Join Australia's longest running financial education and matched savings program. Build financial skills, develop life-long savings habits, and receive up to $500 to assist with education costs.
What is Saver Plus?
Saver Plus is a financial education program for families and individuals on a tight budget to develop life-long savings habits.
How it works
Step 1 Goal
If eligible for the program, set a savings goal with your Coordinator for your education related item(s). Eligible savings goals listed here.
Step 2 Saving
Open an ANZ Progress Saver account and start to regularly save over 10 months
Step 3 Education
Complete our fun MoneyMinded financial education workshops
Step 4 Matching
Reach savings goals and have your savings matched up to $500 by ANZ for education items for you or your children's education expenses
Who can apply
To be eligible for Saver Plus, you must have all of the following:
- Have a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card AND an eligible Centrelink payment*
- Be in school yourself OR have a child in school (can be starting school next year)
- Have regular income from work (either yourself or your partner)*
- Be 18+ years old
Supporting Australians to save since 2003
Saver Plus is co-funded by the Australian Government and ANZ.
Build lasting savings habits
87% participants continue to save the same amount or more 3 to 7 years after completing the program
Be better prepared for unexpected expenses
78% participants were better equipped for unexpected expenses
Stay in control
80% participants had more control over their finances
Improve personal wellbeing
100% experienced increases in life, financial and employment satisfaction, whilst 88% reported increased self-esteem
Saver Plus stories
About Saver Plus
Established by The Brotherhood of St Laurence in partnership with ANZ in 2003, Saver Plus is Australia’s largest and longest-running financial education and matched savings program. ANZ has matched over $21M for education expenses.
Saver Plus is delivered across Australia by the following local organisations: The Smith Family, Berry Street and Ballarat Group Training.