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.
It was a bittersweet occasion—with plenty of laughter and tears—as Commissioners Robert and Janine Donaldson were farewelled for overseas service by family and friends.
What better time to commission officers with the sessional name of ‘Joyful Intercessors’ than Advent!
A new Salvation Army report says changes must be made to how prisoners re-enter society for New Zealanders to feel safe and secure in their homes and communities.
Following the August launch of a charity partnership between OCS and The Salvation Army in New Zealand, the facilities management specialists have been supporting The Salvation Army’s recent fundraising initiatives.
After a magnitude 7.8 earthquake early on 14 November The Salvation Army has been providing support for those affected.
Last Saturday (19th November) 200 Kraft Heinz staff from Hastings volunteered their time in partnership with Stop Hunger Now and The Salvation Army to help fight hunger.