The Salvation Army has sent 10 counsellors and social workers to Christchurch to help residents traumatised by Saturday’s quake and its aftershocks.
The Salvation Army is putting a fresh team into Christchurch to assess and respond to the mid-term need of residents affected by Saturday’s earthquake.
The Salvation Army in Christchurch last night cared for more than 400 Cantabrians made homeless following Saturday’s 7.1 magnitude earthquake.
Salvation Army emergency services in New Zealand are providing practical support and comfort after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the central South Island on 4 September. Aftershocks continue to rattle residents.
Westpac announces Salvation Army as partners in $1 million Westpac Canterbury Care Fund.
Salvation Army gearing-up to provide for the welfare needs of quake victims.
Salvation Army anticipates significant welfare work ahead as crisis unfolds.
Despite a modest fall in the amount New Zealanders spent on gambling last year, demand for Salvation Army problem gambling treatment services jumped 16 per cent.
The Salvation Army is disappointed at changes to alcohol legislation announced by Government on 23 August, which seriously compromise any real reform of New Zealand’s appalling and costly drinking culture.