Are you committed to helping our wāhine grow their financial confidence and wellbeing?
Join us in taking action this May-July as a supporter of our It Starts With Action campaign.
We're challenging all of our members to commit to taking action as part of this campaign, along with individuals, small businesses, non-profits and organisations from both within and beyond the financial services sector. Only through collective effort can we achieve a long-term lift in the financial wellbeing of our wāhine.
What is happening and when?
Running from May through to July, the three month campaign will delve into six important themes.
The FSC will run an event each fortnight relating to each theme, and will provide marketing resources to those who wish to support with their own satellite activities, projects or events. We’ll be profiling these activities and those organisations involved on our website, mainstream media, social media and other communications channels.
How can you get involved?
Whether you're an individual, an SME, a non-profit, or a large business, there are a multitude of ways you can get involved.
We're delighted to offer Founding Champion, Advocate, Supporter and Partner packages for this initiative. Those who get involved now will be acknowledged on an ongoing basis as being the first to sign up to support what will be ongoing work in this space.
Find out more by downloading our Supporter Package:
Stuck for ideas on what to do?
We've put together a helpful cheat sheet for anyone who wants to get involved. There is guidance on some things to consider, along with examples of the kinds of activities you may wish to carry out. Download it here.
Want to learn more?
We had over 800 live attendees for our International Women's Day event with a keynote from Hilary Barry, and with tremendous engagement during the session, our upcoming activity is going to get a lot of interest.
So get in touch with us soon to make sure you're a part of this exciting initiative!
If you missed Hilary's keynote about the opportunity biases she's faced in her career, and the kōrero she facilitated with our panel of incredible wāhine, watch the replay below: