Good2GoNow

Good2GoNow

With over $20 million in loans written by our network each year, the group buying power of NILS and StepUP clients is significant. By leveraging that buying power, Good Shepherd Microfinance is able to get great deals for clients.

Good2GoNow is an ethical buying service that gives our clients access to the best prices on energy efficient whitegoods, computers and other household appliances.

Run in partnership with The Good Guys, Good2GoNow allows NILS and StepUP clients to save money and reduce their energy bills and carbon footprint.

In the 2015/16 financial year, Good2GoNow customers have saved almost $1 million off the ticket price of products. Good2GoNow can offer competitive prices across the entire range of products offered by The Good Guys and reducing the cost of appliances means that clients can pay back their loans sooner.

Good2GoNow also helps our clients save on delivery costs, with free delivery on a selected range of products across Australia – including regional and remote communities.

Good2GoNow is only available through Good Shepherd Microfinance’s microfinance network.

Latest News from Good2GoNow

2 June 2017

How you can save the planet (and your cash)

Whoever you are and wherever you live, we all share the same planet.

And as Mother Earth is the only planet we’ve got, it’s vital we do what we can to protect it from environmental damage and pollution.

On June 5, nations around the world take part in World Environment Day, raising awareness of issues such as global warming, marine pollution and wildlife protection. Click to read on.

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14 October 2016

Shared Value Awards for Good Shepherd Microfinance and its partners

Good Shepherd Microfinance has been recognised for its leadership at the Shared Value Awards, taking home the ‘Civil society organisation leading through shared value’ award.

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16 October 2016

Building a carer-friendly community

We’re working with Carers Queensland, Carers South Australia and Carers Victoria to improve the economic wellbeing of people like Jess.

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25 May 2017

Extra relief for Cyclone Debbie victims

As the clean-up from Cyclone Debbie continues, new financial support is on offer to people on low incomes who are still dealing with the aftermath of the devastating storm.
A one-off $400 subsidy is being made available to new or current No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) clients who need to replace household appliances or whitegoods.

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Once everything was finalised, the washing machine turned up in two days.

Candiannd, Good2GoNow client