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Ollie Seumanufaga

Helping people along their journey

Ollie Seumanufagai is the service manager for The Salvation Army Hope Centre in Newtown, Wellington.

Kelly Martin

Getting people into jobs

Kelly Martin is National Employment Manager for The Salvation Army Education and Employment.

Catherine Turner

Part of the journey toward a life in recovery.

Catherine Turner is the director of Addiction Services for the Wellington and Central referral region.

Terry Murray

Working for my community

Terry loves working with people and having a job that gives back to the community.

Jenny collecting for Red Shield Appeal

Choosing to take positive actions

With help from The Salvation Army, Kiwis like Jenny and her children can take positive steps toward a brighter future.

Destiny Toopi

Confidence and courage

A shy teen found her destiny when she entered a Salvation Army Education and Employment centre.

Murray and his great-grandson

It's all about family

Every day, people like Murray and his family come to us for assistance to overcome substantial budget challenges and make lasting changes to their lives.

Nicky and her family

Bringing Christmas home

The end of the year can be a dark and desolate time when you have little or no disposable income to provide Christmas for your children.

Ratree and Clifton

Keeping the family intact

Living in poverty puts intense and relentless pressures on couples and many relationships don’t survive the strain.