Excited Tongan Salvationists welcomed the first visit of a Salvation Army General to their country, for the Tonga Region’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
Warehouse Stationery customers have donated almost $63,000 to The Salvation Army’s Aspire Programme, enabling more than 60 at risk young people in six communities nationwide to attend a year-long youth development programme.
Local pie company Dad’s Pies Ltd was recognised today for its generous and long-standing support of Kiwis in need through its product donations to The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is in the final stages of selling its HomeCare branches in Auckland, Waikato and Rotorua to the Christian social service provider VisionWest Community Trust.
The Salvation Army is gravely concerned that the depth and breadth of poverty currently in the spotlight is becoming seen as inevitable, normal and permanent.
Charity and business join forces on a mentoring programme to help at-risk Kiwi youth.
In the past few days, the Government and a government agency have made statements saying MSD officials accompanied Salvation Army personnel to visit homeless people. These statements are incorrect.
The Salvation Army joined other Wellington faith communities in an inter-faith service for the Rainbow community and allies.
This year marks the fifth anniversary of Fonterra Brands New Zealand supporting The Salvation Army through donations of dairy products for its foodbanks and helping with Christmas foodbank drives.