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More Australians struggling with housing, food, utilities and health care.

17 May 2022

The Salvation Army research finds 97 per cent of Australia’s most vulnerable struggling below the poverty line. Research conducted by The Salvation Army has highlighted that the most vulnerable in our society are struggling to make ends meet,...

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How your flood appeal donation will be used in devastated communities

11 March 2022

As Aussies dig deep to help those in need, Salvos will be there for the long-haul The Salvation Army is grateful so many Australians are dig...

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The Salvation Army served over 12,000 meals in flood-affected regions

2 March 2022

Salvos Flood Appeal aims to raise $10 million As damaging weather ravages the east coast of Australia and thousands of Aussies have become d...

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The Salvation Army launches Flood Appeal with $1 million contribution

1 March 2022

Salvos aim to raise $10 million to support Aussies affected in Queensland and NSW As damaging weather ravages the east coast of Australia an...

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New Salvos research finds more people struggling this Christmas

14 December 2021

83% of Australia’s hardest hit struggling to afford Christmas presents for their children, with 10.5 million Aussies (40.7%) feeling...

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The red shield goes green

25 November 2021

AGL powers Salvos national transition to rooftop solar The Salvation Army has embarked on a 15-year renewable energy partnership with AGL w...

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Mortality average of 50 years for those experiencing homelessness

2 August 2021

A third of premature deaths avoidable The Salvation Army is hoping this National Homelessness Week (August 1-7) will draw attention to the...

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Australia not a 'lucky' country for those below the poverty line

26 May 2021

Salvos' research finds 9 in 10 of Australia’s most vulnerable in housing stress. Research conducted by The Salvation Army highlighted...

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Federal Budget right to focus on women's safety

12 May 2021

The Salvation Army, which operates family and domestic violence services across Australia, welcomes the announcements in the federal budget...

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