Hundreds of Salvationists and Salvation Army supporters hit the streets last month for the annual Red Shield Appeal street collection.
Representative church leaders ask for more action in immigration, housing and social investment.
It’s a hefty goal to end poverty over breakfast, but business and community leaders were ready to play their part.
Salvationists were at the Wellington Gay Pride Festival in March as part of a ‘Faith Communities United in Love’ group with Presbyterians, Anglicans and Quakers.
The Salvation Army is calling on Kiwis to end poverty in New Zealand with its annual Red Shield Appeal.
A youth worker’s transformation and passion to give back was honoured with a national award.
The Salvation Army is offering people the chance to enlist for an hour or more to support its fight to help vulnerable New Zealanders.
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’.