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Important changes to CUA members’ usage of rediATMs
The way in which we all access and use cash is changing. With online and mobile banking, tap and pay with your mobile and the New Payments Platform (NPP) that lets you send and receive money instantly, you can do your banking easily and securely anywhere, anytime.
CUA Doncaster awards $10,000 grant to after school care program for disadvantaged kids
A free after school care program that works to develop cultural inclusion and create harmony among children from Collingwood’s indigenous and culturally diverse communities this week received a $10,000 grant from the Doncaster branch of CUA.
CUA Eastland awards local social enterprise car wash $10,000 grant
Disadvantaged east Melbourne residents who currently volunteer their time with charity Elisha Care as a way of staying connected to their support will gain restored hope and health through employment in a new mobile car wash social enterprise thanks to a grant from CUA Eastland.
CUA awards Central Coast youth project a $9,500 grant for mural
A street art program for at-risk youth that is aimed at targeting illegal graffiti will see a series of murals created in the Central Coast, thanks to a $9,500 grant from CUA, Australia’s largest credit union.
CUA Werribee awards Gateways Support Services grant to build therapy garden
Children with disabilities in Melbourne’s south west will enjoy therapy sessions in a new outdoor garden area to be built at Gateways Support Services at Werribee thanks to a grant received from their local CUA branch.
CUA Parramatta awards TAD Chance to Ride $10,000 for bike program
TAD, an organisation in which skilled volunteers and staff design and build personalised equipment for people living with disability, will be able to run the Chance to Ride project for local children thanks to a $10,000 grant received from the Parramatta branch of CUA.
CUA William Street gives boost to Alannah & Madeline Foundation
Parents and carers of Melbourne school children will have the opportunity to further inform and equip themselves and their kids on the importance of cyber safety, after the Alannah & Madeline foundation were awarded a Mutual Good Community Grant from CUA’s William Street branch.