Become a Deadly Donor!
Your donation supports us to increase financial wellbeing for First Nations people
Indigenous people are over-represented among financially vulnerable Australians, with only one in ten considered financially secure.*
Together, we can provide financial literacy training to some of the most marginalised communities in Australia to ensure First Nations people have a bright financial future.
*Money Stories report 2019: Financial resilience among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians
How Your Donation Will Have An Impact
Financial literacy training
Your donation helps us to provide financial literacy training for First Nations communities across both remote and urban Australia.
Our program and resources are created for Mob, by Mob. Our My Money Dream program and Introduction to Financial Wellbeing workshops provide First Nations people with culturally relevant financial skills and knowledge, in culturally appropriate settings.
Women and Girls
Your donation will help us give First Nations women and girls the skills and resources to become financially safe and secure. We’re also amplifying the voices of First Nations Women to ensure they are part of the broader economic conversation and don’t get left behind.
Increasing Awareness of Scams and Unfair Sales
Your donation helps us to equip First Nations people to make the best possible financial decisions.
Unfortunately, due to lower levels of financial literacy, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are often the target of scams and unethical sales tactics. This results in community members being pressured into signing up for things they don’t understand like credit for white goods, insurance they don’t need and ‘lemon’ cars.
Our training ensures that First Nations people are enabled and informed to make the best possible financial decisions.