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Disaster doesn't discriminate, and neither does debt

...first time. “Nobody knew we were about to suffer the double blow of bushfires then the coronavirus. But just as we’ve done in the past and we’ll do again in the future, the Salvos...

Kindness rules in time of uncertainty

...Australians grapple to keep up with changes to home, work and community life as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, The Salvation Army across the country is also facing challenges to its practices...

Easing restrictions see some Salvos Stores re-open

...As coronavirus restrictions start to ease across Australia, Salvos Stores is re-opening at several locations under strict social distancing restrictions. Opening doors at an initial 78 locations across...

Salvos step up support as Melbourne lockdown is reinstated

...Government announced and implemented hard lockdown at the estates due to the high rate of recorded coronavirus infections, The Salvation Army was asked to help with the coordination of support in the towers...

Drawing back the curtain on unemployment and poverty

...worked with people who had less than $17 a day left after they had paid for housing. When the Coronavirus Supplement first came in, they told us about being able to afford medication, eating fresh fruit...

Socially distant but still connecting

...Shaun Leane has announced that the commercial sized kitchens should be put to good use during the coronavirus emergency. The Salvation Army is one of a number of charities that will be working with the Victorian...

Ongoing care key to supporting bushfire recovery

...especially tough on Gaile and the Cobargo community. “We are only a small village and the coronavirus has separated us,” says Gaile. “Before that, we were recovering quite well and all...

Choose to challenge

...of gender bias. There is still a significant way to go in achieving gender equity. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the World Economic Forum predicted that, at current rates of progress, it will take 257...

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