New Zealand needs to build a minimum of 2000 social houses a year to fix the situation that has left Kiwi families living in unsanitary, unsafe and unhealthy housing, The Salvation Army says. Seeing Kiwi kids in such conditions has caused the Army to ask: how many social houses are needed to fix this?
The demands of winter have seen thousands of Kiwis who don’t normally need help coming to The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army cautiously welcomed today’s Government announcement of additional social and affordable housing in Auckland.
The Salvation Army is calling on Kiwis to end poverty in New Zealand with its annual Red Shield Appeal.
The Salvation Army commends the Housing Foundation for its research released today, which it says is critical to the dialogue necessary to drive action to address New Zealand’s housing crisis.
New Zealand has gone off track in key social areas and needs government to urgently address failing social policies, The Salvation Army says in its latest State of Nation report.
A new Salvation Army report says changes must be made to how prisoners re-enter society for New Zealanders to feel safe and secure in their homes and communities.
Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett’s announcement of $300 million to support people in severe housing need is very welcome, says The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is celebrating new steps in helping homeless New Zealanders and families battling addiction in Wellington.