The Watties Can’s Film Festival celebrates a milestone this year, with Kiwis once again giving a can to see a movie and support people in need.
Over 220 people turned out to sleep rough and support homeless Kiwis for The Salvation Army’s inaugural 14 Hours Homeless event.
Latest education and training figures suggest Government cut education programmes for at-risk youth even as unemployment increased.
The Government has indicated it may sell some State housing resources to non-government providers.
In October, HealthPost has selected us as recipient of their 'Better World Donation Programme'.
Staff at NZCU Baywide branches nationwide have shown a ‘Can Do’ attitude, collecting close to 10,000 cans for Salvation Army food banks.
The Salvation Army is pleased PM John Key has indicated his newly elected Government will give greater emphasis to tackling Child Poverty.
This year on World Homeless Day, teams from The Salvation Army and its partners will take to the street to help tackle this urgent, but often invisible tragedy.
Colonels Willis and Barbara Howell, were welcomed as the new Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries with a mihi whakatau at Territorial Headquarters (THQ) on 9 September.