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Thank you for supporting The Salvation Army's Red Shield Appeal. You may never see the difference your generosity and compassion makes on the ground but your donation is life-changing.
Michelle had no childhood. Growing up with two parents who were hard drug users, she spent years in and out of their care. She ran away from home at 11, ‘couch-surfed’, slept on the streets and survived through crime.
The Salvation Army surveyed 2,485 clients across 237 emergency relief services earlier this year. The results paint a harrowing snapshot of the realities of daily life for people living on the margins.
In Adelaide, The Salvation Army has launched an initiative to give people access to free fresh food. According to a 2014 Foodbank Report, over 14,000 people seek food relief in Australia each month but are unable to be assisted. Forty per cent of these people are children.
This year the Salvos opened new crisis and transitional accommodation for up to 102 homeless men in the heart of Perth, where around 9,500 people do not have a home
Lumo Energy added their voice to the Red Shield Appeal by telling their story through the eyes of Lloyd, a field officer with Lumo Energy.
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