Each ace will help improve the financial wellbeing of one more Australian through ANZ’s partnerships with The Benevolent Society, Berry Street, Brotherhood of St Laurence and The Smith Family.
ANZ Head of Financial Inclusion Michelle Commandeur said: “ANZ wants to help more people get on top of their money and financial wellbeing is a big contributor to this.
“Financial wellbeing is just as important as mental, physical and emotional health and it allows people to fully participate in their community. We’re proud of what we are able to deliver through our MoneyMinded program to help Australians make informed decisions about how to manage their money.”
Single mum Danielle was living week to week prior to participating in MoneyMinded and said the program helped improve her financial wellbeing: “It has turned my relationship with money around and spurred me to save for my family for the very first time.
“Since completing the program I finally have the motivation to get out of debt and start saving. I no longer dread the thought of managing my money, and feel more in control of my finances.”
Ace the Open will recognise every ace served by every player across all courts at the Australian Open including singles, doubles, mixed, wheelchair and juniors.
ANZ will also extend Ace the Open with pop-up courts stationed in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane for members of the public to get involved with $1 from every ace they serve added to the overall tally.
ANZ will donate a minimum of $100,000 through its Ace the Open program to help improve the financial wellbeing of the nation.
To learn more about ANZ’s MoneyMinded program visit https://www.anz.com.au/ moneyminded/