RSL ACT Branch
RSL ACT Branch
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Volunteering

Give back to the community

 
Pictured (rear) are Australia Day 2017 medallion recipients Mickey Michaelis of the Peacekeepers Sub-Branch, Tony Carthy from Belconnen Sub-Branch, Ian Forsyth of Gungahlin Sub-Branch, Peter Eveille, President of ACT Branch, Graeme Slattery of Tuggeranong Sub-Branch and Terry Duffy from Tuggeranong Sub-Branch. At front are our presenter Joy Burch, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the ACT Government and Florence Sofield, formerly of Woden Sub-Branch and now community support co-ordinator for ACT Branch.

Pictured (rear) are Australia Day 2017 medallion recipients Mickey Michaelis of the Peacekeepers Sub-Branch, Tony Carthy from Belconnen Sub-Branch, Ian Forsyth of Gungahlin Sub-Branch, Peter Eveille, President of ACT Branch, Graeme Slattery of Tuggeranong Sub-Branch and Terry Duffy from Tuggeranong Sub-Branch. At front are our presenter Joy Burch, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the ACT Government and Florence Sofield, formerly of Woden Sub-Branch and now community support co-ordinator for ACT Branch.

We have many opportunities for you to give back to the Veteran community, from selling poppies, helping with mailouts, hospital visits, special event helpers, Day Club volunteer coordinators, commemorative ushers, photographers, sponsorships and advocates.

Contact us to find out more and let us know what skills you can bring to a worthwhile team environment.

Our volunteer welfare officers across 1,200 sub-Branches were conservatively estimated to contribute 2,500,000 hours in the year 2015. At a nominal rate of $25 per hour this equates to a notional free contribution of over $62.5M by the RSL to the entire ex-service community, not just RSL members. 

Chris Hammond sells poppies for Remembrance Day 2016

Chris Hammond sells poppies for Remembrance Day 2016