Advocates and Sponsors

Information for organisations supporting people to manage their debt.

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Advocates from organisations, groups or government agencies can act on behalf of customers to help them resolve their fines. Apply to become an advocate now.

Work and Development Order (WDO) sponsors

WDO sponsors support people in the community who can’t pay their fines, to clear their debt and start fresh. Apply now and access the WDO sponsor portal.

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Support for First Nations Peoples

Our First Nations team is dedicated to providing culturally safe services and support to help First Nations Peoples understand their options to manage fines debt. Learn about the support they provide.



Community outreach services

Revenue NSW is working with the community to reduce debt through education and support. Learn more about our Community Outreach team and initiatives.


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Work and Development Orders

Your customers may be eligible to reduce their fines by up to $1,000 a month by doing unpaid work, courses, counselling or treatment programs.

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Community Action Plans

We've launched a Community Action Plan toolkit to help you design a coordinated approach to tackling fines debt in your community.

Download the Community Action Plan template and view the latest fines data in your community.

Free support services

For customers financial difficulty and stress, we can refer them to free and confidential financial and legal services for advice.

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Contact us

Got a question or need help?

Call the Revenue NSW Advocacy Hotline on 1300 478 879 Monday to Friday between 8.30am to 5pm.

Or you can use our online enquiry form


Complete our feedback form

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