How do you support not-for-profit organisations in our regional areas to build their capacity and enable them to become more robust and durable?
The answer may be in a program rolled out by the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal in Partnership with the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation – it’s called Investing in Rural Community Futures Program.
Interested in finding out about participatory grantmaking? Then we think you’ll find the latest episode of the Philanthropy Australia podcast, ‘Building rural and regional communities for the long haul’, really insightful.
The episode features an engaging discussion between FRRR’s Alli Mudford and Nancy Sposato, and Junee local committee member and businesswoman, Nat Phillips. They talk about how FRRR is working with regional NSW communities, including Junee, to put participatory grantmaking into action through the Investing in Rural Community Futures (IRCF) program.