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  • The Salvation Army's work in Australia

    The Salvation Army's work in Australia

    The Salvos began in Australia back in 1880 when a tradie stood on the back of a cart and shouted "If there's a man here who hasn't had a meal today, let him come have tea with me". Today, we're still bringing hope where it's needed most by providing meals, accommodation, counselling, financial assistance and much more to Aussies who are doing it tough. Watch Video

  • Salvo collector Christmas skit

    Salvo collector Christmas skit

    Dedicated Salvo, Joy, hit the streets with an earpiece in her ear and agreed to do everything we told her to do... We promise, no one was harmed in the making of this video - unless you count laughing too hard! Watch Video

  • Celebrating 50 years of the Outback Flying Service

    Celebrating 50 years of the Outback Flying Service

    The Salvation Army's Outback Flying Service is celebrating 50 years of ministry in the Australia Eastern Territory this year. Watch Video

  • Economic Social Impact Survey results

    Economic Social Impact Survey results

    Find out what life is like for the many Australians who come to The Salvation Army for help. Watch Video

  • Sandra's Story

    Sandra's Story

    Sandra experienced slavery for 3 years in Australia. As a survivor, she shares her story because she is passionate about ending slavery and ensuring that others do not have to experience what she did. Watch Video

We're about people finding freedom

The Salvation Army is about people finding freedom...

The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia. We pay our respect to Elders and acknowledge their continuing relationship to this land and the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia.

The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation that is committed to ensuring the wellbeing of children and young people, and protecting them from harm.

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Gifts of $2 or more to the social work of The Salvation Army in Australia are tax deductible.Details and ABNs

Hope where it's needed most