Welcome, this survey is about the approaches, challenges & strengths of philanthropy in rural Oz.

In 2016 FRRR continues to support networking and best practice for the Community Foundation sector and other philanthropists supporting rural and regional Australian communities as Chair of Philanthropy Australia's Rural and Regional Funders Group.

To better assist FRRR to deliver on this, we'd like to hear from other funders, especially community foundations, about what you are doing, where you are working and how you think we can work together to be future ready.  (This discussion started at the 2016 Philanthropy Australia Conference in Sydney).

NOTE: Once you click on the DONE button at the bottom of this page, your response will be automatically submitted. You can't save this form, it's quick and simple and should only take 5 minutes at the most.

* 1. What is your foundation's/organisation's name?

* 2. What is your foundation's/organisation's structure? (eg Community Foundation; PAF; Sub Fund of Community Foundation) etc

* 3. I am a funder that works to support projects or organisations in rural, regional or remote Australia

* 4. In which State/s are you funding (or can you fund into) regional, rural and remote projects/organisations? (choose as many as apply)

* 5. What approaches are you using? (choose as many as apply)

* 6. What do you consider as strengths in your practice? (dot point list up to three)

* 7. What do you consider as challenges in your practice? (dot point list up to three)

* 8. What do you think are challenges for the sector? (dot point list up to three)

* 9. What do you think we need to do as a sector to be future ready?(dot point list up to three)

* 10. That's it! Thank you so much for your time.
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THANK YOU FOR submitting your response to the survey it is greatly appreciated.

Contact: Sophie Burke at FRRR for more information: freecall 1800 170 020 telephone 03 5430 2399 email s.burke@frrr.org.au

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