As a peak body and professional association, FCAWA’s vision is to promote financial resilience across Western Australia and reduce the impacts of financial hardship. Financial hardship can impact on many areas of life including housing, relationships, mental wellbeing, and physical health. To address this, FCAWA develops free online resources to assist people to build their financial capability across a broad range of areas. This includes financial literacy education for young women and financial abuse resources for women of all ages.
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Me, Myself & Money is a financial literacy learning program to help women increase their financial understanding and independence. There are five learning modules that cover financial relationships, spending priorities, planning, family finances, and credit and debt. Watch the short videos and complete the workbooks.
Propel is an online resource to help women build their financial resilience. Through a series of short videos, women can learn about budgeting, financial abuse, gender pay gap, flexible work options and how to manage on a low income, in addition to a variety of other topics.