Ap­peal for help

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

As res­i­dents pre­pare to hon­our the fallen on An­zac Day, the wel­fare needs of cur­rent and for­mer ser­vice­men and women con­tinue to be the top pri­or­ity dur­ing this year’s AN­ZAC Ap­peal.

The Vic­to­rian RSL has dis­trib­uted more than 750 000 AN­ZAC Ap­peal badges across the state and is call­ing on ev­ery­body to buy a badge and wear it with pride to help sup­port Aus­tralian vet­er­ans and their fam­i­lies.

‘‘The vi­tal funds raised through­out the ap­peal en­able the RSL to ful­fil its pri­mary role in wel­fare, of as­sist­ing cur­rent and ex-ser­vice­men and women and their fam­i­lies when they are in need,’’ RSL Vic­to­ria pres­i­dent Dr Robert Web­ster said.

‘‘Through the AN­ZAC Ap­peal, Aus­tralians con­tinue to stand to­gether, wear­ing their own badge of hon­our and re­mem­ber­ing the ser­vice­men and women who sac­ri­ficed so much for us.’’

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