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Publications and Resources

The Salvation Army produces a range of publications which share stories of hope and explore issues facing people in Australia and around the world.

Salvos Magazine

Exploring issues of faith and culture, Warcry offers stories of community and political issues, entertainment, sport and the internet to challenge, inform and encourage its readers.

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Kidzone is a weekly magazine that aims to introduce children  to Christian concepts in a way that is fun, relevant and informative. Full of stories, games, competitions, recipes, craft, reviews and articles, kids everywhere love Kidzone.

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Others Magazine

Others magazine is the The Salvation Army's national internal magazine. Others magazine is the central point for Salvationists, employees, soldiers and volunteers. Others exists to connect Salvos across Australia in mission.

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On The Street

Our supporter newsletter is filled with stories of hope from people whose lives have been changed with the help of The Salvation Army.

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Books and DVDs

The Salvos have published a range of books, audio books and DVD’s for people of all ages. Find books on Salvation Army history, theology, music and spiritual growth.

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Salvos Radio

Light and Life is a weekly radio show featuring stories of hope from everyday Australians, and exploring matters of faith and culture.  

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Latest publications

Making Ends Meet report

26 May 2021

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. People who accessed our Emergency Relief services were...

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Salvation Army continues to support people affected by 2019 Townsville flooding

7 January 2021

The Salvation has released a progress report on its recovery work in Townsville, 18 months on from the monsoonal flooding that devastated pa...

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2020 Impact Report

9 September 2020

Measuring our social impact is not as simple as counting the number of meals dispensed or hours of emergency relief provided – it...

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Outcomes Measurement report

21 July 2020

This report summarises the early journey of outcomes measurement implementation for The Salvation Army Australia and provides the backbone t...

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Bushfire Disaster Appeal Report released

27 April 2020

The Salvation Army has released a six-month Disaster Appeal Report, outlining its ongoing recovery work in areas of Australia affected by de...

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2019 Annual Report

12 December 2019

This Annual Report highlights the lives transformed through the work of The Salvation Army Australia in the 2018/19 financial year.

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2018 Annual Report

19 March 2019

The Annual Report highlights the lives transformed through the work of The Salvation Army in the 2017/18 financial year.

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2018 Impact Report

30 October 2018

The Impact report reveals how, with your support, we are empowering the vulnerable, here and overseas, to prosper financially, socially and...

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Wills & Bequest Updates

20 June 2018

Bequests or Gifts in Wills make a significant difference to the work that The Salvation Army is able to do in the community. We publish a br...

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The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia. We pay our respect to Elders and acknowledge their continuing relationship to this land and the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia.

The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation that is committed to ensuring the wellbeing of children and young people, and protecting them from harm.

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