Kapooka Charities Committee

The Kapooka Charities Committee trusts the Kapooka March Out Guide will assist you in making your visit to Blamey Barracks, Kapooka and the Riverina more enjoyable.

The purpose of the Kapooka Charities Committee is to provide funds (donations) for disbursement to nominated charities, appeals and fundraisers operating in the Wagga Wagga and greater Riverina area, and to support the Kapooka Legacy Scholarships Fund.

Past beneficiaries have included Legacy, Country Hope, PCYC, The Leisure Company, Riverina Blue Bell, Ronald McDonald House, Wagga Wagga & Region Suicide Prevention Network Inc, Riding for the Disabled Association (Wagga Wagga), and the Wagga Wagga Women’s Health Centre. Some disbursements derived from advertising in the Kapooka March Out Guide are directed towards supporting worthy causes such as these.

Every March Out Day at Kapooka is a special event and is a time honoured tradition for celebrating each generation of Australia’s soldiers.

Kapooka enjoys a strong connection with the people and businesses of Wagga Wagga. Those included in the Kapooka March Out Guide look forward to being of service to you in making sure your stay is both comfortable and enjoyable. Your memories become ours, and add to the rich tapestry of Defence’s involvement in the local area.

The Kapooka Charities Committee would like to thank Tag Publishing for the provision of this highly professional and beneficial publication for our honoured visitors.

KAPOOKA MARCH OUT GUIDE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Kapooka March Out Guide is published by Tag Publishing on behalf of the Kapooka Charities Committee. (KMACC).