2018 in review!

As 2018 draws to a close, we reflect on how ICAN has carried out our mission of Empowering Indigenous Consumers, over the last twelve months… 2018 was the year that saw ICAN Learn take… Read more »

Ian Potter partnership backs innovation

ICAN is excited to announce our ground breaking new partnership with the Ian Potter Foundation to explore the integration of Canadian Community Economic Development (CED) principles into our successful Yarnin’ Money financial capability program.… Read more »

Mentorship Program’s Rising Stars – Part 6

Every month in the lead up to our 2019 Graduation, ICAN features students of its “Indigenous Financial Counselling Mentorship Program” here in our E-News. This month, we meet Bec Gollan, a Ngarringjeri mimini (woman)… Read more »

Wujal Wujal Two Years On

Wujal Wujal has noticed a significant change from just over two years of becoming Australia’s first Do-Not-Knock informed community. Desmond Tayley, Wujal Wujal Shire Council Mayor said, “We have witnessed a noticeable reduction in… Read more »

Award Winning Vision

When the peak body for financial counselling in Victoria – the Financial and Consumer Rights Council (FCRC) – celebrated its 40thyear in financial counselling and consumer advocacy recently, Bernadette Pasco, Executive Officer for ICAN… Read more »

Missing Millions

Queenslanders currently have $170,895,033 million dollars of lost superannuation sitting idly in accounts just waiting to be claimed. In data recently released, the ATO announced they are holding a whopping $17.5 billion dollars of… Read more »