2023/2024 Community Grant Recipients

Local Impact
Grant Recipients

NRCF’s signature program of small grants to support grass roots organisations to strengthen and enhance our regional communities. Grants of up to $10,000.

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Recovery & Resilience
Grant Recipients

The Recovery and Resilience Grants support communities with disaster recovery initiatives, resilience and disaster mitigation projects, with grants of up to $25,000.

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Housing & Homelessness Grant Recipient

 Funding to progress innovative housing models and/or provide locally appropriate housing outcomes for people on low to medium incomes.

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Thriving Together
Grant Recipient

$40,000 ($120,000 over 3 years)
 A three-year grant supporting a high potential community-driven project in disaster impacted communities, up to $120,000.

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The Northern Rivers Community Foundation congratulates all recipients of the 2023/24 Community Grants Round. A total funding pool of $551,581 is being distributed across the Northern Rivers.

This year's annual Community Grants Round supports 38 community organisations across a huge diversity of projects. This includes everything from river restoration through to engaging kids in reading with the assistance of classroom dogs, through to breast milk pumps for First Nations mothers, through to multi-year disaster recovery for a flood impacted community hub.

The four funding streams for this year's Community Grants Round are:

  • LOCAL IMPACT:  $283,997
  • RECOVERY & RESILIENCE:  $112,584 

A sincere thanks to our network of donors who have made these grants possible, and a huge congratulations to our community organisation recipients. We look forward to supporting you through the completion of your projects.

Supporting Partners

Paul Ramsay Foundation


Jamies Frizelle Charitable Foundation

The Portland House Foundation

The Dunnet foundation Limited

Gobal Giving

Catholic Diocese of Lismore

Northern Rivers Community Foundation Donors