The 2014 grant recipients are listed below. You can also download this booklet outlining each of these programs.
Indigenous Consumer Assistance Network – Training workers and delivering programs to indigenous communities. [Evaluation progress report available]
Girl Guides Australia – National programs for girls, young women and their Guide leaders. [Learning resources available]
Financial Counselling Australia – Merging the best of three debt help websites and upgrading the interactive self-help tool.
Wesley Mission – Expand delivery of the In Charge of Your Money workshop program.
10thousandgirl – Regional workshops for women on money and investment. [Evaluation report available]
Institute for Choice – Research the relationship between financial attitudes and financial behaviour. [Research report available]
Wingate Avenue Community Centre – Adding financial literacy to migrant English classes. [Teaching resources & evaluation report available]
Good Shepherd Microfinance – Research into educational benefits of the NILS screening conversations. [Research report available]
University of Western Sydney – Research into how financial literacy programs in schools can boost engagement with maths. [Research report & teaching resources available]
Wesley Mission – Evaluation of the In Charge of Your Money program and impact of SMS reminder messages. [Evaluation report available]
Family Resource and Network Support (now called Participate Australia) – A practical money skills program for young adults with disabilities. [Evaluation report & teaching material available]
Council of Education Associations SA – Pilot program for parents to enhance the financial literacy of their kids.
Mission Australia – Delivery of In Charge of Your Money workshop program across inner Sydney services.
Noosa Library Service – Pilot program to include money topics in adult literacy programs. [Evaluation report available]
WIRE (Women’s Information & Referral Exchange) – Research and web resources on how young women can encourage a healthy financial relationship with their partner. (Stage 1)
Mypolonga Primary School – Expanding and sharing knowledge of their successful student shop enterprise.
Kingswood High School – Develop resources for students with intellectual disabilities. This project did not progress, due to school staffing changes.
Woodville Primary School – Project to create a play supermarket to help students develop practical financial literacy skills.
St Michael’s Collegiate School – Practical money skills program for students with an intellectual disability.