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FRRR – In a Good Place Program

Overview

This program aims to provide support for community-driven initiatives that reduce social isolation, increase social participation and connectedness, and increase help-seeking of members within rural, regional and remote communities who are at risk of, or are experiencing, mental health issues.

The objectives of the program are to:
- Reduce social isolation
- Increase social participation and connectedness
- Increase help-seeking

Grants of up to $20,000 are available.

The total funding pool is $200,000, in which $100,000 is available for each round..

Who Can Apply?

Eligible applicants include:
- Not-for-profit community-based organisations from communities across rural, regional and remote Australia where funds support projects and activities that offer clear public benefit (i.e. are for a charitable purpose) and address a need in the community.
- Organisations with an ABN or Incorporation Certificate.
- Organisations with and without DGR endorsement.

An organisation is eligible to submit one application per grant round.

Eligible Activities

Eligible activities include initiatives that:
- Are delivered via non-clinical first providers of mental health care, such as school counsellors and teachers, members of the clergy or pastoral care teams, neighbourhood or community groups, or via technological or other innovative methods.
- Improve accessibility and availability of mental health services, tools or support to areas with limited or no access to the same.
- Provide innovative responses that are inclusive, building social connections that lead to better mental health.
- Confront stigma surrounding help-seeking behaviour.

Please refer to the Guidelines for the complete list of eligible activities.

Main Assessment Criteria

The main assessment criteria include:
- Clear project information
- Project budget
- Organisational financials

Please refer to the Guidelines for the complete list of the assessment criteria.

Restrictions

The following are ineligible for funding:
- Individuals, private or commercial businesses.
- Projects that supportcore business and areas of responsibilityof Federal, State and local governments.
- Overseas travel and overseas projects.
- Prizes, gifts, trophies or awards.
- Projects that have already occurred or will occur before the grant is confirmed.
- Political lobbying.
- Projects solely focused on animal welfare.

Please refer to the Guidelines for the complete list of restrictions.

Documentation Uploaded
Guidelines 2019-07-12 Download
Sample Application Form 2019-07-12 Download

Use these documents as a guide only - always get the latest direct from the Administrator

Category
Community
Dates
Status Pending
Opening Date 9 Jul 2019
Closing Date 13 Aug 2019
Closing Information
This program is available biannually. The next funding round is yet to be announced.

Value
Funding Type Grant
Max.Funding $20,000
Total Funding Pool $200,000
Co-contribution Yes
Competitive Yes
Eligible Activities
Activities
Sector/SubSector
CommunityServices : Counselling
Health : Mental Health
Gender Any
Age Any
Who Can Apply?
Location
National
Region
Regional
Rural
Applicable to Churches No
Eligible Organisation Type(s)
Organisation
Difficulty Rating
Administrator
Tier Other
Contacts
Program Administrator
Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR)
Telephone
1800170020
Email
info@frrr.org.au
General WebsiteVisit
Program Website Visit