ASG – supporting children’s education

ASG supports individuals to fulfil their education and lifelong learning

ASG was established in Australia in 1974 by a group of parents passionate about giving their children the best start in life through education. In 1990 ASG was introduced in New Zealand and has been helping families for over 25 years.

As the largest member based education solutions provider in Australia and New Zealand, ASG plays a key role in helping create educational opportunities for children. Since our inception in 1974, we have supported the education journey of more than 530,000 children and more than $2.5billion has been returned to members and their children in the form of education benefits and scholarship payments.

Whether you plan to send your child to a private, state or state integrated school, education costs can add up quickly. However, with some forward planning and budgeting, you’re giving yourself the best chance to give your child a strong future.

We provide a range of products, information and resources to support children’s education - from early learning through to post-secondary studies.

Our education funds offer a range of options to plan for the costs of education. Contributions are invested by fund managers who take a conservative approach to ensure sustainable long-term growth, giving you peace of mind.

Members enjoy ongoing support from a range of tools and information designed to further their child’s academic, social and emotional development. From parenting information to educational resources, these resources provide expert advice for all ages – from early childhood to post-secondary and beyond.

ASG is incorporated in Australia as an unlisted public company under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cwth) and registered as a friendly society under the Life Insurance Act 1995 (Cwth).

Mission Statement

We help families and individuals fulfil their education aspirations with savings plans that help cover the rising cost of education and a range of resources to support learning. Learn more.