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On The Street
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Life doesn’t always pan out the way you think it will — as 42-year-old Donna knows only too well.
Already this Summer, we’ve supported fire crews, SES and police tackling bushfires in Perth, the Adelaide Hills and parts of Victoria.
Each day we assist families and individuals in crisis at 277 emergency relief centres across Australia.
Players and coach Simon Helmot volunteer at the Salvos cafe in Melbourne - even stopping for a quick game of cricket with community members.
People living in Northside experience a high level of unemployment, family breakdown and isolation. The Salvos joined forces with Glastonbury Family Services and the Percy Baxter Charitable Trust to help relieve some of the pain in their community.
The Couch program at The Salvation Army on Bourke Street, Melbourne, is a place for
international students to socialise and interact with others, as well as access support services and information.
Today, Captain Greg Howard carries the Flying Padre mantle, taking to the skies in a Cessna 182S.
The Salvation Army and the South Australian Government have teamed up to create the free Affordable SA mobile app to provide a range of information, practical tips and tools to help people manage the ever-increasing cost of living.
Guests of the cafe come from all walks of life — from young homeless people to asylum seekers or people with disabilities. Each Monday more than 40 guests come to the cafe for morning coffee and cake, followed by a home-cooked lunch served by volunteers.
The Balga Salvation Army Child Health Centre aims to increase the number of children receiving health checks during their early years.
Safe from the Start is an innovative project to work with children who have witnessed family violence using activity-based play.
Each Friday and Saturday night from 10pm – 3am, Salvos volunteers will reach out to young and at-risk people.
In December, The Salvation Army assists three times more people compared to any other month.
Helping over one million men, women and children get back on their feet every year.
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