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Legacy WA to receive $1.14 million in funding from the State Government to support Veterans’ Families

Posted on | By Emily Scott
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Legacy WA has been allocated $1.14 million from the State Government through the ANZAC Day Trust Grants Program.

The funding will support three of Legacy WA’s key programs that assist hundreds of Veterans and their Families.

Legacy WA will receive $477,000 for its Living Independently program, which supports the Families of Veterans in regional and metropolitan areas and helps those with similar shared experiences build social connections.

A further grant of $300,000 has been allocated to Legacy WA’s intake program which engages eligible Families to understand their needs and provide assistance in managing emotional and financial instability.

Legacy WA’s Busselton holiday camp will receive $363,786 through the Respite Support program, which gives current serving members, Veterans and their Families an opportunity for respite and a chance to connect.

For more information please see Legacy WA’s media release: ANZAC Day Trust Funding_ Press Release

Image: Minister Paul Papalia with Legacy WA CEO Matt Granger and President Ian McNee.

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