Low-income families in one of NZ’s poorest suburbs are facing far higher increases than the reported consumer price index rise.
The Porirua Salvation Army is opposing the renewal of a liquor license for a Cannons Creek bottle store.
The Salvation Army is proving it is still possible to place people in danger of long-term unemployment into work.
Three Salvation Army-funded shower units are about to open to Christchurch’s quake-affected residents.
On Saturday 11 June, Auckland City Corps was packed to bursting with people ready for an evening of music to raise funds for The Salvation Army Canterbury Earthquake Appeal.
The Salvation Army is concerned at the growing availability of un-researched psychoactive drugs in New Zealand.
The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) will begin fundraising tomorrow for a joint Salvation Army and IHG programme that provides holidays for families suffering dire material hardship.
The Salvation Army’s work in Christchurch has intensified following yesterday’s 6.3 and 5.7 magnitude aftershocks.
Leaders of major churches are supporting the launch of a New Zealand Council of a campaign to reduce the gap between rich and the poor.