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Legacy is here to provide a caring service not just through financial support, but to also improve the lives of present and future families of Legacy through advocacy.

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Representing our veterans’ families

Nationally, Legacy represents our beneficiaries through a variety of programs and services. This includes participating in working groups and committees such as the Ex-Service Organisation Round Table (ESORT), National Aged Care Alliance, Female Veterans and Families Forum and the Younger Veterans – Contemporary Needs Forum.

2018 Legacy Week Launch

Engaging with government agencies

Legacy also engages directly with the Australian government, state and federally; by making submissions for policy and budget considerations, active lobbying concerning benefits for widows and children of veterans, and responding to requests for input about government legislation and policies.

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Legacy Club Programs and Services for Beneficiaries – An Evaluation

Legacy Australia has conducted a National Evaluation of Programs, Support and Services for the Wellbeing of Legacy Beneficiaries.

The report is the culmination of 14 months, work led by the National Evaluator, Legatee Elizabeth Ward in evaluating Legacy Club programs and services that are being delivered by both Legatees and Staff within Legacy Clubs.

Read the Report

Get in touch

To find out more about Legacy’s advocacy initiatives, or to make any suggestions regarding policies or legislation, please contact:

More ways to help

Your support will touch the lives of partners and children of veterans, and honour the service of their loved ones who served our nation.


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.