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Stories of how The Salvation Army and its many corporate supporters are helping to make a difference in the lives of Kiwis in communities throughout New Zealand.

Thousands raised for struggling parents

18 Dec | 2017

Parents struggling with back to school costs have been given a boost of more than $60,000 by generous Warehouse Stationery customers. 

Breakthrough for rebuilding families

30 Aug | 2017

Fathers and children breaking the cycle of family violence have received a more than $600,000 boost.

Crown’s Child Sponsorship Changed Lives

15 Aug | 2017

A child whose mum died then his house burned down was among those in the Pacific given a brighter future by Crown Worldwide NZ Ltd.

New Zealand help thousands of families clean-up

1 Aug | 2017

Thousands of Kiwis have been supported with donations of toiletries and household cleaning products thanks to Colgate Palmolive, and Countdown customers.

Countdown donation extends Whangarei foodbank hours

24 Jul | 2017

The Salvation Army’s Whangarei foodbank is set to open an extra day each week thanks to a $15,000 donation from Countdown.

Dollar donations help teens aspire

21 Jul | 2017

A dollar donation from New Zealand shoppers will has raised almost $90,000 to help almost 100 at-risk teens get support to aspire to bigger things.

community ministries workers with donated backpacks from smith and smith

Smith and Smith give back...packs

20 Jun | 2017

Students in the Rotorua area who have to change schools during the year are being helped to make the transition with 100 backpacks.

A cup with 'The Salvation Army' wording on it amongst cafe food items

A seriously good cup of coffee

25 May | 2017

A new takeaway coffee cup is not only good for the environment, but is helping The Salvation Army do good for Kiwis.

Staff from Nelson Community Ministries are loving donations from the Foodbank Project

Demand helps online foodbank expand

7 Apr | 2017

The country’s first online foodbank is expanding again to meet growing demand after reaching more than a quarter of a million dollars in donations.

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