We will remember them.
Then, Now and Always.
Remembrance acknowledges the personal courage and sacrifice of those who are engaged in military and police service by activities designed to highlight and honour their commitment.
RSA works with all branches of government and communities, to ensure remembrance covers all service and conflicts.
Why do we remember service?
The rigours of service today are no different to previous conflicts, and remembering those who serve is a reminder that peace, stability and safeguarding our country's values and interest come with personal sacrifice.
How do we remember?
The Poppy Appeal, ANZAC and Armistice days are activities of national remembrance that acknowledges the men and woman who have served, been injured and died in service to their country.
The RSA movement and those affiliated with us are deeply involved in many other events and commemorations – find out more about our events.
Donations to the RSA help to administer support to returned and service people and their families.
We remember those who did not return by supporting those still with us.