How You Can Help

There are many ways you can show your support for our injured and ill service personnel and their families who are suffering financial difficulty as a result of their service to our country. Help our Defence families in any of the following ways. Your support will help change their lives.

Online & Recurring Donation

Make a one-off donation personally or on behalf of your family, community group or workplace. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

A recurring monthly, quarterly or annual donation will help Bravery Trust provide for veterans and their families who are struggling with the effects of their service, both physical and mental. Increasingly our veterans are returning home with health concerns that make it difficult for them to reintegrate back into civilian life.

Click here to Donate online

Bequest

Leaving a gift in your will, or a bequest, is an opportunity to reflect on what’s important in your life and what you would like to see supported in the future. A simple way to do this is to leave a bequest to Bravery Trust in your Will. Your solicitor will be able to make sure that your wishes are carried out in a manner in which you are comfortable. You may like to leave a percentage of your estate or nominate a specific amount to gift to Bravery Trust.

Please contact your solicitor to make these arrangements according to your wishes.

Fundraising Events

There are many ways you can help Bravery Trust make a difference. We welcome your interest in participating in a family, workplace, social or community event that raises funds to support those who have served our country.

If you are interested in organising a fundraising event please email ask@braverytrust.org.au or call 1300 652 103

Workplace Giving

Workplace giving is a great way for businesses and employees to show they care about our Defence members and their families. It is a powerful motivator for staff and shows customers how committed you are to the community. For employees, there are tax benefits for contributing to a workplace giving scheme.

Talk to your employer about setting up a workplace giving scheme for Bravery Trust.

"This is our opportunity to give something back and I urge people to get behind this important cause.”
Bob Cronin AM, Group Editor in Chief, West Australian Newspapers