National FIAPs

The Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Program is a call to action – and we invite organisations from across all sectors to partner with us and play their part in promoting financial resilience and wellbeing in Australia.

The progress we have made

Since the FIAP program started in 2016, over forty organisations have made public commitments to improve financial inclusion and wellbeing in their sphere of influence.

Their Financial Inclusion Plans have been developed according to a framework supported by Good Shepherd.

National FIAP Members

Great Western Water

Great Western Water

Greater Western Water (GWW) was formed on 1 July 2021, bringing together Western Water (WW) and City West Water (CWW) to meet the demands of our region and deliver reliable,…
BaptistCare NSW

BaptistCare NSW

BaptistCare is a leading not-for-profit Christian based care organisation that has been serving the aged and people living with disadvantage since 1944. We support 17,500 people across 75 locations in…
Suncorp

Suncorp

“As an organisation that provides insurance and banking products and services to millions of households across Australia and New Zealand, Suncorp understands the important role we play in ensuring community…
Liberty

Liberty

Liberty was founded in 1997 on the premise of fairness and financial inclusion. A premise which understands that providing credit for good purpose has a sustainable and positive impact on…
ANZ

ANZ

ANZ is one of the founding members of the FIAP program, and have a strong history of supporting financial inclusion in Australia. ANZ’s purpose is “to help shape a world…
Commonwealth Bank

Commonwealth Bank

The Commonwealth Bank is one of the founding members of the FIAP Program, having launched their Foundation FIAP in 2016. Since the launch of their Foundation FIAP, CBA has increased…
Women’s Information and Referral Exchange

Women’s Information and Referral Exchange

WIRE’s vision is for a society where women are safe, respected, valued, informed, empowered and free to make genuine choices in their lives. But this vision is sadly not reflected…
The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is committed to working with marginalised and disadvantaged Australians so they can fully engage with society. Financial hardship is a recurring theme among Australians doing it tough,…
Indigenous Consumer Assistance Network (ICAN)

Indigenous Consumer Assistance Network (ICAN)

ICAN CEO, Aaron Davis, was honored to attend the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) Executive Breakfast Event, held in Sydney on 21 March 2018, where ICAN was officially welcomed into the…
ashurst

ashurst

Ashurst continues to lead the legal community by reconfirming its commitment to creating financial inclusion for Australians, with the launch of its Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP). The Ashurst FIAP…
Ergon Energy

Ergon Energy

Ergon Energy Retail launched their FIAP in 2019. They are the state-owned operator responsible for priving electricity in regional and Northern Queensland.
Allianz Australia

Allianz Australia

Allianz launched their Foundation FIAP in 2021. At Allianz, we’re behind you for what’s ahead. We can never be sure about what the future holds, for some of us it…
Australian Unity

Australian Unity

Australian Unity has a simple purpose: We are here to help people to thrive. Ever since 1840 , when a surgeon, a policeman, a carpenter and a glazier were among…
Better Life Mobile

Better Life Mobile

Better Life Mobile is pleased to become the first Telecommunications Company to join the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) program. We are proud to be accepted as a member of…
Transurban

Transurban

Strong communities are financially resilient communities and thankfully this is something we recognised before the challenges of 2020 arose. When we launched our Foundation Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) in…
Swinburne University

Swinburne University

I am delighted that Swinburne University of Technology has launched its first Financial Inclusion Action Plan, for 2016-2017. We take seriously the importance of social inclusion and remain committed to…
UNSW

UNSW

UNSW’s Financial Inclusion Action Plan outlines 18 actions to make a significant difference to financial exclusion in Australia. The actions are focused where they can have the greatest impact: Increasing…
RMIT

RMIT

“RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) is proud to join the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) program to work towards improving financial inclusion and resilience for our students. Every day…
Wagestream

Wagestream

Wagestream’s mission is to make money simple, not stressful. Wagestream is the leading charity-backed and socially focused fintech, focusing on improving financial wellbeing for all employees. “Our mission at Wagestream…
QBE

QBE

QBE Australia is proud to be part of the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) program – joining other leading organisations that are equally committed to promoting greater financial inclusion. Together, we’re…
IAG

IAG

“IAG’s purpose is to “make your world a safer place”- and this extends to financial resilience and safety. Access to insurance is important because it provides the financial protection to…
HESTA

HESTA

HESTA is one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, with over 950,000 members and close to $68 billion in assets under management. More than 80% of HESTA’s members are women, and…
Great Southern Bank

Great Southern Bank

“Great Southern Bank (formerly CUA) launched their Foundation FIAP in 2020, with actions taking place over a two year period. In September 2020, under our former name of CUA, we…

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