Royal New Zealand RSA

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RSA – On Active Service since 1916, promoting the welfare and remembrance of those who have served our nation.

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  Wellington In Need

The RSA provides support and comfort for Kiwi war veterans, ex-service men and women, and their families.

Our network of 182 local RSAs, 250 Support Advisors and over 500 Home & Hospital Visitors, provides financial assistance, friendship, support, and advocacy services to our war veteran and ex-service community.

We will remember them.

The RSA was formed in New Zealand in 1916 by returning Anzacs during World War One. Today we are the largest voluntary welfare organisation in New Zealand serving comrades, community and country.

Our mission is to be a force for good that champions the Anzac spirit across all generations of New Zealanders.

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The RSA was founded in 1916 by returning Anzacs to provide support and comfort for service men and women and their families and this legacy continues today with the RSA advocating at the highest levels while providing active support in the heart of our communities.

Our network of 182 local RSAs, 250 Support Advisors and over 500 Home & Hospital Visitors, provides financial assistance, friendship, support, and advocacy services to former and current serving personnel and their families.

We will remember them.


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alan chung
alan chung on 28 Jul 2020
$50
Rod & Eileen
Rod & Eileen on 31 May 2020
$20
Action Automotive Wanaka Limited
Action Automotive Wanaka Limited on 30 May 2020
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Dept of Nursing CHCH Hospital
Dept of Nursing CHCH Hospital on 21 May 2020
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Selma, Alex&Jacob, Izzy
Selma, Alex&Jacob, Izzy on 14 May 2020
$60

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