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The following stories are made possible through generous bequests to The Salvation Army.

Legacy flows from lifetime of support

Legacy flows from lifetime of support

27 September 2015

“When dad came back from the war he couldn’t speak highly enough of the Red Shield chaplains who looked after the troops. From...

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Amazing grace - I was found!

Amazing grace - I was found!

14 September 2015

George, born in Britain as the eighth child of 11, lives in the Sydney suburb of Balmain, and says with certainty that he would be 'long dea...

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A 'family' for the force

A 'family' for the force

19 February 2014

"My life really began to unravel, I was injured at work and basically I did not know how to deal with it. It was a significant injury and it...

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Oasis offers life-changing support

Oasis offers life-changing support

19 March 2013

"A lot of the young people that we work with actually live with their grandparents. They’re in a later phase of their life where they...

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Gratitude for rich life flows on to others

18 March 2013

When Joy’s* daughter spoke to Alana Parker of The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus (ACP) about her mother’s gifting of her estate...

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Technology to the community

19 August 2012

A new Salvation Army centre in Newcastle, which houses a number of services including the relocated Oasis Hunter Youth Network, has been ope...

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Essential women's service expands

Essential women's service expands

19 August 2012

The Salvation Army’s Catherine Haven centre in Broken Hill - the only crisis refuge for women and their children for at least 300km i...

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Help and hope for men in crisis

Help and hope for men in crisis

21 February 2012

“To see the emotional condition of some of the guys who come in here, I’m sure if we weren’t there to help, the suicide...

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New building, new possibilities

19 February 2012

The Salvation Army recently built 23 new units in the inner city suburb of Narrabundah (ACT), for (public) Housing ACT tenants, who are agei...

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Stabilising homeless families

Stabilising homeless families

16 February 2012

It is so sad that our service is just growing and growing. It would be lovely if we weren’t needed any longer!” - Lana Luxford...

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