The Salvation Army prides itself on creating relationships of mutual benefit, forming partnerships with corporations to alleviate human suffering, and giving real hope to those in need.
The work of The Salvation Army is made possible through the wide range of partnerships that exist at all levels of the community.
We consider our partners to be all levels of government, corporate entities that provide professional service and financial support, as well as individuals and groups who support our work.
For more information to see how your business can get involved with The Salvation Army in Western Australia, contact Keira McConkey, Business Development Representative
(08) 9260 9513 Click here to e-mail
Opportunities in a Partnership
Aside from being associated with Australia's leading charity with a 98% acceptance and recognition rate with all adult Australians, your business will also benefit from:
- increased staff morale as a result of positive community involvement
- volunteer opportunities for all employees
- staff engagement through guest speakers from The Salvation Army and access to client stories for internal publications
- use of The Salvation Army logo on related marketing collateral
- your logo to feature on The Salvation Army website
- access to The Salvation Army's social media for promotional opportunities
- invitation to various functions
- access to counselling for employees in need of assistance.
How do Partnerships help?
By forming a partnership with The Salvation Army;
- you will bring your skills, expertise, enthusiasm and new ideas to continue our work
- you allow up to help more clients by helping us in the running of programs
- you increase public awareness of The Salvation Army
- you help ensure cost effective services.
Just a few of our current corporate partners...
For a full list of all our partners in Western Australia, check out our current 2017_Annual_Report and head to the last pages
In 2013 REIWA created their Community REInvest program and set up a partnership with The Salvation Army in order to help us tackle homelessness throughout WA.
Through Community REInvest, REIWA's members (real estate agents and property managers) who have signed up to the initiative, assist in providing support to help our organisation continue our vital services in WA, particularly in response to homelessness, through their financial support and volunteering.
The Salvation Army wishes to acknowledge the current Community REinvest sponsors:
- ACTON Victoria Park
- Airey Real Estate
- Airey Real Estate, Subiaco
- Avanti Residential
- Burswood Peninsula Real Estate
- Capital Property Advisory
- Caporn Young Estate Agents, Applecross
- Caporn Young Estate Agents, Claremont
- Caporn Young Estate Agents, Fremantle
- Centro Estates
- Colleen Gandini Residential
- Dethridge GROVES Real Estate
- First National Real Estate Druitt & Shead
- Gray & Co. Realty
- Harveys Real Estate
- Heart Real Estate
- HKY Real Estate
- Jennie Bryant Realty
- Joyce Property Investments
- Landwest Estate Agency
- Momentum Wealth
- Naked! Real Estate
- Northbridge Sales and Leasing Pty Ltd
- O'Rourke Realty Investments
- PLG Realty
- Ray White Uxcel
- Rentwest Solutions
- Roleystone Real Estate
- SABRE Real Estate
- Shelmark Real Estate
- Space Real Estate
- Tully Real Estate
- Zion Real Estate
REIWA is also a founding partner of The Beacon, our shining light in the Northbridge area, which provides support and accomodation to the homeless in Perth.
The Salvation Army is proud to be a Community Partner of Perth Arena. We receive unclaimed lost property after a certain time frame, as well as receive support through other initiatives such as the Red Shield Appeal.
Dale Alcock Homes has supported The Salvation Army's Harry Hunter Rehabilitation Centre by substantially reducing costs to build four new units for female residents and will complete a major renovation to the men's accommodation this year. Dale Alcock Homes have also recently provided funding for the Garden of Hope at Harry Hunter Rehabilitation centre, a community garden space that provides opportunities for education, work therapy, and to integrate Salvation Army clients back in to the local community.
The Theodore and Isabella Wearne Charitable Trust (Inc)
Since 1997, The Wearne Charitable Trust has provided funds for The Salvation Army to administer a White Goods Scheme and assist those who can not afford necessary items such as washing machines and refrigerators having no other options open to them. This scheme is open to all agencies across Western Australia to access for families and individuals who are in desperate circumstances. The Theodore and Isabella Wearne Charitable Trust has for many years assisted those most vulnerable in our community in line with the intent of its existence. This program continues to provide essential support to over 70 families each year to the value of over $40,000 and is a valued partner of The Salvation Army as we have common intentions and motivations in supporting those in our community who are highly marginalised.
Lavan Legal provides us with a vehicle for our daily soup run in Perth's CBD. The Salvation Army is also thankful for the Lavan Legal Christmas Kombi, collecting food donations to give to those less fortunate at Christmas.
Karrinyup Centre are long standing supporters of The Salvation Army. From the Shed Your Winter Coat Appeal, to the Santa Stocking Appeal, Karrinyup Centre are enabling us to help more disadvantaged people around Western Australia.
Every year Crown Perth provide much needed funding to The Salvation Army's Red Shield Appeal and emergency relief appeals. Crown Perth employees are also actively engaged with The Salvation Army, collecting for the Red Shield Appeal and coordinating a collection for the Easter Appeal.
With the support of Occumed, The Salvation Army’s provide a Health and Well-being Programme designed to be integrated in to the services offered to the homeless in Western Australia. Through a range of sporting and leisure activities, the programme increases motivation and self esteem within the clients, resulting in enhanced participation in their rehabilitation process.
The Red Shield Appeal is The Salvation Army's annual fundraising campaign that enables us to provide hope and support to more than one million Australians every year. Austereo is a generous supporter of the appeal, providing local and national advertising space.
Every year The City of Bayswater hold a golf day, with proceeds going to The Salvation Army in Morley.
Printforce provides the corporate community with the opportunity to support The Salvation Army while spreading Christmas cheer, with part proceedsfrom every card being donated to The Red Shield Appeal.
Solid Gold are a long standing supporter of The Salvation Army's work with domestic violence in Western Australia.
The Salvation Army's Kwinana Men's Shed Program is proudly supported by Mineral resources. The program is a pivotal part of the Rockingham and Kwinana community, encouraging men to build new relationships and explore individual worth, confidence and a healthy, positive lifestyle. The Program provides support through a variety of social activities, health seminars, walking groups and woodwork activities.
The Salvation Army's Beyond The Classroom school education program is proudly supported by Bendigo Bank. The program is offered to all schools across Western Australia, educating students about social welfare issues in the Australian community and encouraging them to be involved. Over the past twelve months the Beyond The Classroom program connected with over 2,000 primary and secondary students in Western Australia and as a result, 33 schools raised over $34,000 for The Red Shield Appeal. Together, Bendigo Bank and The Salvation army are focused on delivering an education program that encourages students to be active in supporting their local communities.
The West Australian is The Salvation Army's local media partner, providing advertising space to support all major appeals throughout the year including the Red Shield Appeal and the Christmas Appeal.