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Bushfire outreach leads to firm friendship

15 October 2020

The Black Summer bushfires of 2019-2020 started as early as September 2019, and over the intense months that followed – NSW, Queensla...

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Ongoing care key to supporting bushfire recovery

15 October 2020

As the complex recovery needs of communities impacted by the Black Summer bushfires of 2019-2020 continue to be addressed by Salvation Army...

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Salvos Bushfire Recovery Team heads to Wytaliba

15 October 2020

When the tight-knit community of Wytaliba was decimated by bushfires in November 2019, the residents suffered unspeakable trauma and loss. W...

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Community input and collaboration informs Salvos bushfire support

15 October 2020

Deputy Captain Peter Heward and his crew from the Bombala Fire Station, in the Monaro region of New South Wales, were working tirelessly on...

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Beware 'easy' money in tough times

14 October 2020

They target the vulnerable, they target people on Centrelink – those who are already poor and marginalised -- and once people get one...

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What If - The General's Message

9 October 2020

General Brian Peddle is the world leader of the Salvation Army. The General's Message to the International Army I have never been drawn to h...

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Moneycare COVID-19 tips and resources

16 September 2020

The Salvation Army’s Moneycare team of financial counsellors have been working around the clock since the COVID-19 pandemic began sev...

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Salvos serve the community as COVID-19 continues to affect Australia

15 September 2020

As Australians experience a continued period of COVID-19 lockdown, quarantine and movement restrictions, concerns for their physical and men...

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Keeping mental health in mind during Coronavirus pandemic

8 September 2020

The Salvation Army has seen mental health as a key area of importance during this pandemic and has stepped up its support services for famil...

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Alcohol use increases during COVID-19

1 September 2020

With people spending significantly more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, alarming new trends are starting to emerge – causi...

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