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.
Roy Carley—better known as ‘Cowboy’—has always been a drifter, living hard and drinking even harder. But at The Salvation Army, he finally found a home.
Excitement is building in the lead-up to The Salvation Army’s 150th anniversary international congress, Boundless – The Whole World Redeeming
A Mountain All Can Climb: The 2015 State of the Nation report.
The first recorded Salvation Army thrift shop in New Zealand was operating at the Addington Men's Home, Christchurch in 1964. Several other shops quickly followed in the Christchurch region.