The LaunchME program supports people start their own business, gain employment or embark on further study. There are four programs: LaunchME for Young Carers, LaunchME South Australia, LaunchME Dandenong and LaunchME Morwell.
No interest loans up to $1,500 for essentials goods and services such as white-goods, furniture, and education expenses.
Low interest loans of between $800 - $3,000 with no fees and affordable repayments offered in partnership with NAB.
Retail stores offering safe, fair and affordable financial services at prominent 'high street' locations in Victoria, South Australia and Queensland.
Online learning, face-to-face training and webinars that maximise the skills and resources of microfinance workers across Australia.
A buying service which leverages the purchasing power of our national network to access the best prices, quality products and excellent customer service for clients.
A national program providing organisations with a framework to support the development of a series of practical actions they can take to improve financial inclusion for employees, customers and communities.
Affordable, simple and effective insurance policies for people on low incomes, designed in partnership with some of Australia's leading insurers.
Good Shepherd Microfinance is a world leader in financial inclusion products, services and advisory. We offer fair and affordable financial programs to people on low incomes, and advisory services with a global reach.Read More
By investing in products and services that promote financial inclusion, and through innovative policy design, we’re enabling people to become financially and socially included.Read More
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When I was successful in getting a loan, it picked me up. I felt I was in control again.Norma, NILS client
A local community organisation today celebrated a major milestone, with the Port Douglas Neighbourhood Centre issuing more than $1 million in life-changing No Interest Loans (NILS) to the local community since 2009.Read More
Grants of up to $10,000 have been awarded to 27 community organisations from across the Northern Territory, Queensland, News South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia to help improve the financial resilience and capability of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.Read More