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Together with QBE, we’re proud to introduce a new initiative - Premiums4Good. A simple way to contribute to positive social initiatives using your everyday insurance spend.  Request a Call

Everyday premiums, extraordinary good.

So how does Premiums4Good work? In a nutshell, when you take out an insurance policy with us, 25%^ of your premium will be used for investments with environmental and social benefits, like developing sustainable energy and improving life outcomes for children. 

Will Premiums4Good cost me extra?

Simply put, no. All the investments are managed on our end, so Premiums4Good won’t change the cost of your policy and you’ll still receive the same great coverage. It’s simply a smart, new way to invest. 

The big difference is that you’re helping to create positive change in communities here and around the world. We’ll even keep you up to date with what your premiums have helped to achieve. Together, we can do a lot of good. 

Premiums4Good is available across a range of insurance products. To find out more contact us during business hours on (02) 6362 4466 or click here.

Important Information: ^ 25% of premiums , excluding government charges and GST, will be collected for the current policy year and every subsequent year that your policy is renewed with QBE. Insurance issued by QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited ABN 78 003 191 035, AFS Licence No. 239545 Orange Credit Union ABN [34 087 650 477] AFSL [240768] has been given a binding authority by QBE and issues the insurance under its own AFSL. The advice in this website page has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You must decide whether or not it is appropriate, in light of your own circumstances, to act on this advice. You should ensure you obtain and consider the Product Disclosure Statement for the policy before you make any decision to acquire it.


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