Rural, regional and remote philanthropy: leadership at the intersections

Written by Fiona Higgins

Natalie Egleton

"We have had to learn to embrace the messiness of life in rural and regional areas, and mobilise limited resources around the kinds of social and environmental indicators that matter."

Natalie Egleton, CEO of the FRRR, at her property in Maldon VIC
Timothy Fairfax

"What we’ve learned about making a difference in rural and remote Australia is this: if you’re looking for impact, it’s important to get to know both the organisations and the people."

Tim Fairfax AC