What We Do
Supporting Budget Services
CBNZ supports budget services and their financial mentors across New Zealand, Aotearoa. We do this through training, resources and networking.
Training & Resources
CBNZ provides training opportunities to help upskill financial mentors, so that they in turn can empower their clients.
Training is often recorded, and is available to view to members only online.
CBNZ is a national community of practice, with members from Kerikeri to Invercargill. We share information and resources. We also provide opportunities to meet other financial mentors, so we can better support and encourage one another.
Who We Are
CBNZ Inc is an interdenominational organisation working to support and bring together, the many Christian ‘not for profit’ services and individuals working in the budgeting and financial services fields. These services help people struggling with money issues whatever their faith.
By networking and co-operating together, we believe that we can increase our positive impact in the lives of the thousands of people we work with each year and also society in general. Together, we have the ability to share resources, training and other knowledge acquired, with the added benefit that we don’t individually have to ‘reinvent the wheel’.
CBNZ is a registered ‘not for profit’ incorporated society.
Supporters and Sponsors
CBNZ is very grateful for the support of everyone below, and all of our members and their Boards for continuing to support our work.
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