Face-to-face programs


A financial coaching program developed by Crossway Lifecare. The coaching usually runs for 10 sessions, followed by a period of informal support.

Firmer Foundations

A free coaching program developed by Good Shepherd ANZ for women aimed at increasing financial capability, security and independence. Available in VIC and NSW.

Guide Your Money

Resources are available for download online for the Guide Your Money Foundations Program for girls aged 7 – 12 years.

In Charge Of My Money

Designed to individuals who are finding it difficult to manage their money and to be better able to make informed decisions about their spending and borrowing. Each module can be delivered in three hours. Developed by Wesley Mission.

Let’s Talk Money

A financial literacy program run by Women’s Health in the North that aims to support the economic empowerment of immigrant and refugee women living in the northern metropolitan region of Victoria. The program uses a bilingual, peer educator approach.

My Moola

A money management training program delivered by Indigenous people for Indigenous people, developed by First Nations Foundation.

Participate Australia

As part of Life Skills activities, Participate Australia offers financial literacy classes to people with disabilities which help participants to develop money handling skills with real world applications. The course can be made available to other organisations including a ‘train the trainer’ option. Online course is coming soon.

Saver Plus

Saver Plus is a matched savings and financial education program, offered locally by community organisations in every state and territory.

The program is funded by ANZ and the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

Stepping Stones

A micro-enterprise program developed by Brotherhood of St Laurence offering mentoring, training and support to women from refugee, migrant and asylum seeker backgrounds.

Yarnin’ Money

This three-phase financial literacy training program supports remote Indigenous communities in far north Queensland.

You’re the Boss

The Salvation Army’s financial literacy education program. Each workshop is approximately 2 to 3 hours long and can be tailored to suit the needs of the audience and takes about 2 to 4 sessions to complete, depending on the group.