LEGACY WEEK 2014 – 90,000 Reasons To Buy A Badge

LEGACY WEEK 2014 – 90,000 Reasons To Buy A Badge

2014 marks the centenary of the start of World War I.

As one of Australia’s most iconic charities, Legacy grew out of the ashes of the Great War and 90 years on still supports around 90,000 families of Defence personnel who have given their lives or their health for their country.

Australians will have the chance to show their support for these very special families by buying a badge during Legacy Week, from August 31 to September 6, 2014.

Australia lost around 60,000 service personnel in WWI and in all conflicts …

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LEGACY WEEK 2014 – 90,000 Reasons To Buy A Badge

2014 marks the centenary of the start of World War I. As one of Australia’s most iconic charities, Legacy grew out of the ashes of the Great War and 90 years on still supports around 90,000 families of Defence personnel who have g... Read More →

Legacy helps thousands in Sydney’s west

Sydney Legacy’s new president Eric Easterbrook is focusing on attracting younger people to the organization to help support the thousands of Widows, children and people with a disability Legacy supports. Mr Easterbrook, from Penri... Read More →

Legacy Announces New CEO

Legacy Australia Council has announced the appointment of its first Chief Executive Officer, Ms Jenny Walker. Legacy is a charity that for over 90 years has been providing services to Australian families suffering financially and social... Read More →

Rosemary sprigging for ANZAC Day

Rosemary sprigging is in full swing at Sydney Legacy headquarters in York St, Sydney.  Rosemary from Merriwa in the Upper Hunter Valley, from Harris Farm Markets and from gardens around Sydney have been brought in and are being cut... Read More →

Batting for Legacy

Legacy, one of Australia’s most iconic charities, is giving cricket fans an amazing opportunity to own a rare piece of cricketing history. Hot on the heels of the 5-0 series whitewash, Legacy is giving away a framed cricket bat si... Read More →

Students raise their voices

An elated Ella Finlay, a student at MLC, Burwood, accepted her winning trophy after she was declared winner of the 2013 Legacy Junior Public Speaking Award. Ella took the title after competing against nine students at the National Marit... Read More →

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