Wagga, defence community steps in to save Pro Patria wellness centre for soldiers

By Cassandra Morgan
Updated July 10 2023 - 6:12pm, first published 5:15pm
An influx of donations has helped save Wagga's Pro Patria centre, a wellness hub for veterans and first responders in NSW. Picture by Madeline Begley
An influx of donations has helped save Wagga's Pro Patria centre, a wellness hub for veterans and first responders in NSW. Picture by Madeline Begley

A wellness centre for veterans and first responders will maintain its place in the "home of the Australian soldier" after the community dug deep as it faced a $1.5 million deadline while hundreds of thousands of dollars short with just weeks to go.

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