Our staff offer a completely confidential and non-judgemental service to help individuals take control of their finances and to successfully manage their own money.
The most effective advice you can receive is that given one-on-one by a qualified financial mentor. This advice is free, confidential and non-judgmental to families/whanau and individuals experiencing hardship, difficulties managing debt and also other social issues which impact on the household.
Our aim is for people to become self-empowered, to self manage their own financial affairs and create a brighter future for themselves and family.
Our qualified financial mentors have a number of different Community Education programs that can be delivered to community groups, schools and other service organizations. Presentations can be tailored to suit requirements.
Community Education Programs are designed to meet the needs of the participants and provide them with skills to manage their own personal finances.
Money Mates sessions are offered which are peer-led group sessions (up to 8 individuals) which encourages participants to talk openly about money and finances.
Monday to Thursday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
8:30 am - 12:30 pm