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Believing and Achieving for Emilea

After eight years in the Royal Australian Navy, Emilea Mysko faced a mental battle when she was medically discharged from service, leaving her feeling alone and isolated. Today she is gearing up for a different battle, competing in the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games, all possible thanks to your kind support. read more

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From Beating Cancer to Competing in the Invictus Games

Less than three years ago Wade Roberts’ life was turned upside down when he found himself facing one of the toughest challenges of his life – bowel cancer. Today, Wade is the fittest he has ever been, training for the upcoming Invictus Games in Toronto this September. read more

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The Power of a Paintbrush

Serving in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), veteran David Gillard has faced many challenges, but nothing prepared him for his most personal challenge yet, being diagnosed with chronic Post Traumatic Stress. read more

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Living with a Silent Enemy for Over 40 Years

Vietnam veteran David Lynch’s world came crashing down when he was diagnosed with delayed-onset Post-Traumatic Stress and thanks to The Repat Foundation – The Road Home art therapy program, he has found hope at a second chance at life. With your continuous support, we can give people like David the same hope that they can overcome this silent injury. read more

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Searching for Hope

A compassionate ‘people person’, Jane* believed becoming a police officer would give her a chance to help people and make an important contribution to society. What she did not expect was to find herself suffering silently with an injury of service – Post-Traumatic Stress. read more

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Protecting those who Lend a Helping Hand

As a selfless volunteer, school teacher Warren Hicks has been volunteering his time for over 24 years as a State Emergency Service (SES) volunteer in South Australia. Passionate and dedicated to his volunteer work, Warren has witnessed a number of traumatic events and sadly as a result, he suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress, a silent injury of service. read more