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The Salvation Army has a number of opportunites for primary and secondary school students to get involved.

Whether it be participating in a workshop or presentation, volunteering their time, or fundraising, students will gain a greater understanding of issues facing thousands of South Australians every day.

Salvos' School Red Day

Salvos' School Red Day is a fantastic way for school students of all ages to be introduced to social justice issues in their local community. The knowledge gained will empower the next generation to consider the impact social justice issues have on our local community.

A Salvos' School Red Day involves a Salvos' School Speaker presenting at your school on issues such as youth homelessness and social justice matters that are age appropriate and relate to the local Adelaide community.

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Red Day Letter

Red Day Bunting

Red Day Poster

Salvos' School Presentations

We engage with young people by offering programs and workshops to students in both primary and high schools to raise their awareness of social justice issues and the work of The Salvation Army.

The programs and workshops will empower the next generation to consider the impact social justice issues have on our local community.

Primary Schools
A Salvos' School Speaker can attend your school and give a short presentation based on a Level 1 reader. The students are also engaged in a fun and interactive role playing activity.

Our representative can also present on issues such as youth homelessness and social justice matters that are age appropriate and relate to the local Adelaide community.

High Schools
A Salvos' School Speaker can attend your school and deliver a presentation that evokes discussion and interaction to increase young people's understanding of the complexitites of youth homelessness. In addition, the social work of The Salvation Army is explored.

High Schools that raise $500 or more are invited to attend a unuique and specialised Salvos' City School Tour experience. The tour is an interactive and unique city experience that relates to the Year 10 Citizenship Capabilities of their Personal Learn Plan (PLP).

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Salvos' School Challenge

The Salvos' School Challenge (SSC) empowers students to support the vital work of The Salvation Army through fundraising for the Red Shield Appeal.

Students can take part in the annual Red Shield Appeal by doorknocking for two to three hours in their local area. This is an excellent opportunity for students to interact with members of the local community and it's heaps of fun! Students can also choose to plan, organise and stage their own unique fundraising event. Groups are encouraged to be as creative as possible.

The funds raised through the Red Shield Appeal enable The Salvation Army to be there for people in need each and every day. Whether assisting people devastated by natural disasters, handing out a blanket and warm food to someone living on the streets, or helping someone transform their life, the Salvos want to help.

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Download the resources

Salvos' School Challenge Letter

School Challenge Poster

Fundraising Ideas Poster

Curriculum Resources

We have a number of curriculum resources available to you. 

Resources

Contact

For all enquiries and bookings, please register via our online form:

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