What the government doesn’t see as a ‘housing crisis’, New Zealand communities do—with Auckland, Napier, Palmerston North, Wellington and Invercargill signing up for 14 Hours Homeless in early October.
‘Put Whanau First’ is the message of NZ’s First Gambling Harm Awareness Week that runs from 5 to 11 Septemberr.
The Salvation Army’s General has appointed the current territorial leaders of the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory, Commissioners Robert and Janine Donaldson, to new appointments at International Headquarters in London.
Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett’s announcement of a flexible fund to support people in severe housing need is welcome.
The Salvation Army is launching its first ever winter appeal as front-line staff prepare for one of their busiest times of the year.
Excited Tongan Salvationists welcomed the first visit of a Salvation Army General to their country, for the Tonga Region’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
Warehouse Stationery customers have donated almost $63,000 to The Salvation Army’s Aspire Programme, enabling more than 60 at risk young people in six communities nationwide to attend a year-long youth development programme.
The Salvation Army is gravely concerned that the depth and breadth of poverty currently in the spotlight is becoming seen as inevitable, normal and permanent.
Charity and business join forces on a mentoring programme to help at-risk Kiwi youth.