More than 40,000 gifts left under the Kmart Wishing Tree helped make Christmas special for thousands of families last year.
New Zealanders donated 674 trolleys full of food for the Countdown Christmas Food Rescue Appeal. Countdown stores kick-started the appeal by each donating a wrapped trolley worth $500, more than $90,000 nationally.
New Zealand has gone off track in key social areas and needs government to urgently address failing social policies, The Salvation Army says in its latest State of Nation report.
A challenge for Salvationists to adapt their approach so God’s message makes sense to those ‘who desperately need Jesus Christ’.
Paint company Resene and generous New Zealanders will be brightening the homes and lives of thousands this month.
Major Campbell Roberts says being shortlisted for New Zealander of the Year is a recognition of The Salvation Army and its good work.
The Salvation Army was recently recognised with a prestigious international advertising award. The ‘Falling’ Red Shield Appeal advert won a Gold Davey Award for best not-for-profit commercial.
Parents struggling to pay for their children’s back to school costs will get more than $70,000 dollars of help this year thanks to generous Warehouse Stationery customers.
Local Schools collected over 67,000 cans to help people in need at Christmas through the inaugural Wattie’s Cans for Good campaign.