region as the first point of contact before submitting an application.
Applications for the IRCF program close 5pm, June 12, 2020.