RSL & Services Clubs Association

Benefits

  • Member access to issues impacting on RSL and Services Clubs 
  • Invitation to attend Association meetings for updates and to identify and discuss issues specific to RSL and Services Clubs affecting member club operations
  • Regular Circulars and Newsletters on industry issues
  • Addressing and promoting to Government the unique interests of RSL and Services Clubs and seek to influence Government policies and legislation impacting specifically on those clubs
  • Assisting clubs access improved lines of communication to the RSL at a State and national level
  • Assist Clubs with land purchase and lease issues and negotiations with RSL sub-branches
  • Discounted access to two highly regarded annual educational conferences – the Association’s Annual Conference which alternates between Adelaide, Canberra and Melbourne in August/September and the National RSL Clubs Conference in May;
  • Priority access to attend annual educational tours throughout Australia, New Zealand and the US to study industry issues
  • Assist with brand recognition whilst upholding the Anzac traditions for all Australians
  • Unite to achieve group buying power power from industry suppliers
  • Opportunity to increase your club’s corporate social responsibility profile by supporting causes to reflect the Association’s Mission Statement, such as
    • Our homeless veterans project, "Homes For Heroes", which assists veterans suffering from PTS and other health issues; 
    • The Kokoda Youth Leadership Challenge (a recognized ClubGrants Category 1 project) through sponsorship of young members of your community on treks over the Kokoda Trail
    • Operation CARE program supporting our soldiers wounded in overseas conflicts by sending them on a short holiday prior to returning to active service. The program also cares for the widows of soldiers
    • "The Last Post Ceremony" conducted at the end of each day at the Australian War Memorial
    • Veteran-owned and staffed businesses to provide services and products to RSL Clubs across the State
  • Promote your Club’s facilities via the Association’s website – www.rslservicesclubs.com.au
  • Eligibilty to election of Board of Directors

Combine with more than 150 RSL and Services Clubs across NSW
with more than two million members which have already joined the Association.

If your club is not a member of the RSL & Services Clubs Association,
and would like more information about joining,
please contact the CEO, Garrie Gibson on 9233 2624 or 0417 626 853
to arrange a presentation to your Club Board.

Click here to download the RSL&SCA 2015/16 Review brochure