What would your community do with $5,000?

Applications for the Nutrien Ag Solutions 2022 Community Grants Program are now open.

Do you know a not-for-profit organisation that has a project that will contribute to the success, vibrancy and well-being of your community?

Applications for grants of up to $5,000 are available for eligible community organisations in rural and regional Australia.

Ready to apply for a grant?

Applications for the community grants program are open from 12 July 2022 until 12 August 2022, 5pm AEST.

For further details about the grants program, including how to apply, visit the FRRR website.

Apply on the FRRR website

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What is the Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program?

The success of agriculture and the well-being of regional Australia are inextricably linked. Big and small bush communities are a vital part of creating a life and a career in the regions – and the reason why Nutrien Ag Solutions is a passionate advocate for regional Australia.

In 2021, Nutrien Ag Solutions announced a five-year program which invests $250,000 annually into grass-roots projects from Australian rural and regional communities.

The Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program is run in partnership with the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR). The annual program funds projects that contribute to the success, resilience and well-being of the rural and regional communities in which we operate.

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Past grant recipients

Each year, we fund a range of projects and initiatives from building upgrades to local community gardens and school improvements.

Check out the 2021 Grant Recipients

Watch our community grants video to learn more about the program

Community Grants Program Stories

Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program supports community arts in Moora

Renovations are underway for the Harmony Room at the Gardiner Streets Arts Collective in Moora...

Nutrien funding supports return of medical service to Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island

The Penneshaw Community Health Rooms once housed Medical, Community Nursing and Allied Health Services on a weekly basis...

West Wyalong Hospital Auxiliary receives new medical equipment

Patients, hospital staff and travellers of West Wyalong Hospital Auxiliary in the Bland Shire will soon benefit from new hospital equipment....