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Kindness goes a long way during Christmas

7 October 2022

In reality, Christmas can be a stressful and lonely time for many people. Salvation Army worker and volunteer, Danny, is supporting others this Christmas, “For me, life is all about trying to give a little bit of connection and hope to others...

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I was embarrassed by my homelessness

7 October 2022

This is a story about Justin, who went from working in management to years of homelessness – often living rough on the streets and sh...

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History of Salvos court and prison ministry

6 October 2022

When General William Booth, co-founder of The Salvation Army, in his famous ‘I’ll fight’ speech in London, said, ȁ...

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Gift helps Central Coast youth kick life goals

1 August 2022

A generous legacy from the Richard and Ruth Wilson Charitable Foundation helps The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth centre in Wyong conti...

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Beware of BNPL loans in times of hardship, Salvos warn

20 July 2022

The Salvation Army’s financial counselling service, Moneycare, is now seeing more and more people reaching out for help to manage BNPL...

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CareerTrackers building bright future with the Salvos

7 July 2022

Late last year, The Salvation Army, in partnership with the CareerTrackers* Indigenous Internship program, offered roles to four intern...

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Salvos supporting flood-impacted communities in NSW

5 July 2022

“Nothing happens in The Salvation Army without volunteers putting their lives on hold to help those in need,” says Norm Archer...

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Music therapy: a healing space for kids

5 July 2022

The Salvation Army is now delivering the Sing&Grow program, helping children heal after trauma by providing a safe space for them to pro...

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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 Engagem...

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