Support a World War II Veteran Documentary

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Documentaty Australia Foundation

Our mission is to interview as many WWII Veterans as possible before the opportunity is lost.  The project has commenced in Queensland but will be expanding throughout Australia.

The interviews are edited into documentaries (approximately 30 minutes in length) which are being donated to the John Oxley Library (QLD) and State Libraries nationally to be included in their WWII collections.  The documentaries are also available Here

A copy of each documentary will be given to the Veteran’s family as a keepsake.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

As a non-profit organisation, we rely on donations to fund the production of these incredibly important documentaries.

HOW CAN YOU HELP

You can help us in a few ways:

  1. Sponsor a Veteran Video (business, RSL and personal sponsorships welcome)
  2. Make a personal donation to This Story
  3. Follow us on Social Media

TO DONATE

If you don’t require your donation to be tax deductible simply choose the amount your wish to donate and click the ‘donate’ button.

To make a tax deductible donation go to Documentary Australia Foundation and make your donation there.

Please contact us directly on 07 3184 7552 or email enquiries@thisstory.com.au to discuss Sponsorships or Bequeathments.

“Thank you very much. I appreciate the trouble you went to. Particularly how you included the photos of my family, my wife and my brother (who passed away last year). I couldn’t believe it when I saw the photos of the island and the planes. It was very emotional to see the film for the first time. Thank you so much.”
Bill Elliot

“The students at Palmwoods ask me some questions but mostly they are just thankful I come to the (Anzac Day) ceremony. I am glad I still had the clippings with my old photos. I haven’t had them out for a long time. Thanks for coming all the way up here and I hope my memories have done the job. You’ve made an old man’s day.”
Henry Preston