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.
Several hundred people joined a rally in South Auckland yesterday calling for comprehensive changes to New Zealand’s alcohol laws.
Report on social housing a solid start in solving the affordable housing shortage.
Four years ago, Tawa Corps took a strategic look at themselves and said ‘Okay, what strengths do we have and how can we use them?'
Solution found for Whatman families. Centre will continue under new ownership.
Some nine months after a tsunami devastated parts of Samoa, The Salvation Army has just sent its last volunteer construction team to help rebuild the country’s worst-hit areas.