Our Support Services aim to assist members and their dependants to have a good quality of life, and face challenges together.
To assist members and their dependants in cases where a member or a child of a member has, or appears to have, any disability which is or in any way may be connected with special service rendered by a member in the Navy, Army or Air Force.
The relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, destitution or helplessness to persons who are recognisably in need of relief.
To fulfil our objectives without purpose of private gain for particular reasons.
To establish and conduct our objectives for the benefit of Veterans, their families and dependant and past or present members of the Armed Services, and their dependants.
The relief is available without discrimination to any Veterans, their families and dependants and past or present members of the Armed Service and their dependants.
To promote and assist the development of all aspects of the welfare of members who are serving personnel or ex-service personnel in pursuing any objectives which are now or hereinafter may be deemed to be charitable.
To supervise, up-skill and mentor long term unemployed people within the community with a view to their gaining future employment.
To accept volunteers from the community who may be able to provide valuable advice and experience to members in the operation of the workshop.
To raise funds by conducting sausage sizzles, raffles, boot sales and other acceptable means to enable the workshop to remain operational.