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“I feel really proud to be a part of the future of The Repat Foundation’s worthwhile cause and the money we raise will have a direct impact on our veterans – that’s something I will always hold very close to my heart.

Athalie Phillis Supporter

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Russell Pick Veteran

“I strongly believe the research The Repat Foundation – The Road Home is doing is benefiting people in the forces currently, and will continue to benefit mankind in general.”

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Art Healing the Body and Mind

You may have read in the past about the wonderful Art Trolley that makes its way through the Rehabilitation Wards at the Repatriation General Hospital. We met with Clinical Services Coordinator Chen Langduo and Associate Clinical Services Coordinator Maryann Duffield from these wards to be able to tell you more about the crucial role the art trolley plays in helping patients get back on their feet both physically and emotionally after suffering a trauma. read more

Veterans Health Precinct Tour

Following the Remembrance Business Breakfast on Wednesday November 9 2016, we were thrilled to take a group of our special supporters along with Air Vice-Marshal Tracy Smart AO on a tour of the site for the new mental health precinct for veterans at Glenside. It was announced the same week that the state of the art facility will be named in honour of local hero Jamie Larcombe, who was sadly killed while on operations in Afghanistan. read more