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Help keep the Promise this
Anzac Day.

Because Legacy families need your help.

Lest we forget.

Each Anzac Day, we pause in recognition of members of the Australian Defence Force who made the ultimate sacrifice. We are also reminded that when the guns fall silent, there are families within our community who still live with the loss of a parent or partner.

Your tax-deductible donation will commemorate Anzac Day in an especially meaningful way and directly support your local community.

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Libby*, mum of four, and wife of a former Army officer, is still struggling with the cost of his service to our country.

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Anzac Day 2024

Run Army

Run Army will bring together a community of people with the common goal of supporting soldiers of the Australian Army and the families of our fallen and injured veterans.

Conducted annually on the weekend leading up to Anzac Day, Run Army allows the community to follow in the footsteps of generations of diggers, pushing themselves mentally and physically through a 5 km walk/run or 10 km run. Runners and walkers will be not only recognising the ANZAC spirit, but also supporting current soldiers of the Australian Army.

You can participate in person in Brisbane, or register online for your own virtual Run Army!

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Anzac Day 2024

Become a Legatee

By becoming a Legatee, you will become a part of Legacy’s proud traditions and actively live its values.

These traditions and values have been passed on from generation to generation of Legatees in caring for the families of veterans.

Anzac Day 2024

Keeping the promise for 100 years

In responding to the needs of families of veterans for 100 years, Legacy, in conjunction with the network of Legacy Clubs throughout regional and metropolitan Australia, stands proudly as the only veteran service organisation in Australia dedicated solely to the care and support of our veterans’ families.

In the trenches of the Western Front during World War I, a soldier said to his dying mate “I’ll look after the missus and kids”.

This became known as The Promise.

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The Rosemary Journey

The Rosemary Journey

Legacy representatives joined the Megalong Valley community at the rural property of Harris Farm founders David and Cathy Harris to harvest the rosemary for our Rosemary Appeal. 

Be part of something amazing

Your donation to Legacy this Anzac Day will ensure that more families like Libby’s are not disadvantaged as a result of a loved ones’ service to our country.

Get involved

You can get involved with Legacy in a number of ways – by donating, fundraising, or volunteering in one of our 44 Clubs across Australia or 1 in London.


Your gift provides essential social and financial services



Give back to the families of those who have given so much.



Our work would not be possible without our members.


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