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How Legacy helps?
Please watch this amazing video that explains exactly how Legacy helps the families of incapacitated and deceased veterans. See where your donation will go and hear from the families it will help. You can really make a difference. How Legacy Helps? >
Take a look at how we help the families of our fallen heroes across Australia every year, since 1923!
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Through a regular monthly donation you can help Legacy continue to provide care for the families of veterans who have given their life or their health. Your regular donation is the most cost effective and easiest way to support Legacy. See how. >
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28 August to September 3 2016.
Legacy Week is our annual national appeal to raise awareness and funds for the families of our veterans who've given their life or their health.
Funds raised help us continue to assist over 80,000 widows and 1,800 children and people with disabilities Australia-wide. Legacy Week >
A simple and effective way to regularly donate through your pre-tax salary.
A gift of any size helps us to support the families of incapacitated and deceased veterans around Australia whether it's assisting with medical bills for widows, helping with education costs or funding programs including camps and activity days. See more >> >
Since 2009 Victoria Bitter has supported Legacy and the RSL by donating almost $7 Million through Raise A Glass. This year we're asking you to show your support by attending your local Dawn Service.
Filmed at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance the TVC highlights the contribution the 16th Battalion AIF made at Gallipoli. The 16th Battalion suffered heavy losses during a hellish fire fight at Bloody Angle. Firsthand accounts talked about the men singing as they went into battle despite the treacherous conditions. Of the 600 in the Battalion, 338 young men were killed in the Gallipoli campaign. A cast of 338 men were used – one representing each of those fallen men.