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Financial Inclusion Action Plan

20 March 2018

Financial Inclusion Action Plan

The Salvation Army is committed to working with marginalised and disadvantaged Australians so they can fully engage with society.

Financial hardship is a recurring theme among Australians doing it tough, so The Salvation Army has prepared its own Financial Inclusion Action Plan to tackle this form of economic exclusion in our society. The action plan aims to ensure financial hardship can be identified early, managed and overcome.

You can view our Financial Inclusion Action Plan here.

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