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Journeying with our farmers, whatever the distance

Journeying with our farmers, whatever the distance

9 August 2018

While farmers and their communities are facing some of the worst droughts they've ever experienced, Salvo rural chaplains are on the ground, offering practical and emotional support....

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Drought Community Support Initiative

Drought Community Support Initiative

8 August 2018

The Salvation Army is working together with St Vincent de Paul Society to deliver the Drought Community Support Initiative (DCSI) for eligib...

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Dig deep to support our farmers

Dig deep to support our farmers

6 August 2018

The Salvation Army is urging the Australian public to support relief efforts for drought-stricken farmers who are battling the worst drought...

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The Salvation Army is supporting Farmers and communities affected by drought

The Salvation Army is supporting Farmers and communities affected by drought

3 August 2018

How to access help and provide financial gifts to farmers affected by the drought. ...

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