Anzac Day Proceeds Fund

Lists approved grants for the ANZAC Day Proceeds Fund 2020-2021.

The ANZAC Day Proceeds Fund receives contributions from sporting events held on ANZAC Day across Victoria which are collected by Sport and Recreation Victoria within the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions in accordance with section 4A of the ANZAC Day Act 1958.

In 2020-21, the ANZAC Day Proceeds Fund was supplemented by a Treasurer’s Advance to assist the veteran sector in responding to coronavirus (COVID-19) which provided an additional $570,000 to the ANZAC Day Proceeds Fund Grant Program.

Grants totalling $992,121 were approved from the ANZAC Day Proceeds Fund to 42 individual projects during the financial year ending 30 June 2021.

Anzac Day Proceeds Fund 2020-21 approved grants

Organisation Project Amount
2/14 Battalion Association Inc. Production and distribution of 2/14 Battalion Association newsletter $3,500
39th Australian Infantry Battalion (1941-43) Association Inc 39th Battalion Newsletter ‘The Good Guts’ $1,500
Air Force Association – Victoria Veterans’ Welfare Program $20,000
Air Force Association – Victoria Newsletter Program $10,000
Ballarat RSL Sub-Branch Inc. RSL Support Services $10,000
Ballarat Veterans Assistance Centre Connectivity through Remote Access $7,400
Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch Inc Veterans Welfare, Health and Wellbeing $20,000
Bravery Trust FinWell – A veteran-specific financial literacy program $50,000
Carry On (Victoria) Welfare and education support $150,000
Casterton RSL Sub-Branch Casterton RSL Sub-Branch Newsletter $960
Defence Force Welfare Association Camaraderie Magazine and Branch Supplement Production and Distribution $4,500
Headquarters 1 ALSG ex Vietnam
(Auspiced by Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia)
Headquarters 1 ALSG $3,340
Kerang Group of Legacy Kerang Group of Legacy $11,800
Leongatha RSL Sub-Branch Inc Welfare Support $14,380
Melbourne Legacy Melbourne Legacy ‘The Answer’ Newsletter for War Widows $31,374
Melbourne Legacy Transport Initiative for Legacy Widows $12,000
Melbourne Legacy Legacy Youth Education Essentials $100,000
Mornington Peninsula Legacy Club Inc. Publications Project $6,650
Mornington Peninsula Legacy Club Inc. Legacy Dependants with a Disability Party $900
National Servicemen’s Association of Australia Victorian Branch Special Edition of NSAA newsletter Nasho News $3,300
Naval Association of Australia Victorian Section Inc. IT Upgrade $24,000
Returned & Services League of Australia Victorian Branch RSL General Appeals $130,000
Rosebud RSL Sub-Branch Remembrance Day Luncheon $2,500
Sale RSL and Community Sub-Branch Veteran Wellbeing Activities $3,780
Soldier On Soldier on Victoria Pathways Program $50,000
South Gippsland Group of Melbourne Legacy Winter Fuel $8,000
The Legacy Club of Ballarat Inc. Winter Heating Allowance $18,000
The Legacy Club of Bendigo Inc. Heating allowance for beneficiaries of Bendigo Legacy $6,000
The Legacy Club of Bendigo Inc. Newsletter for beneficiaries of Bendigo Legacy to break Social Isolation $3,600
The Legacy Club of Shepparton Inc. ‘Back Together for Fun, Friendship and Frivolity’ $2,320
Torquay RSL Sub-Branch Member Welfare Member Welfare $15,000
Vietnam Veterans Federation Vic Branch Inc. VVF Vic Branch Inc. Welfare $5,000
Warrnambool RSL Sub-Branch Inc Warrnambool RSL Veterans Centre $46,486
Wimmera Veterans Centre
(Auspiced by Horsham RSL Sub-Branch Inc)
Well Being program; Close Ranks $17,000
Ballarat Veterans Assistance Centre Wellbeing and mental health program; Beekeeping $34,031
Carry On (Victoria) Crisis accommodation $50,000
Colac Legacy Club Inc. Colac legacy community bus $2,500
Macedon Ranges Group of Bendigo Legacy Inc. Care of War Widows $6,300
Path of the Horse Ltd Yarma, Brew and Civvy Breakfast a Digital Wellbeing Project $15,000
Returned and Services League of Australia Victorian Branch RSL General Appeals $50,000
Soldier On FIT Support Weekend – Families in Transition $32,000
Vietnam Veterans Federation Vic Branch Inc VVF VIC Branch Inc. welfare $9,000