CUA Community

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Our community partnerships

What is CUA Community?

Community means different things to different people. For CUA, it encompasses the diversity that you, our members, choose to support – families and extended families and the wider touchpoints of your lives, like the local community organisations, charities and causes you support.

How CUA Supports You

We believe corporates need to support the communities that support them, and a community program should form a virtuous circle with members. This is demonstrated through the community partnerships and programs we operate.

Mutual Good Community Grants

Applications for the first round of CUA Mutual Good Community Grants for 2017 have now closed. The next round of grants will be open later this year.

Community Care

Since 2011, CUA has been providing schools participating in the School Fun Run Program with an added bonus of applying for a $5,000 grant through CUA’s Community Care Program.

CUA School Fun-Run

CUA is proud to partner with the School Fun-Run, which is empowering kids, schools and communities to come together for mutual good.

red nose

CUA is proud to be Mission Partner of red nose, dedicated to saving little lives through awareness and education.

Volunteering program

Community support extends beyond financial assistance as we encourage our team members to actively assist communities through volunteering for charity or similar work.

Brisbane Heat

CUA is supporting Queensland Cricket at all levels – including junior cricket, club cricket, state cricket and the Brisbane Heat men’s and women’s sides in the Big Bash League (BBL).

CUA Community Champions

CUA has teamed up with Queensland Cricket to support cricket from the Gabba to the grassroots. Our CUA Community Champions program gives you the opportunity to raise funds for your club and get great benefits in return.

CUA Everyday Account for Communities

With our CUA Everyday Account, charities and not-for-profit community groups can enjoy stress-free everyday banking, so more can be spent on the community, and less on unnecessary fees.