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International Economic Harm Awareness Day
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We tackle the significant issues impacting women, girls and families

We tackle the significant issues impacting women, girls and whānau

Good Loans

Our Good Loans programme is designed to give you a helping hand whilst improving your long-term financial wellbeing.

The no interest loans provide a fair and affordable way to purchase essential items or services.

Good Loans can be used for second-hand cars, car repairs, new household appliances, computers, course costs or medical expenses.

Good Loans

Our Good Loans programme is designed to give you a helping hand whilst improving your long-term financial wellbeing.

The no and low-interest loans provide a fair and affordable way to purchase essential items or services.

Good Loans can be used for second-hand cars, car repairs, new household appliances, computers, course costs or medical expenses.

Economic Harm

Economic harm, sometimes called economic abuse, is behaviour towards a person that controls, restricts or removes their access to money, economic resources or participation in financial decisions.

Explore our resources that are designed to build understanding and support you to address economic harm. 

You can also access economic harm support.

Economic Harm

Economic harm, sometimes called economic abuse, is behaviour towards a person that controls, restricts or removes their access to money, economic resources or participation in financial decisions.

Explore our resources that are designed to build understanding and support you to address economic harm. 

You can also access economic harm support.

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DEBTsolve

Take control of your unmanageable debt.

Our Financial Wellbeing Coaches will work with you to understand your situation and create a plan that will help you get on top of your debt. 

Our free DEBTsolve programme combines wellbeing, debt coaching, advocacy and debt solution loans of up to $15,000 to help with your unmanageable debt. 

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DEBTsolve

Take control of your unmanageable debt.

Our specialist Financial Wellbeing Coaches will work with you to understand your situation and create a plan that will help you get on top of your debt. 

Our free DEBTsolve programme combines wellbeing, debt coaching, advocacy and debt solution loans of up to $15,000 to help with your unmanageable debt. 

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Healthy Financial Relationships

Becoming comfortable with money is a journey, and every relationship is different – there is no one size fits all solution.

Healthy financial partnerships require good communication, a level of equality, respect, negotiation and shared goals.

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Healthy Financial Relationships

Becoming comfortable with money is a journey, and every relationship is different – there is no one size fits all solution.

Healthy financial partnerships require good communication, a level of equality, respect, negotiation and shared goals.

Good Shepherd NZ is a charitable non-government organisation that was established to address the critical, contemporary issues facing women, girls and families. It was established in 2012 to continue the work of the Good Shepherd Sisters.
Good Shepherd NZ is part of a global network spanning more than 70 countries.

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We are a not-for-profit organisation working to improve the financial and social wellbeing of New Zealanders.
The resources on this website are provided free of charge to make sure they are available for people who need them.
Consider making a donation to ensure we can continue supporting those people who need our help.

You can also make a donation, or set up a recurring donation, by contacting us directly

accounts@goodshepherd.org.nz

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International Economic Harm Awareness Day

Making a difference

26th November 2022
Join us to celebrate and raise awareness of the work that’s making a difference so people experiencing economic harm can access support when they need it.
We have a range of free resources, stories and tools for you to download and use to help spread the word with friends and whānau. 
 

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