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Doorways to freedom

21 February 2014

An innovative holistic welfare model known as “Doorways” has been developed by The Salvation Army to help long-term clients br...

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Passion to grow future leaders

19 February 2014

“I spent years of my life hiding who I really was because I was so ashamed of my past. I was scared that no-one would like me or peop...

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A 'family' for the force

19 February 2014

"My life really began to unravel, I was injured at work and basically I did not know how to deal with it. It was a significant injury and it...

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A million thanks to no-interest loans

14 February 2014

A Salvos no-interest loan scheme (NILS) has given out $1 million to disadvantaged Australians for essential goods and services since it bega...

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Salvos response long-term

16 December 2013

“Long after the fires are gone and the smoke has cleared, The Salvation Army will still be in these communities, standing side-by-sid...

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Salvation Army on hand at the firefront

16 December 2013

“Our officers and volunteers provided emergency assistance with meals, hot and cold beverages, as well as a listening ear to so many...

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Miracle of love

9 December 2013

Leah is committed to bringing hope to young lives. “I think a lot of people are scared about kids being damaged and worry that they c...

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Christmas gifts up in flames

6 December 2013

Caption: The Murdoch family, who were affected by bushfires near Coonabarabran  “[A friend’s wife] had called and...

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Investing in the lives of others

2 December 2013

After driving his own taxi for 30 years, then retiring at the age of 74, Dennis Wyndham began volunteering at The Salvation Army’s Pa...

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Compassion for Christmas

2 December 2013

“It is so wonderful to be able to say to our clients, you just concentrate on keeping your bills paid and we’ll organise Chris...

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