The Club has an obligation to its membership.
All major injuries and major personal harm resulting in hospitalisation have to be reported by any member.
The Notification Officer will then contact the member or the Sub Branch, or other members in the locality to ensure welfare support and assistance is provided to the subject member.
Military Brotherhood MMC has accredited Advocacy Training and Development Program (ATDP) Advocates ready to assist ex-serving and serving members, and their families.
Our trained Wellbeing, and Compensation and Rehabilitation Advocates are ready to assist you through DVA’s processes to receive your entitlements and provide advice on Government and Local Agencies services available to you.
Contact any accredited Advocate in your area via the
Contact a MBMMC sub branch in your area for assistance via our
All our services are free of charge to you.
Just contact us.
In the mean time, please have a good look at the publication below from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). It is well worth your time.
Grants can be applied for from numerous sources. The following links provide information on grants that are available. Click on each logo to goto the relevant website. Further links will be supplied when found.
Note: Each Local Government area also has grants available for community-based purposes. Members should approach thier local Councillor to obtain details on how to access these grants.
The following photographs are a combined effort of our membership in carrying out our responsibilities regarding our Veterans, our heritage and our self worth.
‘Operation Visit a Vet’ will remain throughout our tenure, and will be improved into the future as ‘lessons learnt’ in relating to Veterans is absorbed.
To all MBMMC members across Australia who are taking part, enjoy the experience, send us your photos.