CUA commitment to help Indigenous Australians attain financial freedom
Australia’s largest credit union CUA has signed a new three-year agreement to support First Nations Foundation’s work in promoting financial literacy and educating Indigenous Australians about managing money.
CUA expands mobile wallet options for members with Samsung Pay
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, has today launched Samsung Pay, a mobile payment service for members wanting to make secure and simple payments from a compatible Samsung smartphone or smartwatch.
CUA Toowoomba's Community Hub welcomes members and local residents
Doors open for Toowoomba’s first shared space for banking and communityCUA, has officially opened a unique shared space in Toowoomba for banking and community use, a national first for Australia’s largest credit union in its network of more than 50 branches.
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CUA Sponsored Entrepreneur Program kicks off for 2017
Brisbane, 2 June, 2017: CUA, Australia’s largest member-owned financial services provider, and technology startup hub River City Labs, are once again offering entrepreneurs the chance to access a sponsored membership for their startup to help accelerate their company.
CUA connecting communities through increased support for School Fun-Run
Australia’s largest credit union, CUA, has stepped up its support of the School Fun-Run program for 2017, becoming the headline sponsor for the event, which reaches around 700 schools and more than 230,000 students each year.
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Animal protection service awarded $10,000 grant for upgraded facility
The Australian Animal Protection Society (AAPS) will be able to expand its facility to include a new dedicated area for dogs found roaming the streets, after the not-for-profit organisation received a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s Southland branch. AAPS was selected from 11 community groups that applied for the funds.