VPL hosted 360 people in the MCG member’s dining room for the 2015 Christmas lunch.
The annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance is a national ride from police memorials around the country to the National Police Memorial in Canberra.
6th February 1980 was an important day in the life of Victoria Police Legacy and the support that Victoria Police provide to their colleagues.
On 7th December Victoria Police Legacy held their annual family Christmas party at Circus Oz.
Victoria Police Legacy supports:
Victoria Police Legacy is a not-for-profit public benevolent institution that has Australian Taxation Office Deductible Gift Recipient status.
Our income is primarily derived from the extremely generous financial support of the many thousands of sworn members of Victoria Police ranging from the newest recruit to the Chief Commissioner, without whom much of the high quality support and services would not be possible. This is complemented by bequests, sponsorship, returns on investment and other donations.
The Police Federation of Australia recently announced that the total donations to police legacies this year from the Wall-to-Wall Ride For Remembrance was $140,000 with VPL receiving $18,200. That amount added to local fundraising sees VPL receive $22,000. more »
Standing in for Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton at the last minute at the Christmas Luncheon at the MCG, Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp, long time supporter of Victoria Police Legacy (VPL), welcomed guests...more »
As their Christmas break up the VPAL group took on a corporate team building activity and tree surfing at Enchanted Maze in Arthurs Seat.more »