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Alan Jessop began collecting for The Salvation Army at the Canberra Centre 32 years ago. Known as the ‘Four Million Dollar Man’ due to his fundraising efforts, this year
“More than a word. Reconciliation takes action” is this year’s theme for National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June) and at Bellarine Peninsula Salvos, on Wathaurong Country, reconciliation is
Ways all Australians can play an active role in the process The theme for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) this year is ‘More than a word. Reconciliation takes action’. Shirli Congoo, Salvos
Salvos’ research finds 9 in 10 of Australia’s most vulnerable in housing stress. Research conducted by The Salvation Army highlighted that the most vulnerable in our community are struggling
The Salvation Army has released a national research report which explores the impact and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic on the financial situation and mental wellbeing of community members.
The Salvation Army, which operates family and domestic violence services across Australia, welcomes the announcements in the federal budget of significant investment in preventing and addressing family violence. These
Despite recent good rains in many parts of NSW, the impact of prolonged drought is still being felt across the state. Salvation Army rural chaplains have been working closely
At 95, Norma remains a passionate supporter of The Salvation Army, a relationship that began in 1942 when she was just 18 and caught in a whirlwind of loss,
In May this year 25 riders took part in the Red Shield Ride, riding 1,400km from Sydney to Melbourne to raise crucial funds for this year’s Red Shield Appeal.
Mirvac property group is putting its creative and corporate weight behind The Salvation Army’s Digital Doorknock, calling on its customers and communities, design partners and staff to decorate their
The 2020 NAIDOC Week theme – ‘Always Was, Always Will Be’ – recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for the Australian continent for over 65,000 years and