1. Cheer-Up Society

    The Cheer-Up Society comforted servicemen during two world wars after which its facilities became a migrant hostel in Elder Park.

    Historical Organisation | By Margaret Allen | First World War, Second World War

  2. League of Loyal Women

    The League of Loyal Women was formed in South Australia on the 20 July 1915 and was primarily designed to utilise the domestic skills of women to provide men fighting overseas with homely comforts.

    Historical Organisation | By Jack Evans, History SA | 1900-1910, 1910s, First World War

  3. Schools' Patriotic Fund

    The Children's Patriotic Fund and Schools' Patriotic Fund were repsonsible for aiding the war effort on the homefront during the First and Second World War, respectively. They achieved this by mobilising school children across South Australia to contribute in any way they could towards the war effort. 

    Historical Organisation | By Jack Evans, History SA | 1910s, 1940s, First World War, Second World War

  4. Wattle Day League

    The Wattle Day League was responsible for campaigning to establish 'Wattle Day', a national day of celebration, within Australia and helped raise funds on the home front to help support Australian soldiers fighting in the First World War.

    Historical Organisation | By Jack Evans, History SA | 1900-1910, 1910s, First World War