Participating ESO

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The Returned & Services League of Australia
(Tasmania Branch)


To support the well being and betterment of our members, former and serving members of the ADF, and their dependants, with the provision of welfare and commemorative services and, where appropriate, contribute to the worthy needs within the community.

Website:         www.rsltas.org.au


 

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The Australian Peacekeeper & Peacemaker Veterans’ Association


The Australian Peacekeeper & Peacemaker Veterans’ Association is a young Ex-Service Organisation that continues to grow as part of the Veteran community.

Our objective is to look after Navy, Army, Air Force and Police personnel and their families as well as Civilians who have served on Peacekeeping and Peacemaking missions.

Website:         www.peacekeepers.asn.au


 

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The Royal Australian Air Force Association
(Tasmania Division)


The aim of the Association is and always has been to provide assistance, camaraderie and welfare to its members. The Division has four Branches: Hobart, Launceston. North West and WAAAF. .

Website:        www.raafatas.com


 

The Naval Association of Australia
(Tasmania Division)


The aim of the Association To provide a viable, professional and effective volunteer Pensions and Welfare Service at National, State and Sub Section level staffed by qualified TIP – trained officers capable of meeting the Welfare and Pension needs of NAA members, serving Naval personnel, veterans and their families; and to provide a point-of-contact for members, widows, serving RAN personnel and veterans seeking Advocacy, Pension, Compensation and Welfare support.

Website:        www.navalassoc.org.au


 

 

The Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia
(Tasmania Branch)


The VVAA is a wholly volunteer body that provides free of charge, personal and ongoing Welfare, Pension and Advocacy assistance to all veterans and the families of veterans. It has a vibrant, strong and dedicated representation in every State and Territory of Australia, and also maintains very close ties with equivalent organizations in the United States and New Zealand."

Website:        www.vvaa.org.au