Just in time for the festive season, Australia’s leading Indigenous financial literacy organisation, First Nations Foundation, has relaunched its award-winning online financial literacy program, My Money Dream, set to help in managing spending during what can be a financially-stressful time of year.
Recently relaunched with a user experience overhaul, the platform, which is created by Indigenous people for Indigenous people, helps participants tackle challenges from budgeting and debt to savings, alongside a complete end-to-end guide for achieving personal financial prosperity.
My Money Dream has been an integral part of First Nations Foundations’ Indigenous Women’s Financial Wellness strategy, which has been developed with the vision of long-term financial prosperity for all Indigenous Australian women, and intergenerational wealth transformation across Indigenous families and communities. With the New Year as an ideal time for goal setting, First Nations Foundations will be working closely with Indigenous women via the My Money Dream program, as a catalyst for empowering women to take control of their financial situation and creating lasting change.
Mark Patrick spoke with Larisha Jerome, Jarowair, Wakka Wakka & Wulli Wulli woman and First Nations Foundation Community Development & Project Officer.