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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 special guest at the 2021 Red Shield Appeal launch in Sydney, where she donated one of her stunning artworks...

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Salvos continue to help in storm-ravaged areas

18 June 2021

The impact of the wild weather that battered Victoria on 9 June continues to be felt by affected communities. The Salvation Army Emergency S...

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Support remains on standby across Victoria

11 June 2021

After torrential winds and flooding caused mass outages and evacuation across Victoria, Salvos across the state have stepped up to support t...

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Thank a First Responder Day

3 June 2021

Join communities around Australia, on Wednesday 9 June, to say thank you to the first responders who do so much to protect and care for our...

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Vision for healing and reconciliation grows

28 May 2021

At Bellarine Peninsula Salvos, on Wathaurong Country, reconciliation is at the heart of the vision for the local community.

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Reconciliation takes action

27 May 2021

Shirli Congoo, Salvos GM of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team, shares some ways all Australians can all take action and make an...

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'Four Million Dollar Man' hangs up his collection box

24 May 2021

Alan Jessop began collecting for The Salvation Army at the Canberra Centre 32 years ago. Known as the ‘Four Million Dollar Man’...

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Salvos helping combat growing veteran homelessness

20 April 2021

As we commemorate Anzac Day, the sad reality is more than 5500 Australian ex-service personnel may have experienced homelessness in the last...

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Salvos provide cyclone support

13 April 2021

Teams on the ground in Western Australia The Salvation Army is in action in cyclone-affected Western Australia, providing meals to first-re...

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