Record demand for food aid, budget advice emergency housing and other services is pushing The Salvation Army’s resources to their limits.
A study of problem drinkers’ attitudes adds to the calls for substantial reform of the sale of alcohol laws.
The Salvation Army is concerned about the social cost of the Government’s planned benefit reforms.
The Salvation Army in Hutt City recently opened its doors to seven young at-risk families.
The 2009 Annual Report for the New Zealand Fiji and Tonga Territory is a comprehensive overview of The Salvation Army and its work in our communities.
Forty men and women are now training to become Salvation Army officers in the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory, including six first-year cadets in Fiji.
Fiji welcomed six cadets of the Friends of Christ Session into officer training on Sunday 7 February.
Philanthropists' latest Salvation Army project advances the work of the Army.
Around 30 officers and soldiers work six-hour shifts to support emergency service crews.