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Foundation for Young Australians – $20 Boss is an immersive entrepreneurship program for secondary school students. It reaches 11,000 students and 250 schools each year.
Good Shepherd ANZ – The Firmer Foundations program uses a small group and coaching model to build the financial capability of women who have experienced family violence, economic abuse and/or inter-generational poverty.
Brotherhood of St Laurence – The Stepping Stones program helps women from CALD backgrounds to develop the skills and confidence to start their own micro-enterprise.
Participate Australia – Money Made Easy – Stage 2 takes the existing content aimed at young people with an intellectual disability, and converts it to an online learning platform.
Australian Shareholders Association – Own your financial future involves investing workshops for older women.
Brotherhood of St Laurence – This adds a financial literacy program to the Melbourne Apartments Project, which assists people transition from rented social housing to buying an apartment.
Women’s Health in the North – Evaluation of the ‘Women Talk Money’ program, reaching migrant women in Northern Melbourne through bilingual health workers.
University of SA – Research project on the financial capability of older people, with a focus on home care packages and choosing financial products.
Women’s Information Referral Exchange – WIRE will host a strategic stakeholder roundtable in March 2018 to plan future directions on family violence and financial capability.