RSL Queensland national support and investment
RSL Queensland supports and, in some instances, provides direct funding to other states to deliver services in support of veterans and their families.
Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation:
Over the past six years, RSL Queensland has invested more than $14 million in veteran-centric research to inform federal government, Defence and veteran organisations with credible data and insights.
Mates4Mates: In the last decade, RSL Queensland has invested more than $56 million in Mates4Mates and is committing close to $70 million as part of our 2030 Strategy, supporting veterans and their families nationally.
Veteran & Family Wellbeing Centres:
RSL Queensland has provided funds towards these Centres to support veterans and their families across Queensland, the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
RSL Be:Well and Go Beyond: Designed for veterans, these online learning resources offer health and wellbeing information and tools to assist during and after Defence. These programs are available to all Australian veterans and accessible anywhere, any time.
Soldier Recovery Centre:
Across three Queensland Defence bases, RSL Queensland continues to invest in active, on-base programs that support Defence members transitioning to civilian life in Queensland or interstate.