Donate to the four SOCOMD soldiers who died in the Hamilton Island helicopter crash
Tragedy has struck our SOCOMD community as we mourn the loss of four brave soldiers from the 6th Aviation Regiment.
On that fateful Friday, 28th July 2023, during a training exercise for Exercise Talisman Sabre, the MRH90 helicopter carrying Captain Daniel Lyon, Lieutenant Maxwell Nugent, Warrant Officer Class Two Joseph Laycock, and Corporal Alexander Naggs crashed into the waters near Hamilton Island.
These courageous men made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country, leaving behind devastated family members who have lost their loved ones.
By providing both emergency and ongoing financial support, the Commando Welfare Trust aims to alleviate the immense burden they now face due to this tragic loss.
Why Your Support Matters
The families of these fallen soldiers are now grappling with grief, emotional pain, and financial uncertainty. The loss of a loved one can be an overwhelming burden, especially when it comes to managing immediate expenses and planning for the future.
Your donation will make a significant difference in their lives during this challenging time.
Please make sure to spread the word about this cause on social media, among friends, family, and colleagues so that more people can join in supporting these families.
Click donate so you can provide direct financial assistance to these family members.
The Commando Welfare Trust is a registered charity with tax-deductible donations, with 100 per cent of the funds going to our beneficiaries.
Supporting SOCOMD soldiers who died in the Hamilton Island helicopter crash
Your donation will go directly towards supporting the family members of the four soldier’s who tragically lost their lives in the Hamilton Island helicopter crash.
The Commando Welfare Trust is a registered charity with tax-deductible donations.