- Circular 6/23 Veterans’ Catalogue of Services now availableby Jeff O'Brien on January 27, 2023 at 9:10 am
One of the key initiatives of the RSL NSW Strategic Plan is to provide a means by which veterans can contact their local sub-Branch. This was included because the consultation process during the development of the Plan revealed that sub-Branches were frustrated because younger veterans were not joining and transitioning service personnel didn’t know how The post Circular 6/23 Veterans’ Catalogue of Services now available first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Australia Day Honours 2023by admin on January 27, 2023 at 3:21 am
Congratulations to the following RSL NSW members who have been recognised in the 2023 Australia Day Honours for their ongoing service and support of Australia’s veterans and their families. The RSL badge is a symbol of readiness at all times to render service to the country and former comrades. Each award is testament to what it means The post Australia Day Honours 2023 first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Circular 5/23 Fee-Free Compensation Advocacy Servicesby Jeff O'Brien on January 26, 2023 at 10:39 pm
ANZAC House has received advice that correspondence is being circulated to some RSL NSW sub-Branches by an organisation that provides fee-for-service compensation advocacy to veterans. RSL NSW is committed to supporting the provision of fee-free advocacy services to all veterans and their families. All advocates authorised by RSL NSW and its sub-Branches to provide advocacy The post Circular 5/23 Fee-Free Compensation Advocacy Services first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Circular 4/23 For Review: Amended Board Election Standard Operating Procedure (SOP 12)by Jeff O'Brien on January 24, 2023 at 2:34 am
As a result of the feedback provided by sub-Branches and individual members, the RSL NSW Board Election Procedure Standard Operating Procedure (SOP 12) has been amended and is now ready for review by members. The SOP 12 Steering Committee, including representatives of the District Presidents’ Council and chaired by the former AEC Deputy Commissioner, has The post Circular 4/23 For Review: Amended Board Election Standard Operating Procedure (SOP 12) first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Young Veterans Committee members share their goals for younger veterans in 2023by admin on January 23, 2023 at 11:00 pm
Six members of the RSL NSW Young Veterans Committee explain what they’re proudest of achieving, and their goals for 2023. At a glance: The Young Veterans Committee works with fellow veterans and RSL NSW leadership to advance the priorities of younger veterans. There are nine current members, representing a cross-section of RSL NSW sub-Branches and The post Young Veterans Committee members share their goals for younger veterans in 2023 first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Circular 3/23 Sub-Branch Portal link for the Compliance Annual Reportby Jeff O'Brien on January 18, 2023 at 5:34 am
The link to the new Compliance Annual Report included in Circular 2/23 is not working. Please use this link to access the 2023 Compliance Annual Report which is now available in the sub-Branch Portal. The sub-Branch Portal User Guide has been updated to include instructions on how to complete the Report and can be downloaded here or accessed in the sub-Branch Portal. The post Circular 3/23 Sub-Branch Portal link for the Compliance Annual Report first appeared on RSL NSW.
- RSL Australia marks passing of Senator Jim Molan AO DSCby admin on January 17, 2023 at 4:52 am
The Returned & Services League of Australia (RSLA) is mourning the passing of distinguished service veteran and Australian Senator Jim Molan AO DSC. The Liberal Party Senator (72) died yesterday following a two-year battle with cancer. A former major-general in the Australian Army, Jim Molan represented New South Wales in the Senate since 2019 and The post RSL Australia marks passing of Senator Jim Molan AO DSC first appeared on RSL NSW.
- Circular 2/23 The 2023 Compliance Annual Report is now available and due for completion by 31 Mayby Jeff O'Brien on January 16, 2023 at 10:18 pm
Further to Circular 61/22, the Compliance Annual Report (CAR) is now available for sub-Branches to complete by 31 May 2023. It is recommended that all sub-Branches participate in completing the CAR to provide a broad subset of responses to better inform future training programs. The Compliance Annual Report has been designed and tested in consultation The post Circular 2/23 The 2023 Compliance Annual Report is now available and due for completion by 31 May first appeared on RSL NSW.
- RSL LifeCare Veteran Services Oct – Dec 2022 updateby admin on January 16, 2023 at 3:23 am
RSL LifeCare Veteran Services continues to provide critical support to hundreds of veterans and their families. Between October and December 2022, RSL LifeCare Veteran Services was able to: Provide $147,706 in financial assistance including $99,000 in disaster assistance to a total of 69 veterans and families Assist 61 veterans experiencing homelessness Help 304 veterans The post RSL LifeCare Veteran Services Oct – Dec 2022 update first appeared on RSL NSW.
- How Justin Donnelly turned Defence experience into a new civilian careerby admin on January 13, 2023 at 3:45 am
Why former Army psychological examiner Justin Donnelly sought a career change at RSL LifeCare Veteran Services, and how he empowers veterans in the new role. At a glance: Justin spent 12 years in the Army, nine of those as a psychological examiner, and transitioned out in late 2021. Finding work at RSL LifeCare Veteran Services The post How Justin Donnelly turned Defence experience into a new civilian career first appeared on RSL NSW.