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|Sunday 30 August to Saturday 5 September 2015|
BADGE DAY: Friday 4 September 2015
|Watch the video to hear why Legacy's support is so important to Charlotte and her family.|
|Legacy Week is the annual national appeal to raise awareness and funds for the families of our deceased Veterans and has been Australia’s iconic fundraising campaign since 1942. |
|Click here for more information about Legacy Week.|
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|True Grit is the first Australian designed military style obstacle course. Check out when the next event is happening and be sure to register!|
|True Grit volunteers can be the first face thousands of participants see.|
Whatever you do as a True Grit volunteer you are the backbone of making the event run smoothly for all our Gritters.
|True Grit Volunteers Receive:|
- Discounted participant entry (Run the course for $20 later).
- Front-row seats to the best action in the house.
- Lunch, water and a Sports Drink.
- Free access to the event and free parking.
|Sign up to volunteer here|
|Every year, on November 11, Australians take time to honour our fallen and wounded service men and women. To recognise those who have served in all our wars, Golf Australia, Legacy and the Australian Defence Force have partnered to initiate ‘Remembrance Golf Day’.|
During the week of Remembrance Day, Golf Australia encourages Golf Clubs around the country to raise funds for Legacy. A gold coin donation is asked of each player, in addition to their green or match fee. The funds raised will help Legacy support the families of our fallen and our wounded. Clubs and communities are also encouraged to host a competition or activity to
raise additional funds for Legacy’s cause. Sponsors may also wish to contribute to this activity.
Currently serving and ex-service members will also be encouraged to participate, as will
volunteers and supporters of Legacy.
|THEY SERVED US, NOW WE SHOULD REMEMBER THEM.|
8 - 15 NOVEMBER 2014
|Australia will come to a standstill at 11am on Remembrance Day, to observe a minute’s silence in gratitude to the great men and women who have died or suffered in armed conflicts for the sake of our country.|