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Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities

Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities is a grants program initiated by The Bayer Fund in partnership with the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR). It aims to help support local communities in cotton growing regions. Cotton growers can nominate a community group or not-for-profit organisation to receive one of thirty $5,000 grants.

Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities, presented by The Bayer Fund in partnership with FRRR, is giving growers the opportunity to support their local community by directing one of thirty grants of $5,000 to a local not-for-profit group important to them and their community.

The Bayer Fund and FRRR are dedicated to growing Australian farming communities. For this reason, we invite growers to nominate where these $5,000 grants should be directed.

Click here to nominate.

Program Guidelines

The 2019 Program Guidelines set out the basic eligibility criteria for the grants, and also explain what kinds of projects can and can’t be funded.

Please ensure sure that you review the guidelines carefully prior to making a nomination or suggesting a project or group that would benefit from a grant.

For full terms and conditions download the 2019 Official Rules and the Program Guidelines.

Have a question about the Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities grant program? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions here.

Since 1964, The Bayer Fund has worked to improve people’s lives. Just as Bayer has been the leader in innovative and sustainable agriculture, the Bayer Fund has worked to be an innovative philanthropic leader, providing sustainable assistance to communities in need around the world.
Nominations for Round 6 of the Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities are now open. The nomination period will close at 5pm AEDT 30 August 2019. Successful recipients will be announced on National Agriculture Day, November 21, 2019.
The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) is a not-for-profit organisation that harnesses the power of collective investment between government, business and philanthropy to improve the lives of those living in rural, regional and remote Australia.