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Support builds stability after escape from violence

24 November 2021

Written by Holly Reed The Salvos in Australia annually assist around 5800 women and children, at risk of, or experiencing, domestic and family violence (DFV)*. To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women 2021, Bams sha...

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Tech threats impact family violence victims

24 November 2021

ach year The Salvation Army in Australia assists at least 5800 women and children experiencing family and domestic violence.

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Specialist Salvos chaplain supporting women in crisis and beyond

24 November 2021

The Salvation Army will be among the millions who observe the annual United Nations Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25...

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Keeping mental health in mind during Coronavirus pandemic - One year on

2 September 2021

The Salvation Army is working hard to maintain connections and support Australians through current COVID-19 restrictions. From mental and fi...

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From despair to hope in COVID times

27 July 2021

The containment response to the COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious impact on the hospitality industry, forcing thousands of people out of w...

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Art reflects Tanita's heart for Country

4 July 2021

NAIDOC Week (4-11 July) highlights Indigenous identity and culture and the need to protect Country – lands, waters and sacred sites....

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The theme of NAIDOC Week is 'Heal Country'

4 July 2021

Townsville-based Christopher Congoo is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Coordinator for The Salvation Army. Among many i...

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Gift in Wills helped Peter stay on top of his money

1 July 2021

COVID-19 has increased, more than ever before, the financial pressures many households were already under. Business closures and city-wide l...

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Art that heals

22 June 2021

Melanie Jai embraced art to help her move towards healing. She is now helping others do the same. The accomplished Sydney-based artist was a...

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