Since 2014, the Anzac Day Commemoration Fund has been providing funding to support initiatives that educate the South Australian community about the significance of Anzac Day or commemorate Australia’s military heritage.

Seven ex-service organisations and community groups from across South Australia have secured funding from the 2023-2024 grant rounds for a range of projects across the state.

Organisation Grant Amount Grant funding purpose
Willunga & Districts RSL $2,459 Willunga ANZAC History Digital Kiosk with links to Virtual War Memorial website for presentation to and interaction with visitors
Penola Town Square Working Group Inc. $16,250 Expoxy painting of Penola Town Square Commemorative Walk pavers honouring 414 local servicepeople to ensure durability.
The Flinders Ranges Council $16,490 Anzac Reflections – A digital presentation honouring WWI servicepeople from Quorn and surrounding region.
Port Elliot RSL $695 Purchase of marquee to support annual Dawn Service at memorial on Hindmarsh Island.
The Flinders Ranges Council $16,200 Installation of two artistic wire mesh figures of Light Horse soldiers in the Cradock Memorial Garden to honour Light Horsemen recruited from country areas across Australia during WWI.
St Peters Residents Association Inc. $8,265 Research, casting and fixing of bronze plaques to the St Peters Heroes Memorial showing names of service personnel who died in WWII.
Mt Compass War Memorial Community Centre Inc $3,216 Purchase of two flagpoles for Mt Compass Memorial.
The Headstone Project SA $11,102 Installation of headstones on graves of nine WWI veterans buried in unmarked graves in Renmark Cemetary,
Murray Bridge RSL & Bowling Club $9,000 Purchase of PA system to support Anzac Day and other commemorative services.
Wasleys Community Group Inc. $1,000 Dedication of sculpture of an Army soldier resting on arms within the public area at Wasleys Institute, encompassing a plinth containing a time capsule and plaques containing names of locals who have served post WWI.