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.
Days to ANZAC Day
The Legacy Anzac Biscuit Bake Off 2021
The Anzac Biscuit Bake Off is back for another year!
Do you love to cook? Or do you want a great excuse to start? You, your family, friends, community group, workmates – everyone is encouraged to take part in the Legacy Bake Off.
Following on from 2020, Cardly has relaunched a national campaign to remind veterans and their families that their sacrifices have not gone unnoticed. The public can send cards of appreciation to Legacy families – a beautiful thought that will be cherished for years to come.
Cards are $4 and all profits generated will be donated by Cardly to Legacy to help support our veterans’ families.
Events across Australia
Northern Queensland Legacy invites the Townsville business and defence communities to join our annual Legacy fundraising breakfast and share the experiences of Katarina Carroll as she talks about Leadership, culture ...
Join Legacy as we pay honour to our Indigenous Servicemen and Women whose sacrifices have often been overlooked.
Fundraise for Legacy
From BBQs to morning teas, there are so many ways to support the families of our fallen and injured veterans this Anzac Day. Legacy’s relies heavily on community support, and a large portion of this is from fundraising events and activities involving dedicated people like you.
Or, fundraising in memory or celebration of a loved one can make lasting and meaningful impact in their name. What we will gain from your fundraising efforts is invaluable, and for that we cannot thank you enough for your support.
Become a Volunteer
There are so many ways to get involved and help Legacy keep the promise to the families of those who served our country.
Many of our programs and services depend on volunteers, to enable us to continue to make a difference to the lives of these families.
Be part of something amazing
Your donation to Legacy this Anzac Day will ensure that more families like Vicki and Isabella are not disadvantaged as a result of a loved ones’ service to our country.
You can get involved with Legacy in a number of ways – by donating, fundraising, or volunteering in one of our 45 Clubs across Australia or 1 in London.
Supporting the families of our veterans
In 1923 Legacy made a promise to help veterans’ families carry on with their lives after the loss or injury of their loved one. It was a simple promise that Legacy keeps today; providing the same stability, guidance and assistance that a partner would normally provide to his or her family.
Today, Legacy supports 48,000 partners and children of veterans who gave their lives or health serving our country.