AFP Legacy October Online Merchandise Sale
Pull over, take out your wallet and jump online to support AFP Legacy!
Visit the AFP Legacy shop to view and purchase from the full range of discounted merchandise.
AFP Legacy has been very kind since the passing of Dave in November, 2013. Dave lost his battle with a brain tumour at age 33. AFP Legacy supported the major fundraising effort during the 2015 Cure Brain Cancer walk in Canberra. This support was greatly appreciated, including the support given to the boys on their birthdays...Read more
AFP Legacy is there to help those left behind. It has helped in many different ways - from being invited to remember our loved ones on National Police Remembrance Day; to organised outings for the children; or through sending money to assist in bills, school fees and being there as a support if we need assistance...Read more
To suddenly becoming a widow at age 41 with 3 children is the most unimaginable and painful situation in which I have ever found myself. After the turmoil and chaos of planning and attending my husband’s funeral, the reality of being the sole provider for me and the children started to sink in and was quite overwhelming...Read more