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Young Veterans is an auspice organisation under the Dandenong RSL that seeks to encourage veterans under the age of 60 into RSL's across Australia and modernise Australia's longest running Ex-Service Organisation
After brothers Scott and Chris came back from their deployments to the middle east, they found that there was a severe disconnect between the ‘Vietnam Era’ Servicemen and Women and our more ‘Contemporary’ veterans.
They teamed up with fellow veteran, Sven, in Brisbane and brainstormed ideas to close this void and misconception
Along with Vietnam Veteran and President of the Dandenong RSL, Mr John Wells OAM, the two brothers set out to empower veterans of all services, regardless of conflict to join them in conducting outdoor recreational activities that are enjoyed by so many Australians across the country.
Wounded Heroes Assoc is a national community organisation established to support Australian servicemen and women and their families, and to ease the financial, emotional and personal hardships of contemporary military life.
What do we do? We do whatever it takes to to fund support services for deployed personnel, the wounded and their families. This is principally done by providing short-term emergency relief payments to individuals and their families, although funds are also available for other purposes where a need exists.
Why do we do this? The men and women of the Australian Defence Force answer the call of duty selflessly and without hesitation, and forfeit much during their service to Australia. They give more, risk more and sacrifice more, and in the event of wounds or injury, their lives will never be the same again. Standing behind these young men and women are their families, silent and supportive who get on with everyday life during their loved one’s absence, or convalescence after their return from operations. Australia owes these military personnel and their families a debt of gratitude for their service.
EDit (Ex-Defence integration team) is a wholly owned, Australian Not-For-Profit governing body, providing best-practice end to end career transition and integration solutions for ex-Defence Members, Spouses and Veterans. For too long, Ex-Defence Members, Spouses and Veterans have struggled to find rewarding employment similar to what they had in the Defence Force and in a capacity that reflects their true market value. We’ve seen the positive benefits of how meaningful employment can help psychologically, and we have also seen the ugly side of what long-term unemployment can do. We aim to help fix the unemployment issue through the EDit program .
The EDit vision is to support ex-Defence Members, Spouses and Veterans in gaining and sustaining quality jobs. Based on our continual support of commercial industry to perform in the modern workplace, our program teaches Defence Members, Spouses and Veterans what to expect and how to perform in the commercial workplace using ethics gained in the Defence Force.
We have a good understanding ofcommercial workplace cultures and through our quality transition, integration and industry training with our federally recognised training partners, deliver a best in practice mentoring, coaching and training programs which supports our Ex Defence Members, Spouses and Veterans.
Our focus is and always will be to best integrate a military person into a non-military workplace whilst helping them continue to stay employed.