Legatees - Legacy
|The dedicated men and women who provide the care and assistance Legacy is known for are called ‘Legatees.’ |
|Historically, Legatees were returned servicemen; today, Legacy welcomes membership enquiries from people from all walks of life. There are currently approximately 6000 Legatees throughout Australia, some having served Legacy for more than 50 years.|
Sydney couple, Denise and David Bullock (pictured right) both lost their fathers to war in the early 1950s. They became Legatees so that they too could help others, just as they had been helped by Legacy.
Middle East peacekeeping veteran, Gordon Kratzmann (below), another Legatee, says “the strength of Legacy is that Legatees work in groups within their own community advising, guiding and helping the families of colleagues who have died because of their service in the Defence Forces.”
Legacy welcomes inquiries from all people who share our ideals and values.
If you are keen to help our widows and families as a mentor and sounding board, become a Legatee.
|Click here to register your interest in becoming a Legatee.|
Click here for online form to register your interest in becoming a Legatee.