Ondray Moir's gambling addiction took him down a dark, destructive path. Today, Ondray is sharing hope with others.
We work to bring hope to New Zealanders in need. But we can’t do this alone.
In 30 years of officership, Colonel Barbara Howell has learnt that she wants to live with a grateful heart, and eyes wide open to God’s goodness.
The 2016 edition of The Salvation Army Year Book is now available to purchase as an e-book.
Homeless Baby Boomers: The latest report from the Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit looks at the issue of housing baby boomers in their retirement.
Bring your alcohol, drug use or problem gambling under control.
Training and work placement.
Short and long-term to meet a range of needs.
If you need shelter and help to get life back on track, our supportive accommodation can help.
Too good to throw away? Give it to the Sallies!
Our current appeals to help those in need in your community.
Build team spirit and generate goodwill by partnering with us.
The immensely popular Salvation Army Institutes, set up in New Zealand Army camps during World War I, were places where soldiers could find both solace and a ‘gladsome song’.