Donors Sponsors and Grants 2023/2024

Over the past 9 years Virtual War Memorial Australia (formerly RSL Virtual War Memorial) has been fortunate to have been supported by the amazing generosity of benefactors, donors, bequests, our members and the general public.

We have also been fortunate to have received funding for projects through competitive grant schemes at both Federal and State level.

Since 4 September 2018 Virtual War Memorial Australia has been registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission (ACNC). All annual reporting requirements are undertaken to through ACNC and the company submissions (including annual expenditure and financial accounts) can be viewed here.

We are enormously grateful for the all support provided (past and present) for the ongoing development of Virtual War Memorial Australia and the small dedicated team behind it.

2023 Donors

Pammie Wall OAM & the late Ian Wall AM
Richard Collins AM & Joanna Collins AM
Steve Radford OAM

The Honourable Sir Eric Neal AC CVO & the late Lady Joan Neal AM
Mrs Jenny Read & Family
The Lockleys Servicemens' Memorial Trust
The Australian Bravery Association
Michael Whittaker
Sharyn Roberts
Paul Wiebusch
Len Kelly

and over 150 other donors

2023 Event sponsors

Virtual War Memorial acknowledges and thanks all sponsors of its annual fundraising event for their very generous support.

General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK AC(Mil) CVO MC (RETD)
Adelaide Oval SMA
Laurie Hearn (Artist)
Charlie Dixon
Catanach Jewellers
Andrew Young
Joanna Collins - A Touch of Beauty
Vailo Adelaide 500
Adelaide Football Club
Surf Life Saving Australia


Government of South Australia (Department for Education)
1 Philanthropic Foundation