Helping Anangu with their superannuation in central Australia during Reconciliation Week 2018.
Sponsors: AIST and AustralianSuper
First Nations Foundation is delighted to continue to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with their superannuation needs in partnership with MoneyMob Talkabout and the ASIC Indigenous Outreach Program. For a week we will travel to five very remote communities with representatives from the superannuation sector and the ATO to sort that super!
Remember: #Indigenoussuper #itsyourmoney #sortyoursuper
First Nations Foundation was deeply honoured to be asked to deliver the Australian keynote address at the first ever International Indigenous finance conference held in Vancouver 2-5 October. Our CEO Amanda Young asked the audience to look to the future and to the past to find the human capital we need to create sustainable Indigenous communities.
Chiefs from First Nations, Inuit, Metis, Maori, Native American and Ecuador shared their wisdom, young talented leaders from around the world inspired us with their vision for the future yet everyone shared the same deep truth: our history, our governance, our culture are the strongest elements which have helped us survive to today and will make us thrive in the future.
@AFOACanada and Terry Goodtrack, thank you for creating this warm, intelligent inaugural event. We look forward to the next event in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Running a national Indigenous financial charity just got a whole lot easier: First Nations Foundation has teamed up with Uniting Kildonan to share space at 1 Gold Street Collingwood. Kildonan offers financial and energy programs and are the perfect roomie!
Talk about a smart partnership: First Nations Foundation is passionate about money skills and AFL Sportsready are passionate about giving Indigenous workers the best start to their careers. This week we joined forced and will soon be training 250 Indigenous trainees around Australia on how to build the best start to their careers and achieve their dreams.
Andrew Baker (Perpetual), Dean Foly (Barayamal), Josephine Cashman (Big River Impact Foundation) and Amanda Young (CEO First Nations Foundation).
The financial sector has a part to play in helping Indigenous Australia tap into its potential, an audience in Sydney heard today at the annual Leadership Summit held by the Financial Services Council, chaired by First Nations Foundation.
Aboriginal business and thought leaders Dean Foley and Josephine Cashman spoke passionately about the exciting future of Indigenous enterprise and new, vibrant partnerships.
Dean Foley is an Indigenous business incubator and accelerator and has Barayamal, a Foundation growing the bright business ideas of Indigenous people. Josephine Cashman is the Managing Director of Big River Impact Foundation which is partnering with the financial world to drive impact and change in Indigenous Australia. Andrew Baker, General Manager, Perpetual manages 17 Native Title bodies and shared the business and community wealth building in communities.