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How did the Red Shield Appeal start?

30 August 2018

History of the Red Shield Appeal Before the first ever Australian dooknock campaign, The Salvation Army gathered funds for its social services with a “Self Denial Appeal”. Uniformed officers would collect funds night after night as part...

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Frequently Asked Questions

7 April 2017

Can I bring my friends or volunteer as a group? Yes, the more the merrier! See our info on how you...

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