A yellow armband to remember ALL our veterans

Hello everyone. This Wednesday, Remembrance Day, is a chance for us all to honour, remember, and respect the sacrifices made by brave men and women.

This Remembrance Day, will you wear a yellow armband to pay tribute to our bravest?

Yellow is the colour symbol of post-traumatic stress disorder – the mental-health condition suffered by my son, Petty Officer David Stafford Finney, before he took his life last February.

This Remembrance Day I will be in Canberra, delivering yellow armbands to federal politicians. I do not want them to forget my son, or the nations’ rising veteran suicide toll.

We will remember all our veterans – including those who have fallen on home soil – and I will make absolutely sure that the government remembers my son.

Please, when you stand in silence at 11 am on 11/11, wear a yellow armband and show your support for ALL our veterans.

I remain,
Julie-Ann Finney
proud mother of Dave Stafford Finney


Please support Julie-Ann’s petition for a Royal Commission into Veteran Suicide





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