10 families supported by our case management team will be receiving a green machine each thanks to the generosity of the Independent Financial Advisers Association of Australia (IFAAA).
Daniel Brammall, President of the IFAAA handed over 10 green machines to Chris Redmond, our CEO today at Old Parliament House on the conclusion of their conference.
40 IFAAA delegates from around Australia built the green machines as part of their team-building exercise.
“The team building exercise gave our members an opportunity to develop skills and to remember that many in our community, particularly at this time of the year struggle financially. There is a great deal of pressure on parents and this was one way we could contribute to some local Canberran families,” said Daniel Brammall, President of the IFAAA.
“Woden Community Service appreciates the community spirit of the IFAAA members in making this contribution to families we are supporting,” said Chris Redmond, CEO of WCS.
IFAAA was established in 2009. Their aim is to guide Australians on how to find financial advisers who practice without incentive and without conflicts. They also educate and promote the Gold Standard of Independence™ for financial advisers in Australia.