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Financial Resources

For over 30 years, Good Shepherd has led reform and systemic change in family violence, economic participation and financial hardship. We work closely with governments, regulators, the community sector and private industry to deliver better outcomes for individuals, families and communities.

We have created resources to help more people gain financial independence.

 

 

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Here are some ways we can help

Household Relief

Household Relief

No Interest Loans (NILs) For people financially impacted by COVID Borrow up to $3000. Pay back what you borrow. No Fees. No Interest. Ever. For: Utility bills Bond or rent Council rates Body corporate fees
Financial Independence Hub

Financial Independence Hub

The Financial Independence Hub offers a tailored financial coaching program to help people impacted by domestic and financial abuse establish a pathway to long-term financial recovery.
Good Shepherd ‘Pop-Up’ in East Gippsland & Towong

Good Shepherd ‘Pop-Up’ in East Gippsland & Towong

Good Shepherd is supporting Victorians in the East Gippsland and Towing regions to rebuild, following the 2019/21 bushfires which left many people financially vulnerable.
Power Saving Bonus VIC

Power Saving Bonus VIC

You could be eligible for the State Government’s Power Saving Bonus, a one-off payment to help eligible Victorians experiencing energy bill stress.
Firmer Foundations NSW

Firmer Foundations NSW

Firmer Foundations is a free program for women focusing on money management and financial independence.
Financial assistance

Financial assistance

Our Family Violence services can help you with financial assistance.