Click on a grant recipient to read details of the project, and progress reports when available. You can also download this booklet outlining each of the projects.
CHOICE – Researched how to increase people’s engagement with superannuation.[report available]
The Smith Family – Delivering their Certificate 1 Financial Services program to students aged 15-17 in disadvantaged schools. [annual outcome reports available]
Women’s Legal Service – Developing an app giving practical tips on financial issues to women suffering domestic violence or financial abuse.
WIRE – Developed online resources to help women have constructive financial conversations with their partners – Stage 2. [resources & evaluation report available]
Brisbane Indigenous Media Association – A pilot project using radio to increase the financial literacy of Indigenous Australians in S.E. Queensland – Stage 1.
Crossways LifeCare – To pilot and evaluate the B-Empowered financial coaching program.
Financial Counselling Australia – Scoping a self-help kit to assist prisoners address common unresolved financial issues on entry to gaol – Stage 1.
Wyatt Trust – Piloting and evaluating a financial literacy program for school students with disabilities to assist the transition from school – Stage 1. [evaluation report available]
Good Shepherd Microfinance – Developing an online learning module for microfinance workers so they can maximise the educational benefit of their conversations with clients – Stage 2.
Financial Rights Legal Centre – Research on the current and potential users of payday loans – Stage 1.
The University of Melbourne – Evaluating its Street Finance program.
Salvation Army – Evaluating its You’re the Boss workshop program.
University of Western Australia – Conducting a long-term longitudinal evaluation of the financial literacy courses run by University of WA and Macquarie University.