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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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Hope at the heart of Foster House

4 November 2013

“Homelessness isn’t a disease…Everyone in this room may be only a pay cheque away from being homeless.” –...

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Finding Freedom

7 October 2013

“I worked seven days a week from seven in the morning until ten at night, I had no breaks …They used to threaten me and swear...

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Stan a fan of the Salvos

30 September 2013

To help those in greatest need, New Zealand-born singer, Stan Walker threw his support behind the 2013 Salvation Army Red Shield App...

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Building community in Quambone

13 September 2013

Caption: The Quambone general store and post office is the centre of this tiny, Central NSW town. A development project two hours northwest...

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Farmsitters a godsend

12 September 2013

Caption: Peter Ridley working on Phil and Barb’s windmill Many Australians could not imagine working every day from dawn to d...

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Depth of care grows from pain

9 September 2013

“No matter where or what part of the socio-economic level you come from, you just don’t know what tomorrow may bring. I never...

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Helping forever ‘break the cycle’

2 September 2013

“We had a young girl whose parents had never worked a day in their life, and their parents had never worked. She came in at the end o...

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