Supply Chain Support Grant - NSW Storms & Floods - February & March 2021

Claim invoice payment

All SFIRP Supply Chain Support Grant funding recipients are paid via milestones.

You will be required to provide evidence of expenditure and co-contributions to access each milestone payment.

You will need:

  • BP reference number
  • ABN number
  • Case number from original application
  • Invoices
  • Evidence of co-contribution

If you are unsure at any stage of the process as to how to complete the online claim form, please use this Example Claims Request Form (PDF, 377.63 KB).

All SFIRP Supply Chain Support Grant funding recipients are paid via milestones.

Please download the Supply Chain Support Grant - Funding Deeds, Milestone payments and Co-contributions (PDF, 295.87 KB) factsheet for more information.

Need Help?

If you are unsure about program and application details and requirements, please refer to the frequently asked questions for more information as your queries may be covered in this document.

Download the Supply Chain Support Grants Frequently Asked Questions here (PDF, 365.81 KB).

For more information on Funding Deeds, Milestone payments and Co-contributions please download the Supply Chain Support Grant - Funding Deeds, Milestone payments and Co-contributions (PDF, 295.87 KB) factsheet.

If you are still unsure, please contact the RAA on 1800 678 593 or via email at rural.assist@raa.nsw.gov.au

For further information about the co-contribution component of the application process, this document contains a series of examples to illustrate how co-contribution can be claimed under the Supply Chain Support Grant.

Download a copy of the Supply Chain Support Grant Co-contribution Examples
(PDF, 204.06 KB)

When claiming for in-kind labour please complete the template below to validate your co-contribution.

Download work in-kind template here (DOCX, 64.04 KB)

If you have difficulty understanding the guidelines or completing the application form you should seek the assistance of your rural/financial counsellor, business advisor, accountant or a trusted family member/friend. If you need assistance with interpreting or translating, please contact Multicultural NSW on 1300 651 500 or email languageservices@multicultural.nsw.gov.au.

Rural Recovery Support Service

DPI’s Flood Rural Recovery Support Service provides assistance to primary producers and rural landholders impacted by the February and March storms and floods to support their recovery journey. If you are unsure where to go for information and assistance, please call 0448 077 684 or email flood.recovery@dpi.nsw.gov.au to request a callback from someone in your region. For more information and to find your local Recovery Worker visit: https://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rural-support/floods.

For further assistance, please contact us on 1800 678 593 or email us rural.assist@raa.nsw.gov.au.