Planning, expecting or raising a family?
Welcome to Hatch
Products, tips and tools designed to support families.
Planning, expecting or raising?
CUA Hatch is here for all new, planning and expecting mums and dads. See how our range of products and services can help you through the early stages of parenting.
Here for the journey
Planning a family
Expecting a baby
Raising a family
Discover the difference banking with CUA can make.
Having and raising a child is one of life’s greatest joys. And having the right people around you who really understand just what you’re experiencing can make all the difference.
At CUA, we’re here to support you every step of the way – no matter what life stage you’re at. So whether it’s rubbing tums, wiping bums or all the above and everything in between, we’re thrilled to offer a specific range of products and services to help make the parental journey easier. Phew.
Together, CUA and Red Nose are banking on saving little lives.
Saving the lives of babies and children is something CUA absolutely supports.
That’s why we’re Mission Partner with Red Nose.
Since Red Nose launched safe sleeping in 1990 the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome has reduced by 80% - saving 8,959 babies lives in Australia to date.
However, there is still a lot more to be done.
Annually, 3,200 Australian families experience the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child. This has to stop.
Through world class research, advocacy and education, Red Nose passionately believes they can put an end to this. Each year Red Nose:
- distributes over 1 million education brochures,
- funds research into the cause(s) of sudden infant death syndrome and stillbirth,
- provides access to support services for families affected by the loss of a child, and
- targets care centres and health professionals with education packages, designed to support those who care for babies and toddlers in a child care setting.
As Mission Partner, CUA invests funds so Red Nose can ensure all new and expectant mothers, health care professionals and carers have access to important education around keeping baby safe. This information is promoted through parent expos, health care professionals, hospitals and child maternal health networks, and online.