Apply for financial literacy funding
Supporting young people to be in control
of their financial lives
Teachers play a pivotal role in helping students learn good
To help teachers do this, MoneySmart is working with primary and
secondary principal associations to fund financial literacy project
in schools. Funding is worth up to $5000 for each project.
We are looking for new, creative project ideas that:
- teach kids how to budget and plan
- integrates financial literacy across the whole school
- incorporates cross sector collaboration
- boosts parents' understanding of good money management
- includes the local community.
Applications are open to school principals for the
second round of primary grants and the first round of secondary funding.
We have partnered with the Australian Primary Principals
Association and Australian Secondary Principals Association to
deliver the funding.
If you are a teacher, and want to apply, send this to your
Applications close 18 October 2019.
Current grant recipients and projects
Ten primary schools are working on financial literacy projects
as part of the first round of the MoneySmart grants for primary
principals. Projects feature gardens, market days, a café, product
development, a financial literacy classroom and a multimedia
The schools are:
Last updated: 10 Oct 2019