Ex Service Organisations

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Australian Peacekeeper and Peacemaker Veterans’ Association

APPVA-Logo-2013-BLUE-backThe Australian Peacekeeper and Peacemaker Veterans’ Association (APPVA) is a not-for-profit veterans organisation that provides for the comfort and assistance with welfare and entitlements for ADF Veterans and Peacekeepers, including their families. The APPVA achieves this by a number of approaches, but particularly with assistance through the Safety Rehabilitation & Compensation Act 1988 (SRCA – aka “COMCARE); The Veteran’s Entitlement Act 1986 (VEA); and The Military Rehabilitation & Compensation Act 2004 (MRCA). Other assistance through welfare is also provided on as needed basis.

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THE RETURNED AND SERVICES LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA

 

Logo2Its role is to serve the interests of its members, veterans, the ex-service community and members of the Australian Defence Force in relation to welfare, advocacy and repesentation and assistance

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VIETNAM VETERANS FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIA

 

4It is dedicated to the welfare of all Veterans and their families

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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF TOTALLY AND PERMANENTLY INCAPACITATED EX-SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN

 

5It provides information for ex-service personnel who are entitled to the Special Rate of Pension (TPIs) or receive support from the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Scheme

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KOREAN VETERANS ASSOCIATION

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THE NATIONAL SERVICEMEN’S ASSOCIATION

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LEGACY

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Legacy is dedicated to the task of caring for the widow(ers) and dependents of deceased servicemen and women

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AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPERS AND PEACEMAKERS VETERANS’ ASSOCIATION

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THE PARTNERS OF VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

 

10The P.V.A. intends to fill the identified, large gap of need overlooked by other ex-service organizations and government departments, as determined by the association’s own, detailed research.

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WAR WIDOWS GUILD 299
YOUNG DIGGERS 381

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