The Anglo-Indian Australasian Association of Victoria
UNITY IS STRENGTH
Aims & Objectives:
1.Provide board, lodge, care and security for Senior Members. (Subject to terms and conditions). Provide low rental accommodation for senior/retired members.
2. Organise social and cultural activities and coach tours for members and non members.
3. Provide self-contained units to retired members at affordable rental rates.
4. Provide financial help to Anglo-Indian Associations in India for their less fortunate members.
5. Free membership: Members 85 + years of age with 10 years continuous membership.
6. Membership discounts for various tours and social functions will be received after a full year of membership.
Must notify the Committee of any above Events/Requirements
Terms & Conditions:
1. Membership is NOT transferrable
2. Membership fees are payable from 1st Jan to 31st Dec and renewal of membership must be done before the 30th March. For New Members an enrolment fee of $10.00 will apply.
3. Committee members are not permitted to organise any tours or dances in accordance with the Association’s Constitution as there will be a conflict of interest and their Membership will be terminated. (Paragraph 7 – Discipline suspension and Expulsion of Members – Clause 10)
Booking for Socials and Tours:
1. All bookings are only confirmed with a 20% deposit.
2. Phone bookings are held for seven days only. If a deposit is not received the booking will be cancelled automatically.
3. Cancellation of a booking SEVEN days prior to the commencement of a tour will incur a loss 25% of the ticket fare.
4. Members on tours are advised to take Travel Insurance. The Association will not be liable for any claim.
5. Membership discounts for various tours and social functions can be received after a full year of membership.
1994 – St Joseph’s Home for the Aged was built, consisting of sixteen bedrooms with en-suites.
1998 – St Mary’s Retirement Village – Seven self-contained units was built and funded by the Association.
2000 – Three bedroom guest home was purchased and funded by the Association.
2010 – St Joseph’s Villas consisting of five one bedroom units.
2012 – St Joseph’s Extension – Six bedrooms with en-suites, multi-purpose and common room.
2013 – Purchase of property at St Albans for future residences.
2017 – Permit received to construct 6 units at St Albans.
2019 - Property purchased at Lakes Entrance
2020 - Property purchased in Pakenham
The Association is dependent on membership fees and revenue generated from tours, dances and monthly functions to fund and develop our aims and objectives. I would like to sincerely thank all present and past members of the Committee for their interest and support over many years. I would also like to thank our many volunteers for their time and effort; I appreciate your hard work.With a membership in excess of 2000, it is important that we adhere to and strictly adopt the Policy and Procedures of the Association. We need to be very proud of our establishment and achievements. We are the only Anglo-Indian Association in the World, excluding India, to provide housing facilities for our senior members