First Nations Foundation
Our ongoing partnership with First Nations Foundation (FNF), a Not-For-Profit seeking economic freedom for First Australians, delivers on our commitment to improving the financial wellbeing of our members and communities.
FNF deliver financial literacy training programs and events, and aims to provide a link between Indigenous communities and financial services
With CUA's support, so far FNF has made progress by:
- Training over 1,000 Indigenous people in financial literacy with 100% of attendees reporting a change in the way they manage their finances and grow their savings.
- Running an award-winning Indigenous superannuation event across Australia called ‘the Big Super Day Out’. This event helped over 750 Indigenous people, and $4.7M in lost superannuation has been located as a result. In 2019 FNF plans to roll out this project to even more locations.
CUA’s continued support will also help to transition financial education programs to digital platforms, to ensure even more people can access them.
To find out more, visit www.fnf.org.au.
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