‘Even before I really knew about Jesus, I knew [The Salvation Army] was something different—a safe place.’
From searching in all the wrong places for somewhere to belong, I now truly belonged to a real family—God’s family.
Abuse and violence as the partner of a gang member stripped Pania of her identity, but God gave her a brand new one.
Katie remembers exactly when she lost her faith, and was swept up into the dark world of drugs.
Ondray Moir's gambling addiction took him down a dark, destructive path. Today, Ondray is sharing hope with others.
Holly chose to break the cycle of bad parenting and bad choices.
‘When we first came here, we were surprised that The Salvation Army genuinely cared and that’s hard to find'.
Having supportive people around her has helped Keri raise her self-esteem and added some security to her and her children’s lives.
Ayesha left school with no NCEA credits but is now in her final year of a Bachelor of Nursing.