In the unfortunate instance when disasters like drought, flood or bush-fires occur the need for assistance is immediate.  With human and animal welfare a priority, the Rural relief Fund through the provision of emergency grants can act quickly to support those most affected.

RURAL RELIEF FUND

Support our farmers by donating to our Rural Relief Fund today.

 

DONATE NOW!

If you would like to support our farmers during this challenging time you can donate one of four ways.

1. Donate Via PayPal

OR

2. Donate via EFT or at any ANZ Bank branch, by direct deposit to:

Rural Relief Fund 

BSB: 017 042

Account Number: 2662 37013

OR

3.  Cheque or credit card payment

Rural Relief Fund

PO Box 322

Launceston  TAS 7250.

OR

4. Call 1300 883 276

 

 In times of crisis and financial hardship the Rural Relief Fund supports farming families and their communities in their time of most need.

Offering grants of up to $2,500, crisis relief is gifted to eligible families based on urgency and the level of support required.

Family and animal welfare as a priority is taken in to account, and as such disbursed funds can cover everything from basic household goods including food to utility bills to the repair of damaged fences.

If you or someone you know is experiencing hardship you can apply for a Rural Relief Fund grant today. To download an application form click HERE

Completed forms can be posted to PO Box 322, Launceston TAS 7250 or emailed to rrfadmin@ruralbusinesstasmania.org.au.

The Rural Relief Fund gratefully receives generous and ongoing in-kind and financial support from the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania

THANK YOU!

RURAL RELIEF GARDEN DAY - 30 MARCH 2019

A fundraiser for the Rural Relief Fund was held at the historic Richmond Hill gardens on 30th March 2019.  Over 100 people visited the gardens during the day sharing in an afternoon tea of scones, jam, slices and sausage rolls and taking a stroll through the beautiful grounds and gardens.  With 40 attending evening buffet dinner that was held behind the stunning Granary building, enjoying a glass of Tasmanian wine and listening to music provided by the St Patricks Big Band.  Thank you to everone who attended and particularly thank you to the volunteers for all your hard work.  With further donations and sales still coming in we expect to exceed $7,000 in money raised from the event and will provide a final wrap up soon