Australia’s leading microfinance organisation, Good Shepherd Microfinance, has welcomed ground breaking funding to improve women’s financial capability and inclusion, announced in the 2018-19 Budget.
On Wednesday 21 March, more than 100 guests and speakers came together at the University of New South Wales to launch the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) program’s Phase One report. Held on Harmony Day, the breakfast event highlighted the role that the FIAP program and participants can play to address the issue of financial exclusion in Australia.
A $1.34 million commitment by South Australian Labor to open the state’s second Good Money store has been welcomed by not-profit-organisation, Good Shepherd Microfinance.
Our General Manager of Retail & Online, Corinne Proske, shares her own experience with financial abuse.