127 veteran groups around Australia will benefit from more than $4.35 million in additional funding through the Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) Program.
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Defence Personnel Andrew Gee said the funding would help ex-service organisations (ESOs) continue to deliver the highest quality advocacy services and support.
“This additional funding will help these groups provide local veterans even greater transition support, assistance with claims and entitlements, and access to services such as rehabilitation and wellbeing programs,” Minister Gee said.
|Returned and Services League of Australia (Queensland Branch) Redcliffe Sub-Branch||Petrie||$145,900.00|
|Returned & Services League of Australia (Queensland Branch) Samford Sub-Branch||Dickson||$32,826.71|
|Returned & Services League of Australia (Queensland Branch) Pine Rivers District||Dickson||$22,273.54|
|The Partners of Veterans Association of Australia — Queensland Branch Inc||Longman||$1,336.47|