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Salvation Army aged care maintains connections for residents

3 June 2020

While the measures taken to restrict the spread of COVID-19 have been imposed to protect vulnerable older members of the community, it has also led to greater isolation, a disconnect from families and, for some, increased anxiety. Working to minimise...

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Australian Governor-General David Hurley shares his support for the Red Shield Appeal

29 May 2020

His Excellency, David Hurley the current Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, has lent his support to this year's Red Shield...

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The House That Drought Built

26 May 2020

Despite recent good rains in many parts of NSW, the impact of prolonged drought is still being felt across the state. Salvation Army rural c...

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Prime Minister lends his support to the Red Shield Appeal 2020

23 May 2020

The Hon Scott Morrison MP, Prime Minister of Australia, has delivered an impassioned appeal, asking all those who can, to support The Salva...

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Salvos schools adapt to online education

21 May 2020

Like all schools across the country, The Salvation Army’s alternative schools in Queensland and NSW had to swiftly adapt their curric...

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Easing restrictions see some Salvos Stores re-open

18 May 2020

As coronavirus restrictions start to ease across Australia, Salvos Stores is re-opening at several locations under strict social distancing...

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National Volunteer Week 2020

15 May 2020

As we mark National Volunteer Week 2020 from 18-24 May, we celebrate the invaluable contribution that volunteers have made across Australia

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Kidzone to the rescue during lockdown

27 April 2020

Lockdown doesn’t have to spell the end of learning and fun. If you're looking for exciting ways to keep the kids entertained (and get s...

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Beware 'easy' money in tough times

26 April 2020

“They target the vulnerable, they target people on Centrelink – those who are already poor and marginalised -- and once people...

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