Food, games, information stalls and a photo competition will be part of a whānau day encouraging people in Papakura to tackle problem gambling on Saturday 20 September.
The North Shore Korean Corps Plant is growing nicely in Glenfield.
Community Finance scheme provides affordable alternative to loan sharks.
Voter videos launched to help people understand more about key social issues before they vote in the General Election.
Inspired by his Salvation Army junior soldier class, nine-year-old Levi Overbye swam more than 2kms (80 laps of his local pool!) to raise $360 for Bible Society New Zealand.
A stark reality of being homeless is the need to find somewhere safe and warm to sleep every night.
People start out trying to win the Lotto Jackpot but end up with a far less desirable prize of a gambling problem they can’t control.
Isolated people are finding a newfound self-confidence at The Salvation Army Feilding Community Life Skills Garden
Irene Wallace spent 27 years in the job of helping people get jobs through The Salvation Army’s Education and Employment (E&E, formerly Employment Plus).