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The Salvation Army is supporting Farmers and communities affected by drought

3 August 2018

The Salvation Army is on the ground supporting families and communities affected by the droughts. 

Accessing assistance

If you are currently living in a drought-affected area and would like to find out what support is available, we encourage you to reach out.

If you are based in Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania, please reach out to your local service here

If you're in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory or Queensland, you can:

Call: 02 8757 8088
Apply for assistance: via the online form below

Complete an assistance form 

Supporting our farmers

If you would like to support the communities affected by the drought, we are taking donations. Please keep in mind that during times of need we are often inundated with public generosity, however, our teams on the front line are currently requesting cash donations as they allow us to provide immediate assistance to the community.

Cash donations also allow the people affected to recover with dignity by purchasing items they need most, which also injects much-needed funds into the local economy.

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