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Celebrating our volunteers this National Volunteer Week

20 May 2022

This week is National Volunteer Week, and with the theme for 2022 being ‘Better Together’, this is an opportunity to celebrate the incredible impact volunteers make in bringing people together, connecting with their community and helpin...

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Mother and son help displaced Ukrainians

5 May 2022

Irina, Oleg and family While many people prepare to honour their mothers this Mother’s Day, Salvos around the world continue to supp...

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A time for reflection

22 April 2022

On Anzac Day, we stop to remember, reflect on and pay our respects to Australians who fought for us, honour returned servicemen and women, a...

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On track for a brighter future

14 April 2022

When 21-year old Zanthe* first came to the Salvos youth services, she had been caught up in a cycle of homelessness and substance abuse. But...

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Ongoing Salvos support for flood-affected towns

1 April 2022

With evacuation centres reopening in parts of northern NSW after a second inundation of flood waters, so many of those affected are feeling...

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Salvation Army leaders share reminder of hope after hardship

29 March 2022

Commissioners Janine and Robert Donaldson, The Salvation Army’s Australian leaders, encourage you to find a path that leads towards...

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Easter - the power of hope and redemption

15 March 2022

When asked about his journey so far, Edward says his story is like the story of Easter, which is 'all about redemption'.

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Francis and his path to hope

15 March 2022

Francis’ childhood was filled with fear and trauma, which flowed into years of crime and addiction. He knew there must be another way...

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Ava's life transforms with hope

15 March 2022

In one very dark year, Ava* lost everything that mattered to her, but then she found the path to hope. When Ava formed a relationship with G...

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