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CUA special offer for First Nations members

02 November 2020

Australia’s getting ready to celebrate NAIDOC week, 8-15 November. This year’s theme – Always Was, Always Will Be – recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this land for over 65,000 years.

CUA has a unique connection to Australia’s Indigenous history through First Nations Credit Union. It was founded in 1999 in Victoria with the goal of helping its members take better control of their economic future.

In 2006, the credit union was incorporated into CUA, and the First Nations Foundation was established to help grow financial prosperity for Indigenous Australians.

First Nations Credit Union members like you then became part of CUA. So we’re excited to share with you a great offer in partnership with First Nations Foundation.

My Money Dream

With financial education a key focus of the First Nations Foundation, it’s proud to have developed Australia’s first digital Indigenous financial training program.

Called My Money Dream, this online course aims to help Indigenous Australians take control of their finances. CUA is pleased to offer our First Nations members – plus your friends and family – free access to My Money Dream for one year.

The offer is available to the first 200 people to sign up. It’s easy to register, just head to and follow the instructions.

Important Information

FNF is an independent company that provides an information service. The content on the My Money Dream program is not advice. There is no explicit or implied endorsement of any particular companies, products or strategies. The information in this program is educational and is intended as a general overview and no responsibility can be taken for any change in your personal circumstances of any person acting on this information. You are advised to discuss your personal situation with your financial planner, accountant or other industry professional.

FNF acknowledges the support of its sponsors. To the extent any of them provide financial product advice, FNF does not provide, endorse or assume responsibility for that advice.

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