The Salvation Army readies itself to pray for victims of human trafficking on 27 September.
Barbara Howell will take a leap of faith when she bungy jumps off the Auckland Harbour Bridge to support officers in Papua New Guinea
A spring celebration of the community will be part of efforts to tackle problem gambling over the next month.
A collaboration between The Salvation Army and Variety aims to help young people succeed in education and employment.
The Education and Employment Community Driver Mentor Programme in Christchurch won the inaugural Community Initiative of the Year category at the 2015 Deloitte Energy Excellent Awards.
For 19 people in West Auckland, home is living and sleeping on the streets of Waitakere. Their story and the circumstances of their life is captured in the latest report of The Salvation Army, “Hard Times”.
Can you help fact check timelines of Salvation Army activities since we started in New Zealand in 1883?
The High Court has upheld the Problem Gambling Foundation’s application for judicial review.
Food company Goodman Fielder this week delivered its 500,000th loaf of bread to Salvation Army food banks – enough bread to stretch from Wellington to Bulls if laid end-to-end.