Christchurch was hit by a huge earthquake on Tuesday 22 February, causing deaths and widespread destruction.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), in partnership with The Salvation Army, raised more than $26,000 to send disadvantaged families on holidays as part of the nationwide Give a Family a Break initiative.
The Salvation Army’s fourth State of the Nation report suggests that New Zealand’s social progress in recent years has ground to a halt.
International Communications Secretary Lieut-Colonel Laurie Robertson interviews General-Elect Commissioner Linda Bond, who becomes The Salvation Army’s 19th General—in succession to General Shaw Clifton—on 2 April.
The Salvation Army’s 2010 Annual Report for the New Zealand Fiji and Tonga Territory is a comprehensive overview of The Salvation Army and its work in our communities.
Tertiary education funding policy is failing the young and most disadvantaged unemployed people, contributing to the widening gap between the haves and have-nots, The Salvation Army says.
Christchurch streets carry the scars of the 7.1 magnitude quake that struck on 4 September, but The Salvation Army says the real damage is the ongoing anguish, the uncertainty and the residue of fear faced by thousands of families.
For the third year in a row The Salvation Army’s It’s a Wrap Christmas CD has reached the equivalent of platinum status, selling more than 15,000 CDs since its launch on November 22.
In 2010, The Salvation Army New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory was blessed with the most cadets in training since 1983.