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Roylene's 'ugly' black bag of hope

Roylene Conway, who leads the Barraba Salvation Army church in northern NSW, loves her community deeply. At the age of 77, most of her peers...

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Experiencing the greatest gift of all

For children in many countries around the world, Christmas is a time of great anticipation and excitement.

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Hope stories

We can all give hope where it's needed most.

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A hope that transforms

She survived breast cancer, but Sharon Thompson couldn’t avoid the perils of alcohol addiction. Lauren Martin spoke to Sharon about h...

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7 ways you can give Hope this Christmas

This Christmas, we think no-one should have to go it alone. Join us in spreading hope where it's needed most.

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Nourishing the soul through food

TV chef Zoe Bingley-Pullin spoke to us about her passion for food, healthy eating and support of the Salvos.

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Cutting through the bling

Jessica Rowe speaks candidly about her support of The Salvation Army which stems from her own battle with mental health issues.

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Bringing cheer to Chatswood's needy

Each year, Chatswood Salvation Army celebrates Christmas by running a 'Christmas Cheer' event to help disadvantaged families in the communit...

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Taking back control

Trapped in a downward spiral of domestic violence, Kate could see no way out, until she sought the help of The Salvation Army.

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Rosemary and time for hope

From youth in Kings Cross to residents in an aged care home, Rosemary says everyone is looking for the same thing at Christmas.

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