The Returned Soldiers' Association was founded in 1916 by wounded veterans returning from World War One; the forerunner for the RSA as we know it today. Its establishment recognised a need to provide care for returning soldiers and to honour the memory of those who would never return. Support and remembrance been at the heart of the RSA since 1916.
Now, we focus on supporting current and ex-service NZDF personnel and their dependents, including NZ Police. Support can range from home visits and financial aid, to counselling and activity days for the families of deployed men and women.
2016 saw the RSA celebrate 100 years of support. Here's to 100 more.
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