A Helping Hand, supporting partners of lost Veterans Inc. ("AHH" or "A Helping Hand") is a
charity, patriotic fund and is an Australian non-profit organisation established in 2019 by
the ex-servicemen and other supporters of the
Vietnam Veterans & Veterans Motorcycle Club Australia Inc. - Gippsland Chapter.
We are honoured to have great support from individuals, businesses and corporations.
Your help is important. Our work is made possible mainly by the support of generous Australians.
We rely on people like you to donate to our programs and appeals so we can provide vital help.
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Make a donation one off, or periodically, via your bank using the following account details.
Donate now via direct deposit to our Bendigo Bank Account:
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BSB: 633 000
Account No: 171 157 779
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AHH relies on public donations and welcomes application from corporations who want to make a difference in the community. If you are interested in a partnership contact the Secretary on:
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A Helping Hand is a patriotic fund and is an Australian non-profit organisation established in 2019 by ex-servicemen and others who are also members of the Vietnam Veterans & Veterans Motorcycle Club Australia Inc.
Patriotic funds are a type of trust fund created after the First World War, when Victorian communities
raised money to assist soldiers and their families. They provide welfare services and clubrooms for
returned service personnel and their dependants.
The objects and mission of the Fund are to provide for the sick, helpless, wounded, aged, disabled, destitute and
needy among those who are serving or have served in the Australian Defence Force;
in particular the Fund has the aim of:
providing support for the partners and dependants of
"lost" Australian service men and women
We are dedicated to meeting the needs of Australian Veterans and their families seeking help. The objects and mission of AHH are to provide for the sick, helpless, wounded, aged, disabled, destitute and needy among those who are serving or have served in the Australian Defence Force; in particular AHH has the aim of providing support for the partners and dependants of "lost" Australian service men and women.
AHH is committed to helping young families through bereavement and beyond, providing them with a supporting hand. At AHH we are aware of the significant loss endured by families living without a parent or spouse and we endeavour to support families in their time of loss. The needs of eligible beneficiaries may be classified as:
AHH will raise funds through donations to be used in necessitous circumstances for the welfare of lost veteran’s partners or dependants.
Funds are to be raised from appeals, donations, bequests, raffles, special events, sponsorships, dinners, bequests, corporate sponsorships and other sundry income.
AHH relies on public donations and welcomes applications from corporations and other support organisations who want to make a difference in the wider veteran community. If you are interested in a partnership with A Helping Hand, contact the email@example.com
Collaboration with us provides you with innovative ways to provide a charitable fundraising outcome, can help you engage your staff and consumers, and deliver on corporate social responsibility. Partnering with a charity is good for your business.
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Please contact: Ronald Kohlman
M: 0402 448 050
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