Workshop 1 - Philanthrophy

23rd May 2018


Natalie has been with the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) since 2012 and was appointed to the role of CEO in November 2015. She has played a key role in shaping FRRR’s strategy, designing new programs and developing and nurturing new funding partnerships.

She understands rural communities and the issues they face, and over her time with FRRR, has focused on building stakeholder relationships, managing natural disaster recovery and preparedness programs. Natalie is passionate about facilitating effective responses to issues facing rural communities.

Click here to find out more about Natalie and the wonderful work that FRRR does for our rural, regional and remote communities. 


Cost: $110

(plus sticky ticket fee)



TAFE Queensland - Kingaroy Campus

  Cnr Geritz and Bunya Highway, Kingaroy
Time: 8.30am arrival for 9am start
Refreshments: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided and catered for by TAFE Queensland hospitality students
Workshop close: 4.30pm

Stay for Dinner?

Complimentary Dinner 

Workshop participants are invited to stay back and attend a community dinner where your workshop facilitator, Natalie Egleton, will give a guest presentation on the above topic.  Dinner is 5.30pm arrival for 6pm.  The evening will close at 8.30pm.  

If you would like to attend the dinner, please book at the time of booking your workshop. 


This workshop will cover:

  • How can I be more involved in helping my community?
  • How do community foundations work?
  • What are other community foundations doing?
  • How can Red Earth CF create a lasting impact?

The workshop will explore what is happening for other regional community foundations, and how we can use the Red Earth Community Foundation to build a better South Burnett.

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