|Legacy began with a mates promise to a dying soldier on a battlefield during World War One 'to look after his missus and kids'.|
Today, Legacy continues to honour that promise and cares for more than 70,000 families of Australian Defence Force men and women who have lost their life or health serving our nation.
Through the generosity of public donations, Legacy's dedicated personal service and compassion ensures families are not disadvantaged or alone.
Legacy's school activities will enhance and enrich class room learning for your students and bring to life the efforts and sacrifices of our brave men and women.
|2017 School Activities Calendar|
Legacy's 86th Annual ANZAC Commemoration Ceremony for Students
|11am on Friday 21 April 2017 at The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne.|
Secondary and primary schools are invited to attend a special service with dignitaries, Defence Force Cadets, school bands and an RAAF flyover.
Students are encouraged to wear their relative's medals and can lay wreaths on behalf of their school as part of the service.
For more information and to book your schools attendance, please click here.
|The 2016 ANZAC Commemoration Ceremony for Students|
Legacy Junior Public Speaking Award
|Unleash the public speaking talent of your students between 12 and 14 years of age and encourage them to build confidence that will last them a life time through Legacy's Junior Public Speaking Award.|
Students will also learn about Legacy's values which include voluntary and personal service, mateship, caring and the importance of remembrance.
For more information about the Legacy Junior Public Speaking Award, please click here
|In 2017, Legacy Week will run from 27 August through to 2 September.|
Schools can be involved in Legacy Week in a variety of ways. This includes the opportunity to fundraise by selling Legacy Badges at your school or having a Legacy guest speak to the students.