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Maria's passion to build understanding and engagement

1 July 2022

In the months leading up to NAIDOC Week 2022, Maria – The Salvation Army’s first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Coordinator for the South Australia/Northern Territory Division – participated in a 13-day ‘...

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Dignity and care at heart of AOD service

14 June 2022

“Hope is like oxygen to the soul” Captain Brad Whittle, manager at The Salvation Army’s Townsville Recovery Services, Q...

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Salvos case worker's story of domestic violence

31 May 2022

Those who work for, or are involved with The Salvation Army, are acutely aware that a crisis can happen to anybody, at any time. And it is t...

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Engaging in the 'relay' of reconciliation and justice

25 May 2022

Mary and others on the 2021 Reconciliation Trek Mary Yarran sees the National Reconciliation Week 2022 theme – ‘Be brave. Make...

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Strengthening young lives with cultural mentoring

25 May 2022

This year, the theme for National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June*) is Be Brave. Make Change. The Salvation Army Aboriginal and...

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Celebrating our volunteers this National Volunteer Week

20 May 2022

This National Volunteer Week we celebrated the incredible impact volunteers make in bringing people together, connecting with their communit...

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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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