The Churches of 
Christ Foundation


Help grow our church, support our community

When you invest with the CofC Foundation, you earn a financial return while contributing towards the growth of our Christian ministry and care services.

We have a range of ethical investment opportunities with no fees or charges and competitive interest rates that are open to any church or person - including church members, our employees and volunteers.

Compassionate Australians have been investing with us for almost 40 years, helping fund our community chaplains, church upgrades and other important ministry work that changes people's lives for the better.

About the CofC Foundation

Previously known as the Centenary Development Foundation, we are a Religious Charitable Development Fund operating under an exemption to the Banking Act 1959 issued by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Established in 1983 with $125 from its founders, the CofC Foundation has responsibly managed up to $105 million on behalf of investors who are inspired by our mission and the care we provide to those who need it most.

Why invest with us

Your money goes toward supporting our churches, our services and helping our community.
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Where your investment goes

Grow the church, fund our chaplains and provide vital community services. Your entire investment stays with us.
Where your investment goes

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We have a range of investment products, from fixed term investments, to our building fund, chaplaincy fund, Christmas fund and more. 
How to invest with us

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Interest rates

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You'll receive interest payments from us based on your investment product and its interest rates.

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