MoneyMinded is a financial education program to help people make informed decisions about the use and management of their money.
More than 200,000 people have participated in the program, with thousands of facilitators trained to help with its delivery. This places MoneyMinded as the most widely used resource for helping to build financial capability in Australia.
Workshops are usually held weekly over 4-5 weeks with sessions lasting about two-hours. Trained facilitators deliver each session, which can be customised from 20 possible modules to meet the needs of participants.
ANZ developed MoneyMinded in 2002 in partnership with community organisations and education experts, including the Australian Financial Counselling and Credit Reform Association. The Smith Family is one of many community organisations who are delivering the program.
The Smith Family runs the MoneyMinded program as part of its suite of programs.