Topic: Charities, Fundraising & Community
The HMAS Toowoomba team look on as Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Spencer Doyle send his first bowl towards the jack.
Lawn bowls may invoke images of the elderly, but for a group of Navy members, the reality for Navy has been markedly different, as part of HMAS
Stirling’s ongoing commitment to raising funds for children with disabilities.
Published on November 11, 2017 by LEUT Andrew Ragless (author), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)
Chief Petty Officer Tristan 'Banger' Harris with his walking buggy at HMAS Stirling.
Following six months on the road, 4358 kilometres, and nine pairs of joggers, Chief Petty Officer Medic Tristan Harris has successfully trekked across Australia.
Midshipman Aimee Jeffers from HMAS Success prepares for the Sir David Martin Foundation Abseil for Youth day.
Plummeting 135 metres from the 33rd floor of a skyscraper, is not for the faint-hearted, but when the goal was to raise much-needed funding and awareness for the Sir David Martin Foundation the team from HMAS
Success leapt to the challenge.
November 01, 2017 by Department of Defence (author), LSCIS Meagan Donnellan, (photographer)
Sailors from the ship’s company of frigate, HMAS Anzac, compete in the OXFAM trail walker series in Perth.
Four sailors from the ship’s company of frigate, HMAS
Anzac, have tested their sea legs, taking on a 50-kilometre walk for charity through the spectacular scenery of the Perth hills.
Royal Australian Navy Lieutenant Alec Beerens stands in front of some of the bikes assembled for the 2017 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride on 24 September in Canberra.
If you were in Canberra in late September, you might have witnessed an odd sight – almost 200 smartly dressed motorcyclists riding their classic-style motorbikes.
Guests of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation Charity Luncheon on the balcony of the Sir David Martin Mess, HMAS Penguin.
As the Royal Australian Navy’s primary medical training facility, it is fitting that Sydney base, HMAS
Penguin's community and charitable support involves sick children.
October 20, 2017 by LEUT Will Singer (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer), CPOIS Damian Pawlenko (photographer)
The Defence community and their families take part in HMAS Stirling's annual Walk to Work day, which involves walking from the base front gate to the Stirling Sports Oval, covering a distance of approximately 6.4km.
Defence personnel based in Western Australia have stopped traffic in its tracks, closing the causeway to Garden Island in the name of fitness and wellbeing.
HMAS Harman Legacy Golf Day 2017 participants on completion of the days activities.
Over 80 players attended this year’s annual HMAS
Harman Legacy Golf Day on 22 September at the Fairbairn Golf Club in Canberra.
Ship's company personnel from HMAS Cairns, participating in the Great Northern Clean Up.
The ship’s company of HMAS
Cairns have taken to the water in a less typical fashion recently, getting out in kayaks to contribute to cleaning up local waterways.
Royal Australian Navy Petty Officers Kirsty Semmens (left) and Warren Sanders (right) were on board to cheer on fellow Petty Officer Erica Lower (centre) when she made her 50th donation recently at the Regent Blood Donor Centre.
Overcoming a fear of needles and blood has allowed one Senior Sailor to become a regular donor of blood and plasma, and recently achieved her 50th donation.