Programs
Investors’ Circle
Your small annual investment will help alleviate people from living in poverty and create infinite value.
Cufa invites you to create infinite value. For just $2 per month, or $20 per year, you can become an investor in our Investor’s
Circle. Each year the Circle will fund a life-changing program in the Asia Pacific region. By joining us, you will
be with a community of like-minded individuals dedicated to helping people alleviate poverty and create infinite
value.
HOW THE INVESTORS’ CIRCLE WORKS
The purpose of the Investors’ Circle is to bring together like-minded individuals to support new projects which alleviate
poverty across the Asia-Pacific. It is a new philanthropic force, dedicated to solving issues that arise from extreme
poverty on an individual and community level. For just $2 per month, or $20 per year you can help solve some of the
world’s difficult problems by joining our Investors’ Circle. Join us and you will have a direct and meaningful impact
on the lives of people in need across the Asia-Pacific. Each year the Investors’ Circle will crowd fund a life changing
program in the Asia-Pacific region.
CHILDREN’S FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM
In 2017, the Investors’ Circle will help launch the Children’s Financial Literacy program in Myanmar. Financial literacy
is about being smart with money, making wise decisions about spending, savings, managing personal debt and planning
for our future. For many children across the Asia-Pacific region, these valuable lessons are not taught, thus contributing
to the cycle of poverty. The Children’s Financial Literacy program provides the opportunity for children living in
poverty to create a brighter future for themselves and their families. Myanmar (formerly Burma) is an emerging economy
in our region. Cufa has worked in Myanmar since 2011 and our project have focused on developing village saving banks
in ultra-poor communities in several provinces, some focusing particularly on women’s economic empowerment and growing
teachers’ financial capacity. Join us and make a difference to the lives of young people in Myanmar through Children’s
Financial Literacy. As an Investor, you will be creating infinite value by ensuring that children living in poverty
can create a better life for themselves.
 

It only takes your small investment of $20 per year to fund a

life-changing program in the Asia Pacific.

BECOME AN INVESTORS’ CIRCLE AMBASSADOR
You have the power to create infinite value by and change the lives of people living in poverty. As an Ambassador in the
Cufa Investors’ Circle, you will play a key role in using your personal influence to champion the cause, by helping
to spread the word online, in your university or workplace, and in your wider community. This initiative entails
small investments that we can make in Cufa’s projects, and the powerful impact of creating infinite value has on
the world. If you are interested in becoming an Investors’ Circle Ambassador, or would simply like more information
then we’d love to hear from you. If you are interested in becoming an Investors’ Circle Ambassador, or would simply like more information, please email us at info@cufa.org.au.
MEET OUR AMBASSADORS
IRENE NARAYAN
I am the Marketing Supervisor at SCU – More Generous Banking. I was the 2015 recipient of the Harry Zaphir Scholarship. The Scholarship provided me the opportunity to go to Cambodia and meet the many Village Entrepreneurs that are benefiting from the support, guidance, training and financial assistance the local Cufa team are providing, which is possible thanks to the donations that you and I are providing. I also was lucky enough to visit the many schools in Cambodia where Cufa runs their financial literacy program. This program teaches children from a young age the techniques and benefits of savings. What I love about Cufa is that they are hands on, they have a holistic approach to combating poverty including early education, support for entrepreneurs to start and grow their own business and direct support for local Credit Unions that in turn support their communities. I was really touched by my experience in Cambodia and am dedicated to spreading Cufa’s message and this worthy cause.
THE INVESTORS’ CIRCLE +