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First Nations Foundation launches Indigenous superannuation learning resource

Melbourne, July 7: First Nations Foundation, Australia’s leading Indigenous financial literacy foundation, has launched an online resource to help Indigenous Australians find, manage, and grow their superannuation. The new website – IndigenousSuper.com.au – has been launched to help Indigenous Australians learn about their superannuation, including what benefits superannuation has over the short and long term. …

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First Nations Foundation welcomes government support to deliver Covid-19 resources for Indigenous women

Melbourne, June 18: First Nations Foundation (FNF) – the Indigenous-led, not-for-profit that promotes financial literacy – has been announced as one of four recipients of funding from the Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to deliver Covid-19 support for women. FNF has designed an online educational series in collaboration with Indigenous financial …

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FIRST NATIONS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES WORLD-FIRST INDIGENOUS DIGITAL FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM

Subscribe to our Newsletter AUSTRALIA, 12 November 2019: First Nations Foundation (FNF) today launches the world’s first digital financial literacy education program to help First Nations people develop their financial knowledge. While the content of My Money Dream has been developed by Indigenous people for Indigenous people, FNF has added the might and scale of Australia’s largest industries …

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INDIGENOUS CHARITY FINDS $24 MILLION SUPERANNUATION

Subscribe to our Newsletter How did a tiny charity of two people manage to find $24 million Indigenous superannuation in 21 Indigenous communities across six States?  Amanda Young, CEO of First Nations Foundation explains: “Never doubt a small group committed to financial wellbeing for Indigenous Australians! “We have all the ingredients that are needed. We are agile, and …

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