Future Super has decided to pay our government stimulus forward to members who have been hit hardest by the current economic crisis. We detail why we are making these payments, who is eligible, how it will work and some FAQs.
At Future Super, we use the power of money to invest in, campaign and advocate for a prosperous future free from climate change and inequality. Now more than ever purpose driven businesses must show their purpose through their actions. So today we’re announcing a number of initiatives to put people before profit during this crisis.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, there have been some recent changes to the way that individuals can access their super. Please read this article if you wish to know more about these changes.
Our Chief Investment Officer, Dan East, explains what to expect and what we're doing in response to the recent market volatility.
Being an activist–whether you are engaged in community organising, political lobbying, or non-violent direct action–has a strong bearing on other decisions that you make in life. Future Super Member Advocate Brett Morgan argues that activism is a necessary part of living a truly meaningful life.
Member statements can be confusing at the best of times, so we have written a helpful explainer to equip you with what you need to read (and understand) your statement.
Future Super Member Advocate and climate activist Brett Morgan reflects on the recent global climate strike on September 20. He discusses his experience in the lead up to the strike, what he did on the day itself, and talks about some potential next steps.
From Botswana to Western Sydney to Future Super and beyond — this is the story of committed climate activist, Grace Vegesana.
We chat with passionate climate activist and proud Future Super member Josh about an impressive waterway cleanup project.
Ok, so there’s a big industry shake-up going on right now called Protecting Your Super Package (PYSP, for short). Here's what you need to know.
Array brings renewable energy investment into the palm of your hand, and you can invest as little as $5. It’s a people-powered energy revolution. And it’s coming to your app store later this year.
On 1 May 2019, Future Super became the first super fund to completely exclude investments in companies that have no women on their boards.
We were lucky enough to speak with Future Super member and founding director of Good Green Home Loans Amy Beattie. Amy puts mortgages where her mouth is, divesting home loans from fossil fuels and their lenders. Here’s what she had to say.
We wrote this guide to help our members make personal contributions through the EOFY festivities!
Ever wondered why super funds make discovering your actual investments so hard? We think you should know what you’re money’s being invested in. Here’s why.
We are so proud to have so many members doing amazing work in their communities and professional lives. We spoke with Renton and Clare from Pottery For The Planet, a Queensland couple who are tackling single-use plastic head on with beautiful ceramic alternatives.
Investment analyst Nick Lyons discusses how our members were protected through market volatility in the last 6 months. Future Super has returned above-market returns for the year. We have proven the value of ethical investing by protecting and growing our members’ retirement savings… Again.
Energy poverty is both a national and global challenge impacting climate change prevention efforts and basic human survival - a problem that can only be solved by increasing awareness and demanding investment and focus on its solution.
Renewable energy alone will not avoid dangerous climate change. We must change the way we grow our food, manage land, construct our towns and cities, get around and manufacture things.